H E L L O   &   W E L C O M E   !
How can teachers support individualised learning in mixed-ability groups? That was the core question of Comenius-2.1 project EU-Mail. EU-MAIL means EUropean Mixed Ability and Individualised Learning. 
Web site of SOCRATES programme / COMENIUS 2.1 action EU-Mail was supported by the European Commission and funded through the Socrates programme / Comenius Action 2.1. The content of this publication is the sole responsibility of its publisher and presents in no way the views of the Commission or its services.
Following is an overview of what you will find on the EU-MAIL web site:
What's new?
If this is not your first visit to our web site, you may wonder about additions or modifications of the site. See them at What's new? ...
About the Project
If this is your first visit to our web site, you may want to know of what the project is about. For a summary of the project, information about the background, objectives and timetable see About the Project ...
Project Partners
13 partners from Finland, Germany, Norway, Sweden and the United Kingdom cooperated within EU-MAIL. Coordinating institution was the Forum for Parents and School from Dortmund, Germany.
EU-MAIL project partners ...
More details about the project partners as well as not directly funded associated partners can be found at Project Partners ...
Schools
Four selected schools from each partner country were visited during the running time of the project. Information about the participating schools can be found at Schools ...
Project Results

Project Results ...

For reports about the school visits, conference results, developed international and national modules for teachers further education as well as information about the final book and published films on dvd, please, have a look at the section Project Results ...

Press & Media
For press and media releases in the context of the project see Press & Media ...
Events
Information about conferences and other project related events can be found at Events ...

Events ...

Resources
Here you can find information about on- and offline resources related to the core topics 'mixed-ability' and 'individualised learning'; see Resources ...
Links
Within our Links section you will find links to institutions and web sites, related to the main topic of our project; see Links ...
Help
In case, you are facing any problems in viewing this web site, we recommend to have a look at our support page Help ...
Imprint
The EU-MAIL project web site is maintained by Forum Eltern und Schule (Forum for Parents and School) from Dortmund, Germany. More detailed information about the publisher, imprint and legal notes can be found at Imprint ...
Intranet
The EU-MAIL intranet is exclusively meant for project partners. Login requires a user name and password. Intranet ...

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The project partners of EU-MAIL

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