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An overview of our different activities 


Expert exchange

Many European countries offer only a few teacher training courses in the land-based sector. Each
European country is shaping this unique form of education, but together we face major challenges in
a sector that is in transition. We need each other to compare what we do and to learn in a
collaborative way. This is why ENTER is a platform to exchange teacher-trainers and extension
workers. Partly funded by Erasmus, partly by partner institutions, sometimes by ENTER.

Collaborative education development

We face common challenges in Europe: transforming the landbased sector in a sustainable way, taking care of the environment, strengthening biodiversity, organizing learning for sustainable development, preparing teachers who can deal with the challenges of cultural diversity. To name a few. This requires practice-based research to new didactics and pedagogy. ENTER is a platform to find partners to apply for substantive European projects (Erasmus), that may contribute to the realization of common goals.

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Seminars and webinars

Knowledge is continuously developed within all partner
institutions, based on research and practical experience. ENTER offers a platform for exchange of
insights, good practices and results. That is why physical study days are organized every two years at
one of the European partner institutions. In between, online meetings take place where a stage is
given to partners who highlight a topic that could be meaningful to international colleagues.


Thematic study courses

Ultimately, all of ENTER's activities are aimed at providing valuable training for students. One of
the activities is to design and create Blended Intensive Programs (BIP) in which students from
several partner institutions work on a common theme. Partly online, partly in physical summer schools.

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Institutional cooperation

In the land-based sector, we train professionals who need to be prepared to function in a global
world. To prepare students and trainers for this, we organize joint training programmes: minors,
modules, joint parts in bachelor- and master programs.

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