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We are a not-for-profit non-governmental organisation set up in 1992 with logistic support from the Soros Foundation and expertise from the British Council.Until 1995 our name was International House and our efforts were concentrated on offering language coursesIn 1995 we became the International Language Centre and expanded our portfolio by founding the Kindergarten (1995) and the Primary School (1997).In 1998, also as a result of constantly growing services and addressability, we founded t9443

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1. EuroEd: pathway Cezar Vrinceanu & Dragos Zamosteanu EuroEd Foundation LIS Kick-off Meeting 30 November – 3 December 2008, Sofia

7. Chain stories (2006 – 2009)

8. Partner countries: Lithuania, Poland, Romania, Spain and Bulgaria 1. Promote study support activities study support = key tool in a child’s formal curriculum learning 2. Devise a training programme for teachers and trainers of study support with a structure containing imaginative and flexible methodologies: ICT technologies in-built quality assurance mechanisms 3. Motivate teachers and trainers into producing an enriched and more stimulating study support curriculum for their own school. 4. Appreciate the European dimension of culture.  No Child Left Behind (2007 – 2009)

9. TOOL2 Tool for Online and Offline Language Learning (2006– 2009)

10. ALL Autonomous Language Learning (2006 – 2008)

11. Target group: Office staff (A2/ B1) Objective: developing the communication skills ( linguistic + cultural) in four languages: English, Italian, French and Spanish Products: (available on the online platform) 1. Business language courses (2 levels, 4 languages) 2. training package aiming at facilitating personal development 3. business culture modules (9 +1 European cultures) 4. Student motivation module Transfer of Innovation: ELS (European Label in 2005) Experience New module: increasing student motivation Improvement http://www.business-languages.net/ ELSTI European Languages for Secretaries – Transfer of Innovation (2008- 2010)

12. FACE IT! Families and Active Citizenship Education, an Integrated Training (2006 – 2008)

13. Objective: address language, literacy, and numeracy needs of adults with low level skills through their wish to support their children’s development. create the infrastructure for sharing European good practice exchanging expertise sharing information. Activities: Establishment of a European FL Network Identification of new priorities and raise the profile of Family Learning across Europe, by consolidating informal networks, contributing to the basic skills debate, influencing policy makers, disseminating and mainstreaming FL developments. www.efln.eu EFLN European Family Learning Network(2006 -2009)

14. CCN CLIL Cascade Network (2007 - 2010)

15. EAT Eating Abroad Together(2007- 2009)

16. InterAct: European Label 2007 target group: office managers, secretaries, clerks Learning objectives: communication in a foreign language (English + French, Spanish, Dutch, Lithuanian, Bulgarian and/or Romanian) negotiation and team work (including for international cooperation) ICT skills knowledge and awareness of different office practices in other countries   “Office InterActors Developing Basic and Professional Skills for International Office Work through Internet-based Problem-solving Role-play”

17. Grundtvig Learning Partnership: Producing, testing and evaluating teaching material for IT, RU and RO explicitly using music Objectives: to develop innovative ICT-based content, techniques and practice to transfer the methodological approach of the project to strengthen the capacity for teacher training and development; to improve quality and co-operation among organisations involved in adult education to raise cultural awareness to promote integration of migrants LIS (Language and Integration through Singing)

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