April 27th to 29th of 2015
The Royal University Institute of European Studies - Law Faculty CEU




  • To promote quality education and information about the European Union among the youngest, in particular secondary school and high school students
  • To provide quality training on the European Union to teachers of Secondary Education, Vocational Training and Special Education so that they can include them in the teaching-learning process in those subjects that, specifically or transversally, include topics on the European Union and its history, its institutions and its functioning
  • To provide teachers with the best tools and didactic resources about the EU so that they can transmit it in the training process of their students



A methodology based on the organization of interactive and participatory seminars will be followed in all modules and will be given by the following speakers:

  • Amparo Lozano Maneiro, professor of European Law. CEU San Pablo University 
  • María Bellido Barrionuevo, professor of European Law. CEU San Pablo University 
  • Ascensión Gil Martín, European Documentation Centre
  • Francisco Javier Jiménez Leube, Deputy General Director of Professor's Learning 
  • Carmen Román Vaca, Researcher at Royal University Institute for European Studies. CEU San Pablo University 



Teaching staff of the Secondary Education, Vocational Training and Special Education bodies of the public, private subsidised and private centres of the Community of Madrid that are providing direct teaching during the current 2014/15 academic year.



Module 1: The historical process of the European Union 

This module analyses European integration projects, the origins of the European Communities and the stages of the construction process up to the present day

Module 2: EU Documentation: Europe on the Net

The aim of the Module is to identify and access the main documentation and information sources on the European Union available, mainly through the "Europa Portal", as well as to learn about the tools and teaching resources available on the web for teaching the history, institutions and policies of the European Union

Module 3: European programmes for education, training, youth and sport

The main purpose of this module is to explain the functioning of the ERASMUS+ Programme, which aims to promote mobility in Europe for students and teachers to learn, teach, do placements or develop voluntary activities in European countries. It will also analyse other European Union initiatives aimed at creating networks between educational establishments in different Member States

Module 4: The influence of the EU in Spain 

The process of Spain's integration into the European Communities, its political and economic consequences and the rights granted by the EU to Spanish citizens will be analysed

Module 5: How does the EU work?

This module will analyse all the institutions that make up the EU, how they work and the mechanisms through which decisions are taken and their implications for Spain



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