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EASME Facilitates networking  and sharing good

practices between stakeholders in order to improve

the support effectively delivered to women entrepreneurs

and to motivate more women to start their own business
and support the development of their business across


LA CAIXA - Training women in ​India to engage in the

process of becoming successful entrepreneurs

INTERREG SUDOE brings together partners 

from Spain, Portugal, Andorra and France to

improve the competitiveness of SMEs through entrepreneurship, in particular, our consortium

proposes to facilitate the economic exploitation

of new ideas that will  foster the creation of

new enterprises, including through business

incubators. A Community of Practice networks

trainers and administrators to share resources.


RETTE Reversing Emigration Trends

Through Entrepreneurship brings together

a cross-sectoral consortium to address the

emigration crisis brewing in the Southern,

Eastern and Baltic flanks of the European

Union. Five regional hubs are situated

throughout Europe to constitute a knowledge-

sharing alliance for entrepreneurship

education and training, with a Community

​of Practice developed for trainers.

​COMMUNITY OF PRACTICE - a virtual space where instructors,

teachers, administrators and  support staff can be trained, use a model’s

tools, methodologies and resources, make references to literature, case

studies and best practices, and interact with each other on an ongoing

basis. We specialize in devising and maintaining virtual ​communities of

practice for teachers, trainers and mentors.​​​​

Crisalus Partnerships

ALTE - An Complete Ecosystem for Collaborative
Project-Based Learning and Teaching


Reimagine education for 21st Century learning where students can fully develop the "4Cs" of future education - 

critical thinking, collaboration, communication and creativity through deep learning pedagogy, education technology

and a Community of Practice. Developed from over 20 years of research and mirroring the scientific learning 

communities of academia and business, Knowledge Building transforms individual ideas into collective knowledge.

In K-22 education, the Knowledge Forum, an electronic workspace, supports project-based learning around topics to promote 21st Century skills and subject mastery in STEM, the humanities and social studies. 

At Crisalus, our goal is simple:  
Entrepreneurship and Mindset Training

At One

Of Our

Virtual Tables

Connecting People to Learn from Each Other 

We focus on supporting

sustained, technology-enabled 

education programmes and 

activities that connect people

in dialogue. The Crislus team

coordinates with our parent

at Global Skills Network, to

develop virtual exchanges

and other telecollaboration mechanisms such as

communities of practice.

Here are the projects we

are working on for 2019:


Communities of Practice are

virtual spaces where teachers

can meet to share resources,

experiences, discussions and

best practice.that enable them

to learn from each other.

Members build relationships

to engage in joint activities

and collaborations.

Making and Nurturing

global Connections through technology

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People-to-people interactions

promote opportunities for

group participants to express unique perspectives and

points of view. Fostering

an exchange of ideas and

insights often lead to working

together toward collaboration

in fruitful endeavors. 


A Seat

The Knowledge Building

International Project connects classrooms across the globe

through technology and the

use of inquiry-based learning strategies and methodologies.

The Knowledge Forum 

electronic workspace

supports computer-supported

​collaborative learning.



Learning without limits

For Virtual Interactions

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EYENEET Coalesces stakeholders around

the issues of NEETs (Not in Employment,

Education or Training) youth unemployment

and under-employment to bring about solutions

to the root problems through entrepreneurship.

Brought together 13 partners from eight 

countries in the Mediterranean region,

including Spain (leader), Egypt, Greece,

Italy, Jordan, Lebanon, Portugal and Tunisia.