On February 24th, we had the pleasure of hosting our first Transnational Project Meeting (TPM1) in Cyprus for our ongoing project. The event marked an important milestone in our collaboration and provided an opportunity for productive discussions and exchange of ideas.

We would like to extend our heartfelt gratitude to our Polish partners for their valuable contributions and active engagement during the meeting. Their insights and expertise have been instrumental in shaping the direction of the project, and we look forward to continuing our fruitful partnership as we work together towards our shared objectives.

As we move forward, we are confident that our collective efforts will yield significant progress in the project, leading to meaningful outcomes and lasting impact.


We are excited to announce our involvement in the Erasmus+ CHOPIN project, which focuses on enhancing digital and language skills in school education. CHOPIN is a small-scale partnership in school education, and our company is collaborating with Swietokrzyskie Centrum Doskonalenia Nauczycieli (Poland) under the KA210-SCH program.

The CHOPIN project has four primary objectives:

  1. Promote professional, personal, and digital skills among school teachers for language learning. The project integrates digitally-supported teaching and learning, encouraging the use of new technologies to make language learning more appealing.
  2. Incorporate modern Virtual Reality (VR) in teacher training. This innovative approach enriches language learning by providing teachers with experience in using VR and CLIL (Content and Language Integrated Learning) to improve the quality of their training.
  3. Develop students’ Lower Order Thinking Skills (LOTS) into Higher Order Thinking Skills (HOTS).
  4. Ensure the sustainability of project results by raising sustainable interest in the project results, even after the project has finished, through sharing and promotion.

The CHOPIN project addresses digital transformation through the development of digital readiness, resilience, and capacity. It also promotes a comprehensive approach to language teaching and learning, focusing on awareness about the European Union, digital skills and competences, and the teaching and learning of foreign languages.

The CHOPIN training model’s qualification concept uses structured matrices of learning outcomes to ensure a comprehensive and effective learning experience. It integrates the CLIL 4 Cs (Content, Communication, Cognition, and Culture) and leverages Virtual Reality for bilingual learning. The matrices cover key areas and are designed to progressively build knowledge and skills. They are specific, measurable, attainable, relevant, and time-bound (SMART), helping participants track their progress. The concept promotes a holistic approach, fostering deep understanding and transferable skills for real-world application.

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The challenges faced by bilingual educators in accessing adequate resources for bilingual content aligned with the core curriculum highlight the need for innovative solutions. Virtual reality (VR) emerges as a powerful tool to engage students and enhance their understanding and retention of subject matter. The CHOPIN project for Teacher Training aims to improve language teaching through the implementation of Content and Language Integrated Learning (CLIL) with VR elements. The project focuses on developing teachers’ professional, personal, and digital skills in language learning and the use of VR. As studies indicate the growing potential of VR in education, including bilingual education, it becomes evident that integrating VR and other technological advancements can significantly impact the effectiveness of educational experiences.