The teams




Albania - AL TEAM



Bulgaria - SINEVA Team






Croatia - EduCro21 team






Czech Republic - Smart Heads




Hungary - The Happy Cranks






Kosovo - Technology Team






Latvia - ESL Mythbusters




Lithuania - EduGeeks

Slides from the Lithuanian team






Macedonia - SEEU Team






Montenegro - CALL.ME




Poland - AppsSideDown

Slides of the presentation of the Polish team






Romania - Together Team






Serbia - ReporteRS (ReadeRS)  
Slovakia - The Bridge




Slovenia - Cheshire Cats







For inclusion in this event, all applicant teams had to meet the following criteria:

Teams must consist of  3 members.

At least two team members must be early-to mid-career professional teachers of English or CLIL who have at least a Bacherlor’s degree in teaching, and 5 or more years of English teaching experience, and are currently employed full time.

One team member can be a student in an undergraduate or graduate program, or be an early- to mid-career professional in another discipline.

Teams should preferably consist of both male and female members.

All team members must have at least a C1 level of English language proficiency on the CEFR.

All team members must be both citizens and residents of one of the following countries: Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, Estonia, Hungary, Checz Republic, Kosovo, Latvia, Lithuania, Macedonia, Montenegro, Poland, Romania, Serbia, Slovakia, Slovenia, or Ukraine.

Teams should designate at least one alternate member, in case one of the existing members is unable to participate.

Teams must designate a ‘team captain’, who will act as the sole point of contact on this project.

This project supports inclusion and encourages individuals with disabilities to apply.

Preference will be given to teams where members have not yet been to the U.S.

Ideal Candidate Criteria:

To qualify as a potentially participating team, through their online application and potential interviews team members will have:

- demonstrated true commitment/interest and experience in quality English as a Foreign Language education

- shown commitment and experience in teaching social responsibility / global issues

- proven to be highly experienced in developing, implementing, and evaluating a range of educational products/areas

- sufficient experience in information management systems, including internet, mobile, and online environmentsthat are relevant to such a project

- demonstrated ability to operate effectively in a team

- demonstrated high-level communication and English as a Foreign Language skills (C1 on the CEFR)

- demonstrated excellent project management skills

- proven high level of creativity, flexibility, and problem solving skills

- demonstrated true commitment to and skills in teamwork and the efficient maintenance of a supportive, collaborative work environment