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The inGenious competition
 

The inGenious competition calls for all teachers in Europe to help their pupils better see the link between their passions, the set of skills which make them possible, and the education paths leading to those skills. 

The inGenious competition is open to all teachers (primary and secondary school level) from 30 countries (28 EU member states, Israel and Turkey). Teachers can submit their entry in one of the inGenious languages (DA, DE, EN, ES, FR, IT, NL, PT, SE). Applications are open until 28 February 2014. Then 30 finalists will be invited to attend the inGenious European Award Ceremony in Brussels, Belgium, in 2014.

Go to the competition page

 

The Expert

 

Michela Saputi works as Outreach coordinator at European Schoolnet and is part of the inGenious communications team. Her work experience includes 5 years in the broadcasting industry, as consultant to Corporate and marketing communications at Sky, the leading pay TV broadcaster in Italy, and then as responsible for media relations in Italy of National Geographic Channels International.

After taking the international Master's in Public Management, where she specialised in Public-private Partnerships, she worked as Communications and Policy Officer at the Lombardy Regional Government's Institute for Research, focusing on education and employment policies.

She joined European Schoolnet on November 2011, contributing to the organisation of the campaign European e-Skills Week 2012, an initiative of the European Commission to foster digital skills among European citizens and youngsters in particular, before joining the inGenious team.

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