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Teaching Europe

The development of pedagogical materials takes place within the management or within the various networks to which the CERS belongs. The Centre runs an interregional program for the production of cross-border teaching materials in the Greater Region of Saar-Lor-Lux-Rhineland-Palatinate-Wallonia-French-German-speaking Community of Belgium (PIMT), which involves educators from six European school systems.


For the design of its teaching tools and information materials, the Robert Schuman European Center is directly supported by:

  • the results of various "Eurobarometers" published by the European Commission;
  • the works and publications of various European think tanks and research centres; as well as
  • university research; and
  • the scientific approach resulting from the work of the Council of Europe in the teaching of history: departing from the purely national perspective of the history of European integration in favour of a multiplicity of intertwined narratives.


The educational tools are downlable from this website.


You can use them freely in your activities.

  • An innovative approach to European citizenship education based on the perspective of the family and personal history of the learner within the history of European construction: REPERES is available in French, English and German
  • I will vote! The choice is yours! module meant for first-time voters during the European elections
  • The Pedagocial Suitcase: enlargement of the European Union available in French, English, German, Croatian, Bulgarian and Polish


These publications are not binding the Robert Schuman European Centre; it is not responsible for the use that could be made of the information contained therein.



You can even modify some supports to adapt them to your target public by respecting Creative Commons licenses: CC-BY-NC-SA:

  • CC: license for free use and dissemination
  • BY: the work may be freely used, provided that it is attributed to the author by mentioning his/her name
  • NC: no commercial use (commercial uses are subject to prior authorization by the CERS)
  • SA: share initial conditions identically (under the same Creative Commons options as the original work) for so-called derivative works offered to the public


You will find some interesting additions in the online review Études européennes (www.etudes-europeennes.eu).