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Production of educational tools

The development of educational materials takes place within the management of CERS or within the various networks to which the CERS belongs.

The CERS manages an interregional programme for the production of cross-border learning materials of the Greater Region (Saarland, Lorraine, Luxemburg, Rhineland-Palatinate, Wallonia and the French and German Communities of Belgium (PIMT), in which educators from 6 different European school systems participate.

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

  • the results of the different "Eurobarometers" published by the European Commission;
  • the works and publications of European think tanks and research;
  • the academic research; and
  • the works of the Council of Europe concerning the teaching of history. It is not an overall narrative approach or a purely national approach of the European integration history, but a multiplicity of interlinked narratives. 


It is possible to download our educational tools from this website. 


You can use them freely in your activities.


  • Cross-border and European class projects arising from the Interregional Programme for the production of educational materials
  • Creation of playful educational tools for European activities or the knowledge transfer of European integration
  • European mobility incentive modules for young people in vocational training
  • Creation of the argument Why learn the neighbour’s language? and study on the added value of bilingualism
  • An innovative approach for European citizenship training workshops by linking up the personal and the family story of the learners to the history of the European construction : REPERES is available in French, English and German.
  • Module I will vote! You can choose! aimed at first-time voters during the European election.
  • Tool Kit : Enlargement of European Union available in French, English, German, Croatian, Bulgarian and Polish.



You can even modify some tools to adapt them to your target audience. Requirement to respect the Creative Commons licences: CC-BY-NC-SA :

  • CC : Free access and dissemination
  • BY : Free access if you quote the author’s name
  • NC : No commercial use (commercial uses are subject to prior authorisation by the CERS)
  • SA : Share Alike (same Creative Commons options as the original work) for derivative works proposed to the audience.