Teaching is a great way to keep learning

Matthea Harvey


I. All over Europe, institutions, parents, and students express a growing need for school support, tutoring, and study help. As a result, tutoring in its various forms (one-to-one or small-group tutoring, during the formal school day or outside school hours) is now solidly implemented in the education panorama, creating numerous working and learning opportunities. However, tutors may have come into the educational field through alternative pathways, and thus may have received little to no pedagogical training and require continuous professional development. 

II. The Mooc4Tutors project aims to create better opportunities in education and increase the quality of tutoring and education freelancing in Europe. In particular, the project will allow tutors to gain new pedagogical competencies, enhance their professional practice, and expand their skills and knowledge about innovative and inclusive approaches to teaching and learning 

III. The project will provide an online course for tutors to further expand their pedagogical knowledge and will also provide support material to help them navigate education freelancing and enhance their professional practice. 


Tutoring in Europe Booklet which will list the needs and requirements of tutors in Europe, cover the legal framework, and provide a literature and research review.  

Open Online Course (MOOC) consisting of 6 independent modules: tutoring profession, being an education freelancer, learning-to-learn, supporting all learners, and digital tools and approach.  

Learner-centered syllabus accompanying the course. It will contain all the essential information about the course. 

Support material and ready-to-use tools for tutors’ practice (factsheets, adaptation checklist, model session plans and worksheets, toolkits). 


SCS LogoPsyCom

(Belgium, Mons)


BB Europass Berlin Beratungsbüro GmbH

(Germany, Berlin) 

LAUREA University of Applied Sciences

(Finland, Vantaa) 

Euphoria Net Srl

(Italy, Rome) 

Kauno švietimo inovacijų centras

(Lithuania, Kaunas)

Funded by the European Union. Views and opinions expressed are however those of the author(s) only and do not necessarily reflect those of the European Union or the European Education and Culture Executive Agency (EACEA). Neither the European Union nor EACEA can be held responsible for them.  

(Project code: 2022-2-BE01-KA220-VET-000097289) 

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