Erasmus+ is the EU’s programme to support education, youth and sport in Europe. The 2021-2027 programme places a strong focus on social inclusion, the green and digital transitions, and promoting young people’s participation in democratic life.

New projects 2023-2027: Erasmus + Accreditation

Erasmus accreditation is a tool for education and training organisations that want to open up to cross-border exchange and cooperation.

Metis is proud to have received accreditation 2023-2027 and we will start the first international project August 2023.

Accreditation Erasmus +

First project (2023-2024): 


The first event took place at our partner school in Lisbon, Portugal 23-24 September 2023.

Two teachers from each partner school participated: from Metis, Rune Mo-Bjørkelund and Anbjørg Igland.

The purpose for the meeting, was to prepare student mobilities and job shadowing (teacher mobilities).

Four secondary schools from four different countries collaborate in the Erasmus+ Accreditation project.

1. Greve Gymnas, Copenhagen, Denmark:

2. Het Schoter, Haarlem, Netherlands:

3. Escola Secundária de Cacilhas-Tejo, Lisbon, Portugal:

4. Metis vgs Bergen, Norway:


Title of the collaboration project: The Powerful and the Powerless


1. Religion and belief systems (Denmark)

2. Colonization and decolonization (Holland)

3. Sexuality and gender (Norway)

4. Ethnicity and culture (Portugal)

Student mobilities: Two classes from Metis will participate in the project: 1sta and 1idra, as part of their English lessons.


Dates and host nations for student mobilities:

29/9-4/10 2023: Denmark

11/3-15/3 2024: Portugal – 15 students from 1idra will participate.

20/5-24/5 2024: Netherlands – 15 students from 1sta will participate.

23/9-27/9 2024: Norway – Metis will receive students from our partner schools.

Dates for job shadowing are not ready yet. However, we plan for 4 or 6 Metis-teachers to job shadow colleagues at the partner schools. Metis will receive teachers for job shadowing too.

This is an overview of the upcoming Erasmus+ projects’ events

Previous Eramus+ projects

Erasmus + Strategic partnership

The EU Erasmus+ Strategic partnership programme is facilitated by DIKU, the national office in Norway.

The transnational projects are designed to develop and share innovative practices and promote cooperation, peer learning, and exchanges of experiences in all fields and level of education.

This is an overview of the three Erasmus+ projects’ events for 2021-2023.

Erasmus+ 2021 European Innovative Teaching Award

Metis has won the “2021 European Innovative Teaching Award ” for the Moltam-project (2017-2020). The public disclosure of the laureates was 16 September 2021 during a launch event hosted by the European Commissioner for Innovation, Research, Culture, Education and Youth. The awarded projects will be presented at a European award ceremony 20 October 2021 and at an accompanying networking and community-building event the day after, on 21 October 2021. We have made a video to be used at the events in Brussels and to be used in Norway as inspiration for other Erasmus+ projects.

Read more about Moltam.

Metis has been given Erasmus+ grants for three projects 2020-2023

ELMO – “Environmental Learning Through Mobile Devices” (Metis Vgs, NO, coordinator of the project)

Citizens InquiryYoung Citizens for Change – developing Environmental Activism in Young People through creative Citizen Inquiry (University of Hull, UK, coordinator of the project)

P.O.L.I.S – “Promoting Citizenship and building Inclusive Societies” (Santa Rosa da Viterbo, ITA, coordinator of the procjet)

ELMO – Environmental Learning Through Mobile Devices

“Environmental Learning Through Mobile Devices” (ELMO) will be led by Metis. We have partners from schools in Greece, Italy and Spain. The education platform ItsLearning will join us as an associated partner. This project is based on teacher collaboration, where we will use our students as case studies.

Learn more about the project here.

Joint conference Elmo & Citizens Inquiry in Bergen 24/4-28/4 2023

Metis hosted the final Learning, Teaching and Training (LTT) event for the two Erasmus+ projects Elmo and Citizens Inquiry at Media City in Bergen. As part of the LTT, we arranged a dissemination workshop and the entire teaching staff at Metis attended. The workshop explored the history of the two projects and some practical examples of Case Studies (student activities) the partners have worked on. The presentation aligned with three EU horizontal goals:

1) Environmental and climate goals

2) Innovative practices in a digital era

3) Common values, civic engagement and participation

The workshop started with Dr Kevin Burden´s lecture on mobile learning and the iPac-model, before the partner institutions presented their multimodal Case Studies about environmental issues and suitable digital applications.

The following Prezi presentation is a summary of the Metis partners´ case studies. Find it here.

The purpose of the workshop was to encourage participants to apply the principles of Elmo and Citizens Inquiry to an area within their own teaching/education practice.

Curipod student debate:

As part of the Elmo project Metis organized an online transnational student debate on environmental issues, using the application Curipod, in which the students shared their thoughts about local environmental problems in their respective countries.

See the Curipod debate HERE:

Please see more information about the two Erasmus+ projects here:



Teacher Mobility Elmo: Learning, Teaching and Training event in Imperia, Italy 3-7 October 2022

Participants from Metis: Bård Inge, Andreas, Ann Kristin and Anbjørg

Day 1

We were welcomed by the principal of our host school in Imperia, Liceo Statale G.P. Vieusseux.

Thereafter a workshop on mobile learning:

Dr Kevin Burden, University of Hull, who is an expert on mobile learning,  explained how mobile learning came about. When the iPhone and the iPad was introduced, it allowed you to do most things you do on a computer, and yet you could move about without being restricted to time and space (for example the classroom).

We use the  iPac-framework to evaluate three important aspects with usin mobile devices for learning:

  • Personalisation: customisation and agency
  • Authenticity: context and task
  • Collaboration: conversation and cocreation: focus on dialogical process

Finaly that day a guided tour in the historic part of Imperia, by Davide, our host and the school´s coordinator for international projects and partner in the Elmo-project.

 Day 2

Case Study 3 and iPac assessment

  • Anbjørg presented her Case Study 3 Description, student activity Plastic Ocean, ebook (using Book Creator). Kevin made use of it to demonstrate iPac-assessment and the iPac teacher task survey.
  • Bård Inge demonstrated Curipod. A good example of an interactive activity – the idea is to use it for the online student debate/discussion on sustainability later on.
  • Kevin Burden lectured about innovative mobile learning activities.

Day 3

Two well prepared students from the Italian school lectured us about how to structure a debate and judging a debate. Davide has shared their presentation in the ItsLearning folder. This excellent debate method will be useful for the partners when they plan debate activities with their students.

Thereafter, we shared our Case Study 3 presentation videos. Here you can see Metis‘ contribution:

Day 4

Excursion to Genoa:

Guided tour of Genoa, by Davide, our Italian hosts Davide and Emanuela

Teacher Mobility: Joint transnational meeting Elmo and Citizens Inquiry in Valencia, Spain 04.04-09.04 2022

Erasmus+ combined two projects Elmo and Citizens Inquiry in a joint transnational meeting in Valencia, Spain 4-9 April 2022.

The Citizens Inquiry project is led by the University of Hull (England) and have partners from Germany, Spain and Metis from Norway, whereas the Elmo project is led by Metis and have partners from Greece, Italy and Spain. Metis along with the partner school from Valencia participate in both projects.

The two projects include different elements but share a common topic Climate and Sustainability. Both projects have focus on student activities, using mobile learning tools and various applications.

The purpose of the joint event in Valencia was to share the Case Studies (student activities) we have worked on with our respective students and discuss the theoretical framework for our Case studies, the so called iPac-model developed by Dr Kevin Burden (the University of Hull).

Read more here:

The Metis team shared the activity their students from the English and Spanish elective courses have worked on, a tourist trail in Bergen with focus on sustainability, using the application Actionbound. See more about Actionbound here:

The Metis-presentation of Actionbound, inspired the Spanish team to arrange a historic tour for us round Valencia, using Actionbound.

Teacher Mobility: Transnational meeting Bremerhaven, Germany 22-23 September 2022

Participants from Metis: William, Andreas and Anbjørg

Day 1

Welcome to Johann-Gutenberg-Schule by Heiko, who is the international coordinator at the school and participant of the Citizens Inquiry-project.

Presentation student work: How vital is the German “Moor” for the environment?

Planning ahead:

Student mobility in Valencia (25-27 October 2022)

Student mobility in Bremerhaven (6-9 February 2023)

Multiplier event in Bremerhaven (10. February)

Learing, Teaching and Training (LTT) event in Bergen (24-26 April 2023)

Day 2

Walk in the city/guided by students

Visit of exhibition/guided tour of the Klimahaus, where we learned about climate and environmental problems worldwide.

Student Mobility: Valencia, Spain 23/10-28/10 2022 (CI)

Host school: Colegio Santa Maria Marianistas

Participants from Metis: four students from Salg, service og reiseliv (Business), Stephanie, Aurora, Erik, Elias, Karoline together with two teachers Andreas Fosso Dale & Nina Kristiansen.


The Metis students worked on the following topic: Mobile learning through visualizing projects and navigating in JigSpace.

In Valencia the students from Hull, Bremerhaven, Valencia and Bergen presented their project. The Metis students talked about the beach clean-up they had attended as a school project in Bergen and showed the beach location and findings using JigSpace. Not as interactive as intended, as the other participants did not have access to mobile phones or tablets, which would have enabled them to view the 3D images on their own device, and thus participate.

Besides the presentations, the students took part in Kahoot activities and discussions about climate issues in new mixed-nationality groups.

There was also time for cultural activities:

1. Guided tour in the old town of Valencia using the app Actionbound. The students and teachers walked together with participants from Valencia serving as guides.

2. Walk along Alboraya coastal pathway to beach (Port Saplaya) for some dodgeball and other ballgames as well as wading in the water.

To sum up, it was an enjoyable and educational experience. Nice to meet students from other nations. World climate issues have become more “visible” through the people and friendships we now have; we have made new international connections and the teens have made groups on social media.

Student Mobility: Athens, Greece 27/11–2/12 2022 (C6)

Host school: 4ο EPAL ATHINA

Participants from Metis: four students from Salg, service og reiseliv (Business), Stephanie, Helene, Maximilian, Jonathan and two teachers: Cathrine Olsen, Katrine Ness

Collaboration topic: Promoting citizenship educatiOn at school to build Inclusive Societies.

Each partner school, worked on different sup-topics and prepared a presentation to be shared in Athens.

The Business students from Metis worked the following subtopic:

“Young people have been turning away from established forms of democratic participation. Why is this happening?”

After working on the topic in class, the students prepared the presentation to be shared in Athens: an interactive task where they used the application Curipod and included history, statistics etc.

The weather in Athens was bad, it was raining worse than in Bergen – and we Norwegians got all the blame for the bad weather since it never rains in Athens.

Despite the bad weather, there was time for cultural activities:

1. Everyone went by bus to visit the SOUNIO Archaeological Site

2. Guided Tour To ACROPOLIS and ANCIENT AGORA – it was wonderful! And finally the sun was shining!

3. Lunch in the historic area Monastiraki Plaka and the Greek students took the students to the popular flee marked in Monastiraki.

4. Dinner at “MONOPATI” with live music program. Good food, lovely company, dancing and a lot of fun for everyone.

5. As a souvenir to bring home, the host school arranged an Art workshop where everyone got portraited by art-students.

It was a great trip, well organized by the Greek host school. The Metis students loved it as well as their teachers. Athens is a wonderful city; spectacular history and lots of things to see and do. New friendships were made and hopefully this transnational experience will inspire to further work across countries.

POLIS “Promoting Citizenship and building Inclusive Societies”

Student Mobility: Viterbo, Italy 28.03-31.03.23 (C7) (P.O.L.I.S)

Host school: Santa Rosa da Viterbo, Italy.

Cooperation schools from Greece, Italy, Malta, Lithuania, Turkey and Norway.


Students from Metis were Nora Herland, Amanda Bjærum, Agate Ødven and and Emeli Eikeseth. In addition, their mentors Sara Berge Økland and Sten Are Edvardsen participated.

Collaboration theme: How to create inclusive communities in schools?

We spent five days in the Italian city of Viterbo. Viterbo is about 10 miles north of Rome. For several periods, Viterbo was the residence of the Pope, including when threats such as plague and conflict have ravaged the country. Viterbo is one of the very few Italian cities still

surrounded by city walls. Today, Viterbo is a tranquil, safe and perhaps romantic place where tourism does not allow itself to dominate.

On the first day of activities, we were warmly welcomed by the host school. The students learned Italian songs which they performed for each other. This was extra nice as we visited a music school. All of the students at the music course in Italy could play at least two instruments. We then had lunch together at a local restaurant and were given a guided tour of Viterbo.

The next day we went on a day trip to Rome. We went via St. Peter’s Basilica and visited the Vatican City. On this day, the Pope was outdoors to meet crowds and bless newlyweds. We then went on in the direction of the Trevi Fountain and the Pantheon. The tour ended in the area at the ancient excavations. The students then had free time and the Metis students visited the Colosseum and had lunch. We then went shopping and ended our Rome tour at the Spanish Steps, before traveling by train back to Viterbo.

During the trip, we also visited Villa Lante in Bagnaia. This is a lovely garden from the 16th century built for, among other things, recreation and hunting. In recent times, Villa Lante is often used as film set, e.g. the Netflix series The Young Pope.

For each student mobility in this P.O.L.I.S. project, the students have come up with three rules or main points that call for action for a better Europe. On the last day, our students voted on which rules were the best.

The students from Metis spent a lot of time together with the students from the other countries and we all left with a positive impression, new acquaintances and memories that will last.

Student mobility Bremerhaven, Germany 07.02-09.02 2023



Participants from Metis: Four students from Entrepreneurship vg2: Helene Haugland Nesbø, Pernille Molvik, Christina Konow Hopperstad and Nora Elise Sundvor Bakr and two teachers Bård Inge Heggholmen and Martin Linneke.

The project is coordinated by the University of Hull, UK and includes schools from Valencia, Bremerhaven, a youth club Child Dynamix from Hull and Metis from Bergen.

Each partner institution worked on different topics about Mobile learning and environmental awareness and prepared a presentation to be shared in Bremerhaven.

The host school in Bremerhaven had organised a three-day full programme: student presentations from the different partner institutions, social activities like ice skating, guided tour of the town by students from the host school and a very interesting Science workshops with focus on environmental challenges at Hochschule Bremerhaven.

To sum up, an enjoyable and interesting time, in meeting with young people and teachers from different countries.


Student Mobility: Alytus, Lithuania 06.03-09:03 2023 (C3) (P.O.L.I.S)

Host school: Putinu Gimnazija


Participants from Metis: Four students from Media & Communication vg3,

Elise Andersen, Kaisa Mosevoll, Constanse Wessel and Therese Oestgaard and two teachers Rolf Næss and Sigbjørn Vågeness.

Collaboration topic: Digital citizenship and critical thinking, ability to understand and defend oneself against fake news online.

Each partner school, worked on different sup-topics and prepared a presentation to be shared in Alytus.

Day 1, Welcome concert at the host school. Students from Putinu Gimnazija performed traditional songs and dances. After the concert, it was time for student mobility presentations. Malta started with their presentation about “Cyber bullying”, before Lithuania talked about “Cyber security”. The day ended with a party at the host school. A big group of musicians played traditional folk music Tarskutis, and all the student and teachers were invited to the dance floor. Thereafter dinner time, the parents of the Lithuanian students had prepared all sorts of Lithuanian dishes.

Day 2, the Metis students got to present their topic “Critical thinking”. After the presentation they invited the other students to participate in a workshop connected to their topic. Italy was

the last country to present their topic “How to recognize and defend oneself against fake news online”. The day ended with a visit to a museum about ethnography, the Alytus Municipality, the Statue of Freedom and had a nice walk to the White Rose Bridge.

Day 3, Excursion to Vilnius, an hour drive from Akytus. On the way they stopped by the historic Trakai castle and in Vilnius they got to see the whole city in panorama view from Gediminas´ Tower, before visiting the Money Museum. The students then participated in a photo-safari.

Day 4, Lecture by security expert Tomas Ceponis. He talked about all the different threats we face every day from visible and invisible enemies, before he mixed the groups of students and let them try to analyze the use of social media in relations to the project´s main topic.

Both students and teachers had a wonderful time in Alytus, Lithuania. They were very impressed by the program and activities that were organized by the Lithuanian host school. They learned a lot about Lithuanian history and traditions. The Metis students loved that the other countries stayed at the same hotel as them; they could get to know each other even better and socialize more.

Everybody was very happy with their stay in Alytus, Lithuania.

Student mobility to Malta 16/10-22/10 2022 (C2)

Host school: St Benedict College Secondary school

Participants from Metis: Sunniva, Celine, Karoline, Daniel and two teachers Eva Hadler Borge, Silje Rykkje and the principal Kjartan Navarsete

Collaboration topic: Inclusion and diversity, human rights

Each partner school, worked on different sup-topics and prepared a presentation to be shared in Malta.

The students from Metis worked on the following topic: Comment on stereotypes, prejudices, discrimination


Even if Norway is among the countries that protect human rights the most, the UN believes that human rights violations are being committed in Norway as well in various areas. The Metis students worked on the topic «Identity and Human Rights» and made a digital poster/ e-book to be shared in Malta.


The host school arranged several culture activities for the partner schools:


1. Guided tour in Medina

2. A hiking day to Gnejna Bay and lunch at the beach

3. Guided tour in the capital Valletta and a visit to YMCA, an organization that helps young homeless people in Malta.

4. Morning trip to the Blue Grotto


The host school also arranged a lecture from The Human Rights Directorate in Malta.


It was a well-organized and educational week. We got to see a lot of Malta. The students worked well together and learned from each other and the visit from The Human Rights Directorate was particularly good.

C2 – Inclusion and diversity, human rights

As one of the Metis-partners in the Polis-project, we have worked on Human Rights. Norway has a strong human rights record. Still there are Norwegian citizens who feel that their needs are not sufficiently met. Our 1sta-students (2020-2021) have researched these people´s experience and created ebooks about the findings. An example of such an ebook can be viewed here.

Student mobility to Istanbul, Turkey 2/10-7/10 2022 (C5)


Participants from Metis: four students from Salg, service og reiseliv (Business), Alessandra, Nora, Martin and Noah; their teachers Roger Dennis Penã, Nina Mughal Kristiansen and Metis marketing manager Elise Sannes.

Collaboration topic: Promoting peace, respect and tolerance in inclusive societies.

Each partner school, worked on different sup-topics and prepared a presentation to be shared in Istanbul.

The students from Metis worked on the following topic: Multicultural diversity. They created a 10-minute-long film where they presented Bergen as a multicultural city, as well as a Kahoot about multiculturalism in Bergen, for the others to partake in.

As for the first day, the host school arranged a full day at school with Istanbul gifts to all participants, as well as presentations by each team and a multitude of cultural experiences; home-cooked traditional Turkish food, Turkish music and dance.

Besides activities at the host school, the visitors were offered a rich program with cultural activities in the historic city of Istanbul:

1. Guided tour to a water treatment facility outside Istanbul

2. Boat to the European side of the city and walk through the old town and Sultan palace:

a. Guided tour through the palace gardens, the palace and the Blue Mosque

b. Free time to explore Hagia Sophia and surrounding areas.

c. Some Metis students tried the local Hammam.

To sum up, a very enjoyable week, filled with new cultural experiences: smells, tastes, sights, traditions, music and dance.

Quality time with the other students was catered for, by staying together in the same hotel. Very enjoyable!

Student mobility event at Metis in Bergen 10th-13th May 2022

The Polis-project includes six student mobilities, in which four students and two teachers from each of the partner schools visit each other and share their work on the various learning units.Due to the Covid-pandemic the mobilities have been postponed a year and Metis vgs, Bergen became the partner school to host the first student mobility event.


The event started off at Media City Bergen: with Welcome by Monica as programme director, Kjartan as Headmaster and Anbjørg coordinator of Erasmus +, before a crash course in Norwegian lead by six Metis students from Vg1 MK (first year students of media and communication).

Learning units:

Following the Welcome and crash course in Norwegian, each partner school gave a presentation on their work on the C4 learning unit Sustainable citizenship and respect for the environment:


  • Clean and affordable energy – Greece
  • Sustainable tourism – Norway by Business students from Metis
  • Life on land – Malta
  • Global warming – Italy
  • Climate action – Turkey
  • Good health and well-being – Lithuania



The visiting students were sent on a guided tour of Bergen using Actionbound. The Actionbound was created by Metis-students from the elective course English.Stands/exhibitions at Metis school representing each partner school were also part of the programme. The weather was not at its best, still we arranged a successful hike to the nearby mountain Fløyen with a barbeque and kayak activities at Skomakerdiket.

“Promoting Citizenship and building Inclusive Societies”(POLIS) will be led by a school in Italia and Metis will be a partner along with four other schools from Greece, Malta, Turkey and Lithuania. This project involves student mobility (four students and two teachers). The idea is that each partner school travel five times, each time with a new group of students and teachers.

The project includes the following six topics:

  1. Inclusion and diversity, human rights – lead by Malta
  2. Digital citizenship and critical thinking, ability to understand and defend against fake news online – lead by Lithuania
  3. Sustainable citizenship and respect for the environment – lead by Norway (Metis)
  4. Promotion of peace, tolerance and respect – lead by Turkey
  5. Importance of youth representation in decision-making processes and stakeholders – lead by Greece
  6. Shared rules within the school to enhance the school environment – lead by Italy

Polis C1 joint staff meeting 25/10-29/10 2021 at the Italian partner school Santa Rosa in Viterbo, a beautiful medieval town north of Roma.


Italy (host nation): Chiara and Stephania (Polis coordinators); the principal and several teachers

Norway: Anbjørg and Monica

Greece: Georgia and Anastasios


Turkey: Urfet

Lithuania: Danute and Rosita

Malta: did not participate

Day 1 – A guided tour of the school

Culture Activities: Guided tour round the medieval town Viterbo.

Guided tour round the neighboring medieval town of Bagnoregio Civita.

Final day:

Fantastic classical music concert by the Santa Rosa´s music students. Speeches by the Santa Rosa´s principal and the coordinators of the Polis-project Chiara and Stephania.

Metis-team having Polis-meeting 23rd March.

Previous Erasmus+ projects!


¨Mobile Learning Technology and Assessment Methods¨ (MOLTAM)


The Moltam-project is led by Metis and includes the following partners:


Metis videregående Bergen. Amanda Naylor (partner), Monica Amundsen (partner), Anbjørg Igland (coordinator) og Johs Totland (finance)

  1. Wildermuth-Gymnasium, Tübingen
  2. Colegio Santa Maria Marianistas, Valencia


This project builds on a previous Erasmus + project, the MTTEP-project, in which Metis was one of many partners from schools and universities in England, Norway, Australia, the Netherlands and Germany.

What is the project about?

The main idé of this new project is usage of mobile learning technology with focus on assessment methods – thereby the name MOLTAM (Mobile Learning Technology and Assessment Methods).

The continuing development of new technology in education creates a need for teacher to be updated on how to make use of it. For example, learn how to use different applications and mobile devices, such as mobile phones, iPads, etc. These devices also allow teaching and learning to take place anywhere outside the classroom – thereby the name Mobile Learning.

This project aims to strengthen digital competence among students and teachers and give teachers professional autonomy when it comes to mobile learning technology and assessment methods. Both teachers and students will make use of I-pads and different apps to create e-books and different kinds of formative assessment methods. So far the students from the elective courses English, Chemistry, Physics and Psychology take part in the project. The project lasts for three years and the idea is to make internationalisation an integral part of the school´s institutional strategy. We will organize transnational collaborative activities between the partner schools and arrange workshops for in-service teachers. Metis will arrange one workshop in spring 2019 and one in spring 2020, in which we aim to involve the entire teaching staff. The Erasmus+ project will strengthen the digital competence at Metis and further, strengthen the school´s strategic internationalization approach.


Moltam Digital partner meeting Bergen 19th June 2020

Due to the Coronavirus, the planned final LTT (Learning Teaching Training) in Bergen April 2020 was cancelled. As an alternative for the partners in the project we organized a digital LTT using Teams as the communication platform. We created a Padlet-presentation where we posted the mobile learning case studies (student activities linked to the iPac model, the fundamental framework for the project) we have worked on since the Transnational Meeting in Valencia November 2019.

Our international partners were not able to come to Bergen as planned and we missed out of the four days with different activities we had planned, such as the in-service training workshop for the staff at Metis. However, as an alternative, the digital one-day session 20/6 worked out fine as the final summit of the three-year long Moltam project.

You can see the project here.

Monica Amundsen, Anbjørg Igland og William Peter Hocking.

Ann Kristin Skeide and on the screen Amanda, Pedro, Monica and William. 

Launching of the book that has been an MTTEP-project collaboration.

Monica Amundsen, Ann Kristin Skeide and William Peter Hocking.

Moltam Transnational Partner Meeting Valencia 4th-6th November 2019 

i-Pac and formative assessment workshop by Dr Kevin Burden, University of Hull. The i-Pac framework is based on the MTTEP-project (, Metis participated in 2014-2017. In the Moltam project we try to combine the model with formative assessment. Visit the Moltam website:

The teacher crew from Metis visiting Valencia November 2018. From the left: Monica Amundsen, Anbjørg Igland and William Peter Hocking.

School visit at Collegio Santa Maria, Valencia: observing students´usage of digital learning methods.

MOLTAM parteners´ Valencia summit November 2018: partner meetings, school visit and mobile learning technology workshops for Spanish teachers.

Moltam-seminar in Bergen 13th-16th May 2019

LTT (Learning Teaching & Training) – seminar in Bergen 13-16 May 2019. The partners from Spain, Germany and the UK, visited Metis Upper Secondary School in Bergen this time.

LTT partner-meeting at Metis Upper Secondary School, Bergen.

Visit at ItsLearning’s main office (A Norwegian company providing a teaching and learning platform for a big international market)

Visit at Media City Bergen (a cluster of Norwegian media companies)

I-PAC Workshop at Metis 3rd May 2019

A couple of weeks before the Moltam LTT Bergen (13-16 May), prof. Kevin Burden from the University of Hull visited Metis. He is an expert on MobileLearning theory and the i-PAC pedagogical framework. The iPAC survey tool enables teachers and students to measure their use of mobile learning. Read more here:

Except from the Moltam group at Metis (Anbjørg, Monica, William, Kugarajh and Ann Kristin), a group from the university college in Bergen, Høgskulen på Vestlandet, were invited. We collaborated with them in the previous Erasmus+ pluss project MTTEP, led by prof Kevin Burden, the University of Hull.

Except from the Moltam group at Metis (Anbjørg, Monica, William, Kugarajh and Ann Kristin), a group from the university college in Bergen, Høgskulen på Vestlandet, were invited. We collaborated with them in the previous Erasmus+ pluss project MTTEP, led by prof Kevin Burden, the University of Hull. 

Workshop for the teaching staff at Metis

The partners present how they have been working with various Mobile Learning technology in their classrooms. Additionally Chemistry, Physics and English students from Metis demonstrate how they have used mobile learning technology to create e-books etc.

William (one of the Metis partners) presents the results of a teacher survey about the usage of mobile learning technology carried out among all the partners.

Chemistry and Physics students demonstrate how they have used different apps, such as I-Movie, Explain Everything and Book Creator in their learning.

English Social Studies students demonstrate how they have used different apps, such as I-Movie, Explain Everything, different avatars and Book Creator to create e-books about Brexit.

Hands-on activities, in which the Metis staff try various mobile learning devices. Here they test the online version of Book Creator.

The partners on a hike to Ulriken. 

The partners stayed an extra day in Bergen to celebrate our National Day 17th May together with the Metis partners.

Moltam Learning Teaching and Training (LTT) in Tübingen, Germany 2018. 

First Transnational meeting – Tübingen, Baden-Württemberg, Germany October 2017

LTT- Activity (Learning Teaching & Training Activity), Tübingen, Germany Feb 2018.


¨Mobilising and Transforming Teacher Education Pedagogies¨(MTTEP)

The MTTEP project was the first Erasmus+ project Metis participated in.

Learn more about it here: MTTEP (2014-2017)

Read more about our contribution in the MTTEP project in the monthly magazine published by SIU (the National Centre for projects funded by EU)* and in Lektorbladet (Norwegian Lecturer Union magazine).

Find more information about Metis´ contribution in the project here.

New Apps give better learning

– Creating E-books is a great way to learn. It becomes your personal work and gives you ownership to the material, says Eirin Edinsen (t.r.), together with Marie Dahl (t.l.) and Martine Augestad. (All photos: Runo Isaksen / SIU)

Students from International English – workshop by Dr. Amanda Naylor from the University of York.

Students in Psychology using iPads to create e-books.