Founded in 1988, ETEN is short for the European Teacher Education
Network. The organization only accepts applications for membership on a school/institution basis, through the network of
applications, after the approval of the school sent representatives to make oral reports, through the General Assembly members to audit and approve to become members.
At present, member schools all over the world, there are more than 60 member schools, distributed in more than 20 countries,
Currently Chaoyang is Taiwan's only ETEN member school.
ETEN member schools are located in more than 20 countries:
Azerbaijan Austria Belgium Canada Czech Republic Republic England Denmark FinlandFrance Germany Lithuania
Netherlands Norway Portugal Spain Sweden
Switzerland Taiwan (R.O.C.) Turkey U.S.A.
Official website: https://www.etenonline.org/
I, ETEN Vision - Vision
Provides teachers' teaching knowledge and specialization through the exchange of member schools from all countries;
ETEN Mission - Purpose
1. Promote opportunities for individual or group exchanges/exchanges among students (including teaching experience, practical training, courses
2. Promote opportunities for teachers to exchange/exchange or exchange visits on student education, teaching, school development, curriculum development and
Provide opportunities for cross-border and international cooperation in research and development.
4. Promote the purpose and tasks of ETEN and continuously evaluate whether the objectives of this network are being implemented to confirm the
quality of ETEN.
ETEN Aims- Goal
1. Each member school provides at least one international event per year.
2. Teachers and students are encouraged to participate in all ETEN activities each year.
3. Describe, evaluate and report on all ETEN activities on ETEN's web page.
4. The ECO (ETEN Co-between): ETEN School Representative
1. Each member school must elect an ECO, which must be able to participate in all ECO meetings on behalf of its school.
2. ECO's responsibilities include three main areas: facilitating interaction between students and faculty, acting as a bridge between ETEN
and schools, and promoting international programs.
3. The ECO Conferences and Meetings: April and September each
year April: Fixed as International Conference.
September each year: ETEN Cos and TIG Leaders Annual Meetings of Member School Representatives
V. Thematic Interest Groups: equivalent to academic committees
Academic fields include:
1. Arts Education
2. Creative Storytelling
3. Identity & Diversity
5. Language Education
6. Mathematics Education
9. Science & Technology
10. Special Ed Needs
11. Urban Education
VI, join ETEN for Chaoyang teachers and students benefits
1. Increase the international exposure of the school.
2. Expand the scope of international exchanges from Asia to Europe and the United States.
3. Improve the international perspective of student exchanges.
4. Add a stage for the publication of papers for Chaoyang teachers and students, especially teachers.
5. Due to the ETEN provisions, once the application for membership, there must be substantial interaction (not hope
is the interaction on paper), such a provision can give Chaoyang a positive forward pressure, every year in international exchanges have a fixed performance, as long as there is interaction is performance, such as academic exchanges
between teachers and students,
lectures, lectures, seminar papers published.
International Exchange of ETEN
1. ETEN is not only looking for partners in Europe, but also for more higher education systems from around the
2. Conditions for international communication - Common language must be English.
3. ETEN is a very friendly international academic organization and a platform for the development of internationalization,
with a fixed meeting schedule of twice a year: April
each year: Fixed for International Conference
September: ETEN Cos and ETEN
Leaders Annual Meetings (Annual Meeting) both of which
welcomed the offer of short-term lectures/presentations/visits by students from Chaoyang's teachers to the host