SOSTRA, is an EU funded Erasmus+ Strategic partnership project. SOSTRA project is responding to the new EU Council Recommendation on Key Competences for Lifelong Learning (2018) fostering also the development soft skills, often referred to as personal and interpersonal skills, and sometimes to as ‘life’ or ‘socio-emotional skills’. “Our societies
PRACTICE aims to develop EU-wide continuing professional development (CPD) programme for teachers focussing on promotion of social, civic and intercultural, competences and critical thinking of secondary school students. The Paris Declaration (2015) states teachers need new skills and competences to deal with complex classroom realities and to confidently respond to
The main aim of this project is to develop a culture of behavior and to increase the knowledge and skills of primary and secondary school students to respond to emergencies such as natural and human-instigated disasters and crises, responding to the changing environment in Europe, based on modern approaches and
ALICE – Adapting Learning in Inclusive Communities and Environment ALICE project intends to experiment educative and social pedagogic practices related to the application of pro-social measures aiming at involving local communities in the promotion of social inclusion of students of secondary schools, which have been selected among different EU Countries.
FRIENDS – Fostering Resilience-Inclusive Education and Non-Discrimination in Schools Objectives To promote social inclusion, tolerance & non-discrimination in schools through an innovative whole school approach known as the Quiet Time method based on the Transcendental Meditation (TM) programme for schools To disseminate and scale-up on a wider scale the chosen
FinanceGO: Training educators to implement Financial Literacy Courses for young adults at risk is an ERASMUS+ project that aims to train educators from different fields on how to carry out financial literacy courses for young adults at risk of social exclusion. This aim is based on the belief that training educators