The “EU Handbook for the development of well-being programmes” provides practical guidance on how to plan, implement and follow up on programmes to promote workplace well-being, starting from the very notion of well-being.
The Trainers/Educators Curriculum details the training which will provide trainers and educators with insight into the Basic Education approach to adapt for their own teaching practice.
ReFace MOOC intends to contribute to enhancing the adaptive capacity and resilience of regions to enable them to respond to adversity and crises.
This resource includes learning objectives, topics covered, assignments and assessments, methods of delivery of ReFace MOOC.
The Road Map is a kit where advice and tools for regional resilience building can be found in one place.
In this section you can find the newsletters of the ReFace project.
Read the YES-SI project newsletters.
The PASSAGE e-learning course aims to support teachers in dealing with diversity, managing intercultural communications, promoting social inclusion and collaboration between students and the educating community.
E-learning course for youth workers aimed at enhancing their responsiveness to typical human trafficking situations.
iLikeIT2 has the goal of fostering collaborative work in class by developing a functioning prototype of a response tool that will enable lecturers to organize students easily and time-efficiently into groups and receive responses from all participating students.
The GoSport Guide emphasizes on identifying relevant core subjects and issues of social responsibility and how social responsibility can be effectively integrated throughout a sports organization.
The Hei4Diversity training course is designed primarily to strengthen the capacity of all members of the university community to recognize any form of violence and discrimination against LGBTQI+ groups and to take action against them.
The Didactic Guide is the document that introduces the Hei4Diversity innovative online training course.
This report aims to provide recommendations for the further use and development of e-Learning systems in Higher Education Institutions that aim to enhance special needs students’ academic performance.
The report offers insights from the most current view of online education in Higher Education Institutions from Partner countries involved in the SMARTEL project.