CHOICE Policy and advocacy recommendations is a key document supporting the reform of the school curricula on regional, national and European level.
This document summarises the results of the impact evaluation on students and teachers who participated in the CHOICE MOOC.
This guide supports teachers to develop supportive learning environments that focus on the voices and needs of all students and explore possibilities for informed career choices.
This guide provides information about how the world of work has changed in the last few years and the implications this change might have on the career choices that will be open to your child.
This paper reports an analysis of the state of the art of cooperation between the art world and the world of adult education in Italy from academic texts to a collection of best practices on the ground.
CHOICE: Working guidelines “Non-formal Education for promoting co-production of educational resources”
These working guidelines were developed by CESIE within the CHOICE project aiming at increasing young people’s motivation to choose STEM careers through an innovative cross-disciplinary STE(A)M approach to education.
This guide aims to enable adult education centres to follow the Design Thinking process, enabling them to implement the method in their own organisation or networks.
This handbook describes the whole Design Thinking process, suggests practical methods to complete the different steps of the process and concludes with 6 case studies on the work of the project partner organisations.
The Framework provides reflections based on the findings of the CHOICE state-of-the-art mapping activities, with regard to the identified areas of improvement within the current state of STEM curricula and educational approaches.
The state-of-the-art Study gives an overview of the educational system and the types of educational programmes offered by public and private schools in Europe.
These CHOICE reports gather data and information about the STEM education at National and European Union level.
This Teacher’s Guide, developed by project RETHINK, offers tools educators can use to address the challenges they encounter when teaching about remembrance.
SENSE focuses on teaching diversity skills to VET students in the social domain, and more specifically how to deal with one of the more controversial forms of diversity: sexual diversity. Therefore, its main focus is social inclusion of both fellow students and future...
A guide for facilitators on how to foster sexual diversity sensitivity among students in vocational institutions.
Fourth newsletter of the project discussing final conclusions of the training and dissemination activities conducted during its lifetime.