Here are updates on the Digital Practices for Inclusive Programs project.
New media and e-services
CHILDREN FIRST organised an online creative public contest with audio-visual collages, short theatre or musical performances on DVD, poems, comics or photography realized by young people
The Children First consortium realised an E-Learning course for teachers and educators, a theoretical and practical course aimed at strengthening teachers’ existing capacities and understanding on how to identify and tackle school-related gender-based violence.
The Children First consortium developed awareness raising and educational youth-led campaign in order to promote messages of gender equality and inclusion and tackle commonly held gender stereotypes that shape gender dynamics among children and young people.
The CHILDREN FIRST Online Game is addressed to children and young people, and aims at supporting them in challenging rigid social norms and gender stereotypes, while promoting gender socialization and healthy relationships.
The aim of this best practices handbook is to share strategic advice and knowledge obtained in the framework of the research and consequent implementation of the project titled “RETHINK – Alternative Narratives to Violent Extremism”.
This methodological guide has been developed by the REC project. It establishes a program for youth workers who are interested in learning and applying an innovative methodology, with the aims to prevent violence and/or to deal with many other topics relevant for youth.
European review of digital data literacy opportunities in terms of school curricula, qualifications and availability of digital open data tools in secondary school
This Teacher’s Guide, developed by project RETHINK, offers tools educators can use to address the challenges they encounter when teaching about remembrance.
As a part of the Children First project, CESIE developed 8 newsletters summing up the main news and results achieved during the project’s implementation.
A methodology about how to elaborate and implement a motivational campaign.
The MOOC Platform and demonstration content are further developed; Partners prepare for the fourth meeting of the ASAP project in London and ASAP social media accounts go live.
The report will present the results of the cooperation of the partners regarding the application of EQF/ECVET system to the ASAP programme.
This report presents the strategy of the ASAP team for developing its curricula using EQF/ECVET. It defines the broad framework and templates that will be common for all partners to be used in WP3.
The purpose of this Guide is to provide a coherent plan of activities and methods that can help convert qualifications into learning outcomes with the use of ECVET points in the Publishing sector.