This report highlights, summarises and establishes a comparative dialogue with the main results emerging from research on educational communities and school systems in six European countries: Slovenia, Poland, Austria, Denmark, United Kingdom and Spain.
This research includes the analysis of qualitative and quantitative data related to the use of the Authentic Inquiry with educators and young people.
A new European project aimed at secondary school teachers whose classes include pupils with a migrant background has started. Specifically, the project is addressed to teachers of literacy, numeracy and digital skills. The general objective of the project is to...
The SUPEER Network Programme aims at establishing a common and intercultural network as a co-productive, creative and autonomous forum between youth from different cultural background and it is based on the idea of peer-to-peer learning and empowerment built through intercultural and co-creative initiatives.
The VOLUME Research and Analysis Report is the result of field and desk research and aims to give a representative picture of the challenges and training needs of volunteers working with unaccompanied minors, as well as the basic needs for which minors need more support from volunteers and professionals.
The ActiveGamesForChange training program contains 18 games divided into three level.
DREAMS has created an online course to provide all the necessary steps to prepare teachers to implement the theater workshop developed by the project in their classrooms.
This State of the Art Analysis Report has the purpose to present the latest research and practice in the partner countries relating to social, emotional, civic and e-competencies in young people who are in conflict with the law.
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
Metropolis Practitioner Toolkit is meant to provide educators with a manual to facilitate the integration of digital resources within their teaching and maximise the impact of the other project resources.
This Report aims to map the industrial heritage of the cities being explored by the project and analyse the legacy this heritage has left in the present.
This handbook is mainly for teachers, educators, counselors and anyone else somehow involved with students who are transitioning from Primary to Secondary School, and are looking for new (or maybe just different) approaches to address and accompany the transition in the best way possible.
The DREAMS booklet for families provides information and resources to the families to be able to support their children in the transition process from Primary to Secondary education, with a particular focus in early ESL prevention.
The DREAMS report is intended to help readers gain a deeper understanding of early ESL risk factors, such as the gender and minority gaps.
The Intercultural peer-to-peer learning for young people programme is based on the idea of peer-to-peer learning with focus on intercultural dialogue and encounters, intercultural understanding and active citizenship