Il team di Metropolis sta lavorando ad una risorsa digitale innovativa che aiuterà i giovani a conoscere il potenziale occupazionale nelle aree post-industriali riscoprendo l’eredità urbana.
The second international mobility of SENSE saw students from Greece, the Netherlands, Spain, and Italy work together in Athens during an intense and fruitful week of great cultural exchange.
In the past two years, the E-COURSE team has been working in developing tools and training material that could support primary schools in favouring the inclusion of migrant children and promoting intercultural dialogue.
The Kick-Off Meeting of the D3 project was held the 11th and 12th September 2019 at Sint-Lodewijkscollege (Bruges, BE) .
On Tuesday and Wednesday, September 10th and 11th 2019, the INTELed multiplier events took place at CESIE, in Palermo, Italy, aiming to disseminate the theoretical and pedagogical framework of INTELed, as well as to spread the best practices collected in each school and related to the use of multisensory games in education.
The partners of the ouRoute project have successfully ended their 2nd project meeting at CESIE in Palermo (3-5th July 2019), in order to discuss about how to carry out the discovery activities “by” and “for” students in Italy, Spain and Portugal.
Capacity building of school educators to foster the integration of all-nationalities students with MEDIS!
On the 3° MEDIS consortium meeting held in Sofia, partners met up to review the contents developed and discussing next steps for the implementation of the upcoming CB session. The whole training is two folds: an online course and face-to-face sessions.
Enrol now to Peer to Peer Players ideas contest for the development of a game app for smartphone and tablet.
TABLIO: Meeting new educational needs to validate new pedagogical methods for differentiation and inclusion
On the 21st and 22nd of March CESIE hosted the final partner meeting of the TABLIO project, attended by all the international partners.
On February 4-6th 2019, 26 pre-school educators coming from Denmark, Italy and Cyprus attended successfully the first teacher training of the European project SEEDS.
Increasing knowledge and skills in preventing and responding to child sexual abuse, from the local community and families to professionals.
SymfoS project is enhanced by three new manuals and a new section of the website dedicated to online training, available at www.symfos.eu.