Learning beyond obstacles through inclusive educational resources

The TEACHmi partnership is developing innovative educational resources to promote more inclusive and intercultural learning models, prevent the risk of social exclusion, and reduce early school leaving.

Discover The New Informative Website On Pupils’ Mobility

earning mobility is one of the key policy priorities promoted by the EU as it is fundamental in the development of competences crucial for active participation in society and in the labour market. Discover the new website on pupil’s mobility!

PASSAGE Project has started!

Which are the school inclusion practices for Newly Arrived Minors in the countries of the European Union? Discover the objectives of the PASSAGE project!

Re-discovering yourself and the others: good practices for inclusive education

On 30th June 2021 we met a group of students from the secondary school IISS Alessandro Volta, in order to learn more about some of the initiatives offered by the School Unit in the field of intercultural education, through the use of non-formal teaching practices. Read more about our projects!

CHOICE workshops in progress!

How to stimulate young people to choose careers in the STEM field? How to innovate teaching of the STEM subjects? Read more about CHOICE!

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Educating for digital citizenship and safer use of the web and IT

Educating for digital citizenship and safer use of the web and IT

On February 9th, we celebrate the Safer Internet Day “Together for a better Internet”. With our projects we want to promote the conscious use of the web and digital civic education, both for young people and for adults, underlining how the web and information technologies can be important in our life, but we must be very careful how use them without incurring in offensive acts and/or be victims of that.

Career Counselling in Italian secondary schools: the experience of the REFORM project

Career Counselling in Italian secondary schools: the experience of the REFORM project

As the end of the REFORM project approach, on the 25h of January 2021, CESIE organised an online event to promote and disseminate the results of the project, including its main outcome: the CC-Box, a collection of teaching and learning innovative methodologies for career counselling in schools, that have been tested, adapted and implemented in the partner countries.

D3 – Why should we promote digital data literacy in secondary education?

D3 – Why should we promote digital data literacy in secondary education?

Digital data literacy fosters critical thinking, reflection, responsibility and curiosity. Sharing data is fundamental for research, development, responsible policy-making, democracy. These topics were discussed during the online Social Cafè “Tecnologia per tutt*”, organized on 15th October 2020, during the Erasmus+ days.

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