Do you work in a community for minors in Palermo and surroundings? Are you looking for innovative educational methods that can support minors in conflict with the law and at risk in the development of emotional skills?
Participate in ActiveGames4Change training for educators, social workers, volunteers and all the educational staff of the communities for minors.
The ActiveGames4change project aims to create motivating learning environments for juvenile offenders and minors at risk through the use of games and recreational activities.
With these objectives, the project has developed 18 games divided into three levels of complexity. AG4C will use the Warwick-Edinburgh well-being scale (WEMWBS) to assess the development of self-awareness, self-management, responsible decision-making, relationship skills and social awareness, all vital socio-emotional competences for the autonomy and social re-integration of the young people. For the assessment of skills, the project has also developed digital and non-digital tools, useful in the final phase of reflection and self-assessment.
Following the training, the participating educators will have the opportunity to apply the methodology learned with the children of the residential communities with the support of CESIE’s staff.
The training will be held on the 15, 22 and 29 November, with the possibility to participate face-to-face (in the morning at CESIE’s office) or online (in the afternoon).
Join the training!
About the project
ActiveGames4Change: Sports and Physical Activity Learning Environment for Citizenship, Emotional, Social e-Competences is cofunded by Erasmus+, KA3 Social inclusion and common values: the contribution in the field of education, training and youth.
The project activities are managed by the following partners:
- University of Gloucestershire (Regno Unito, coordinatore)
- University of Beira Interior (Portogallo)
- CESIE (Italia)
- Aproximar (Portogallo)
- IPS – Innovative Prison Systems (Portogallo)
- Centrul pentru Promovarea Invatarii Permanente – CPIP (Romania)
- BAGázs Public Benefit Association (Ungheria)
- Republic of Turkey Ministry of Justice – General Directorate of Prisons and Detention Houses Izmir Probation Directorate (Turchia)
- Fundación Diagrama Intervencion Psicosocial (Spagna)
- ANTER (Romania)
For further information
Contact Alice Valenza: email@example.com.