The project partners met on 21./22.05.2019 in Vienna for their second partner meeting. The meeting was primarily dedicated to the development of the training course and the necessary resources incl. the gamified platform where all elements of the training would be provided. It was revealing to see how the platform would look like and what it would offer. Continue reading
In early May, the SASSI consortium met for a 2-day meeting in Banská Bystrica, Slovakia. The meeting was hosted by our Slvakian partner CVNO – an education centre for non-profit organisation.
The main aim of the meeting was … Continue reading
The PRACTICE project – Preventing Radicalism through Critical Thinking Competences aims to develop EU-wide continuing professional development (CPD) programme for teachers focussing on promotion of social, civic and intercultural competences and critical thinking of secondary school students.
PRACTICE addresses current challenges and needs of preventing radicalisation in school and of supporting opportunities for teachers’ continuing professional development (CPD) in this area, by developing, testing and disseminating an innovative approach, using participatory methods collaborative process, that involve 7 partner organisations and 35 schools at local, national and EU level.
On the 22-23 November 2018 the partnership meet for the first time in Palermo, Italy and set up the first steps for a comprehensive comparative research report.
On 20./21.11.2018 the partner consortium of the No alternative Facts project met in Sofia, Bulgaria, for the two-day kick-off meeting. The project aimed to create common ground in terms of envisaged outcomes, future activities and ways to approach our target groups.
First steps: The partners will start with conducting comprehensive research activities in order to get an overview of the current state of affairs in the partner countrues as a basis for developing a state-of-the-art interactive learning environment aimed to support educators in increasing their competences and resources to promote media literacy, and critical thinking amongst disadvantaged young adults. The research activities will include desk research, focus groups and interviews and an large online survey.
If you are interested in taking part in the activities, please contact us at email@example.com
The EMPROVE team is currently in Germany (April 2018), reviewing the feedback from testing the EMPROVE innovative platform in six EU countries … the official public launch of the platform is approaching!
The platform offers various missions to support women survivors of domestic violence to empower them by supporting them in reflecting on their strenghts and values. The platform is based on the theory of gamification and uses gamified elements aimed to engage the DV survivors in a long-term journey of empowerment. The platform combines solving different online or live missions and achievements, in addition to the face-to-face sessions with a counsellor, using also the power of the own self-confidence.
If you want to try out the platform, please contact the EMPROVE team at firstname.lastname@example.org
During our partner meeting in Vienna in May 2017 we brainstormed all relevant learning topics that should be part of our training addressing survivors of domestic violence who have left their violent partnership and who want to lead an independant life.
- self-reflection on own strenghts and values,
- emotional intelligence,
- personal mindset,
- job search and job insertion,
In May the EELLSS partners met in Pisa. The main aim was to exchange on the state of affairs in the ongoing learning projects in the partners schools and on drafting the programme for the final event that will take place on 05./06.10.2017 in Kassel.
It was great to hear that the soil-related learning projects have brought up new ideas and initiated activities that would not have taken place without the project!
Despite all the efforts of the team … the tower is still leaning!
EELLSS partners held their next meeting in Tilburg, Netherlands. During the meeting, current developments and challenges in the field of soil science research were discussed. Partners presented their expertise and ideas on how to generate different didactical frameworks on soil science case studies.
After the meeting, a short excursion to Regte Heide was organised. The Regte Heide, a natural area, offers different soil profiles and thus creates different opportunities for measures and analysis. During the excursion soil profiles were taken and the different layers were discussed.
The partners of the Silver Age Silver Sage Initiative had a successful meeting in beautiful Vienna in April.
The main focus was on further developing the concepts both on the SASSI community and the SASSI training. Continue reading
On 03./04.12.2015 the EILEEN project team met in Madrid and spent two intensive working days in the premises of CECE. The focus was on the finalisation of the trainining modules for enhancing intercultural learning in enterprises and among young people interested in working abroad. Continue reading