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INSCOOL II Training For Teachers In Hungary

INSCOOL II training for teachers in Hungary

ESHA trainer Judit Horgas delivered the first INSCOOL II training about inclusive education for teachers in Szeged, Hungary. 24 primary and secondary teachers from 11 schools participated in the 12-hour-long training. The fun activities, games and the co-operative methodology proved…

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News From CREAM: The First Results And Next Steps

News from CREAM: The first results and next steps

The Erasmus+ CREAM project aims at stimulating interest in young learners towards STEAM subjects by elaborating and testing brand new approaches and models of teaching STEAM disciplines via Creative Writing Laboratory (CWL) techniques. STEM is an acronym for Science, Technology,…

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ANP Chairman In Ukraine

ANP chairman in Ukraine

The President of ESHA member Associazione Nazionale Dirigenti Pubblici e alte professionalità della scuola (ANP), Antonello Giannelli, was in Truskavets in Ukraine in the beginning of February, 2023. He spoke at an international conference in which school leaders from Ukraine…

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Dive-in-Dialogue Training In Athens

Dive-in-Dialogue training in Athens

The ESHA team of 8 teachers from Hungary and Serbia, accompanied by ESHA staff participated in the Dive-in-Dialogue training in Athens on 2nd-3rd, February, organized by KMOP – Social Action & Innovation Centre. After the welcoming words and an interactive…

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New Project: SuperCyberKids

New project: SuperCyberKids

On the 2-3rd of February the ESHA team has attended the kickoff meeting of our new project, SuperCyberKids in Palermo, Italy. The project SuperCyberKids provides children aged 8 to 13 and their teachers with an educational ecosystem of cybersecurity learning…

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A New Edition Of HEADstart Magazine

A new edition of HEADstart Magazine

The January edition of ESHA's HEADstart Magazine is out. Topics of this issue are: The European Inclusion Compass - Implementing Inclusion in Schools and Education Building a Shared Vision: Start conversations about the quality of education! A safe learning climate…

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