Children Hybrid Integration: Learning Dialogue as a way of Upgrading policies of Participation
The CHILD-UP project focuses on mapping and overcoming integration challenges for migrant children. The project researches different levels of integration of migrant children in Europe with the primary aim of proposing an innovative approach to improve their social condition and to disseminate the project outcomes by involving relevant national and international stakeholders.
Towards an inclusive, quality education: Challenges and Opportunities of School Leadership
COSL promotes inclusion and equality through school leadership, making use of digital tools and innovative methodologies. The focus is on the contribution of the inclusion of students belonging to ethnic minorities or at risk of exclusion through school organization and educational leadership.
CREAtive writing labs to foster STEAM learning
CREAM is an Erasmus+ project grounded on the evidence that traditional educational models adopted in schools do not keep up with the fast-running times anymore and need to be integrated with modern approaches based on the open schooling concept using co-design, creativity and critical thinking methodologies.
Supporting School leaders to build a digital transformation strategy
With the Covid-19 pandemic impacting all aspects of life and especially school education, this project addresses a very specific need: to upskill the competences of school leadership teams to develop and implement digital strategies in their schools.
Diversity and Inclusion through Dialogic Gatherings
The aim of this project is to involve European disadvantaged students in Dialogic Gatherings, improving their key competences and fostering their inclusion in school and in society. Teachers will be trained and empowered to use and disseminate this evidence-based practice, working transnationally and reaching disadvantaged students, their families and communities.
European Education Policy Network
The European Education Policy Network of Teachers and School Leaders is a Europe-wide network of relevant organisations (policymakers, practitioners, researchers and stakeholders) to promote cooperation, policy development and implementation at different governance levels, and to support the European Commission’s policy work on teachers and school leaders.
The vision of the Inclusive Schools II project is to significantly increase the knowledge and skills of school leaders, teachers and student teachers to work inclusively with the increasing range of diverse learners in their schools. The project sets an aim of building an international, pan-European network of practitioners and experts implementing inclusive-oriented activities.
Introducing Micro-credentials to the digital era of VET
This project foresees among others to improve the quality and attractiveness of Vocational Education & Training (VET), and training in general, through the provision of flexible, inclusive and highly applicable training offers that correspond to contemporary needs of learners/trainees.
Partnerships For Pathways To Higher Education And Science Engagement In Regional Clusters Of Open Schooling
The EU-project PHERECLOS builds upon the experience of Children’s Universities (CUs) in Europe and beyond. Due to their engagement with children and young people, they help to breakdown institutional boundaries between universities and the wider society.
Safe and Autonomous Internet-based Learning Strategies
The aim of this project is to provide students, teachers, school leaders and families with tools to make appropriate decisions facing the conflicts that COVID-19 has caused in the processes of learning, communication and socialization of the school community.
Technological Update In School Management Teams
This project aims to foster the digital transformation of our schools, both in the school management procedures and in the teaching/learning methodologies. One of the main objects is to plan a training program to provide the staff of our schools with the appropriate digital skills.