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Digital storytelling for global citizenship education

The course has the main aim of developing the competences of the participants in the field of Global Citizenship Education, as well as to train them on how to use Digital Storytelling to let the students producing short stories using the techniques developed with the BRIGHTS project.

eFacilitation for the inclusion of disadvantaged groups

The training program focuses on media literacy in the field of mobile photography and audio-visual production, digital storytelling and project management.

Children’s literature as a framework for SEL

Children’s literature has a big impact on the development and shaping of children’s personality. Quality children’s books display ideas, ethical dilemmas, moral values, problem solving techniques, emotional management and relationships among the protagonists,all of which contribute to the moral, social and emotional development of young children.

Health and Safety in the School Environment

Children spend many of their waking hours at school, in circumstances that are often suboptimal. Safe and healthy schools offer many benefits. The physical environment can be either a support or a hurdle to student achievement.Students perform better in facilities that are attractive, functional, safe and secure.

Game-based Learning: Designing and Development of games as teaching techniques

“Today's schools face major problems around student motivation and engagement. Gamification, or the incorporation of game elements into non-game settings, provides an opportunity to help schools solve these difficult problems.

Adjusting migrant and refugee children to European schools

Children spend many of their waking hours at school, in circumstances that are often suboptimal. Safe and healthy schools offer many benefits. The physical environment can be either a support or a hurdle to student achievement.Students perform better in facilities that are attractive, functional, safe and secure.

Pre-primary and Primary CLIL

In CLIL, the language of instruction is a foreign language and is rarely used (or not used at all) in social contexts outside the classroom which limits the extent of non-formal and informal learning (Budvytyte-Gudiene and Toleikien, 2008).

Examination of behavioral and sensory integration skills of autistic students in European dimension

Children and adults with autism, as well as those with other developmental disabilities, may have a dysfunctional sensory system. Sometimes one or more senses are either over- or under-reactive to stimulation.Such sensory problems may be the underlying reason for such behaviors as rocking, spinning, and hand-flapping.

Supporting students coming from divorced families

It is crucial that teachers and the school personnel on the whole learn the effects of divorce on the classroom behavior of children for divorce-related problems can be a lasting source of children's stress.

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