During the different Learning, Teaching and Tranining Activities, all the partners have organized activities to deal with their main social challenge. All of them have in mind reaching the three main goals or objectives of the project:
1. Raising awareness in our young people of each social challenge, providing them with an opportunity to develop their understanding and discuss issues affecting their lives in their respective countries and their communities.
2. Providing and acquiring criteria to intervene, through a variety of activities including workshops, case writing projects as well as games, role-plays, discussions, debates and collaborative activities.
3. Positively acting, thus developing and improving the level of key competencies and skills of young people necessary for active and committed citizenship and participation in life of their respective countries.
We strongly believe that these objectives have be achieved during transnational activities, where both students and teachers presented the results of research, discussions, debates and presentations. During these activities, sharing experiences and results achieved in face-to-face communication have been of great added value to the project, and consequently, to the completion of our objectives.
By following the links, you can know more about the activities in each meeting:
C1 Santaros gimnazija, (Vilnius, Lithuania): Integration of national minorities (October 2018)
C2 Escola Básica dos 2º e 3º Ciclos da Torre (Câmara de Lobos, Madeira, Portugal): Respect matters – prevention strategies against cyberbullying and other conflicts/learning from team work (February 2019)
C3 Grosicssuli (Budapest, Hungary): Virtual life taking over real one (May 2019)
C4 Lycée Lislet Geoffroy (Sainte Clotilde, Ile de la Réunion, France): Inclusion of pupils from other islands with different linguistic and cultural background. (October 2019)
C5 Institut Quatre Cantons (Barcelona, Spain): Awareness and intervention on violence because of gender (February 2020)
C6 KAE (Eupen,Belgium): Inclusion in the classroom (April 2020)