Promoting inclusion
and a STEM curriculum in schools through the use of tangible programming concepts and activities

tangible programming; STEM; school inclusion

Mediterranean Inclusive Schools

Inclusive schools, multilingual framework, intercultural education, reception classrooms

Building Inclusion through New Learning Methodology

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Reinforcing Educator's Competences for Counselling and Motivation

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Effective Learning

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Understanding and Expression tools for you

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12 Habits for Success

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Career guidance game in a city full of occupations

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UP2B - Boosting Up School Education towards European Citizenship and Labour Market Inclusion

4 Creativities

Foster Reception for Inclusive Educational Needs: Development of Educational Support for Kids

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Bridging the gap between educational stakeholders through mediation


Games for Tolerance

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SCHOOLS ENGAGE: Service Learning as a vehicle for fostering active citizenship in secondary education across Europe

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DROP IN logo CopyFrom 7 to 12 October 2019 in Dax, France, the DROP-IN project coordinator Pistes Solidaires, with the support of all partners, organised a training course led by educational experts and specialists in non-formal education. The course was attended by teachers from the partner schools who want to discover, develop and introduce non-formal educational techniques in their classrooms. The aim of the training was to empower the teachers to be key actors in the educational process, encouraging and motivating them to make changes in their own classroom and subsequently in the school environment.

logo medis v1When the intellectual products of the project are ready, it is time for meetings with institutions, not only for promoting the products and the project, but also for joint actions for its widespread implementation..
On November 15th, 2019, at the UN High Commission for Refugees for Bulgaria in Sofia, a meeting was held between Emilia van Harten and Iva Lazarova, representatives of the commission and Stanislav Georgiev, a representative of the Regional Educational Office Sofia and Ivo Dimitrov from Know and Can Association. The meeting presented in detail the project, where and how its results are already being implemented.

projectslogo.unextyouWe are happy to announce the start of UNEX T-YOU Project! The main idea of the project is to create a unique innovative educational tool to support teachers in their daily activities to provide high quality of teaching and present contemporary learning opportunities to their students.

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The first partner meeting under 4 Creativities project was organized in Sofia, Bulgaria on 11th-12th November 2019 and was hosted by the project coordinator 6th Secondary School "Graf Ignatiev". Representatives of all partner institutions attended the event. The project partnership consists of two organisations per country - Ireland, Romania, Spain and Bulgaria. One partner is a school and the other is an NGO.
The main focus of presentation was the project idea, foreseen activities, planned results and impact. The partners discussed also the general project management and planned the near future tasks.

12 habits for successIn October 2019 Know and Can Association started working on the project “12 Habits for Success”, № 2019-1-PT01-KA201-061277. The project partners are the organizations: 119 Secondary School “Academician Mihail Arnaudov” – Bulgaria; European School of Brussels IV (Laeken) – Belgium; Scoala Primara Carol I – Romania; MAKE IT PEDAGOGICAL – Portugal; IS “Duca Abruzzi – Libero Grassi” – Italy; Escola Basica Goncalo Mendes da Maia – Portugal; Agrupamento de Escolas Sophia de Mello Breyner – Portugal.


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