Partners

Partner countries in this Grundtvig project 2013-2015

Building Strong School-Family Relationships

Each partner is working with the school-family-community relationships in their community. Each partner is organizing training courses for students, parents and teachers on the following topics:

 

  • Module I - The Management of Communication

 

  • Module II - Education for social values

 

  • Module III - Intercultural Education

 

The work of each partner can be found in the partner pages below.

 

 

 

Each partner is working with the school-family-community relationships within three modules:

 

Module I - The Management of Communication

 

Module II - Education for social values

 

Module III - Intercultural Education

 

 

Linked to this local activity will be a number of activities which in order to discover a European inter-cultural perspective from the national contexts.

 

The work of each partner can be found in the partner pages here.

 

 

 

Each partner is working with the school-family-community relationships within three modules:

 

Module I - The Management of Communication

 

Module II - Education for social values

 

Module III - Intercultural Education

 

 

Linked to this local activity will be a number of activities which in order to discover a European inter-cultural perspective from the national contexts.

 

The work of each partner can be found in the partner pages here.

 

 

 

Each partner is working with the school-family-community relationships within three modules:

 

Module I - The Management of Communication

 

Module II - Education for social values

 

Module III - Intercultural Education

 

 

Linked to this local activity will be a number of activities which in order to discover a European inter-cultural perspective from the national contexts.

 

The work of each partner can be found in the partner pages here.

 

 

 

THEORY PART: FROM SOCIAL VALUES TO SOCIAL COMPETENCY

Students need a sound understanding of what democracy means, and what human rights they enjoy,in which documents they have been laid down, and how they may be protected and enforced. Asyoung citizens, they need to know how their country’s constitution functions as a political system

Students need a supportive learning environment. They require methods of teaching and learningthat allow them to exercise their human rights, such as freedom of thought and expression. They require opportunities to participate in governing their school, exercising their human rights and fulfilling their responsibilities. They rely on their teachers to provide role models for mutual respect,tolerance and peaceful resolution of conflict. The idea of education for democratic citizenship and human rights education is not new. Civic orcitizenship education has been present in various European countries for many years and has beenimplemented in many different ways. Mainly this has consisted of informing learners about thepolitical system – that is to say, the constitution – in place in their country, using formal methodsof instruction. The underlying model of citizenship has therefore been a passive and minimal one.

Abstracts

In order to organize the training activities, our NGO, Association "Alternative Educationale" has established partnerships with schools located in our region, students’ parents’ associations. The theme of the project is of utmost interest to us because it meets the objectives for which our NGO was set up and addresses a wide target audience.

In Keçiören Counseling and Research Center’s workfield there are 156 public and private schools, 145.775 students, 6.469 administrators and teachers, 33 special education and rehabilitation centers.The centre recognizes the need for all students to benefit from maxiumum amount of the school program. The centre also is responsible for the school counselors works in Keçiören district .

Our expertise relies on the gender perspective, which we apply in a wide research field in the areas of adult education, employment, gender budgeting, gender mainstreaming as well as migration and health.

Our research takes an interdisciplinary and practice-oriented approach and we use a wide diversity of methods. The results of our studies are implemented in our further training, counseling, and coaching services.

Vivere il Museo is a cultural organisation with the mission of promoting tourism and educational paths in schools, families and for adults in general in the Municipality of Mondavio and the province of Pesaro and Urbino; furthermore the organistaion is engaged in the management of historical monuments and the local theatre which has been recently restructured

European Training Centre Copenhagen Denmark – ETCC DK - is an agency organised as a network organisation cooperating with Danish and international key-specialists in order to ensure the most updated and best-practice based training on our seminars and workshops.

Building Strong School-Family Relationships

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LLP No: 2013-1-RO1-GRU06-29567 1

 

  • Denmak: 16-20 March 2014
  • Austria: June 2014
  • Tyrkey:
  • Italy:

 

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