Author: Natasa Timologou

YESI – C1 online Training Event 23-27 November 2020

Unfortunately, due to COVID-19 pandemic, training of Primary School teachers on YESI Teacher’s Manual could not be implemented as a face-to-face short term joint staff training event. A new challenge, online training of teachers, was realised during 23-27 November 2020. And it was amazing! No matter the distance, despite the little squares on the screen, teachers were able to participate… Read more →

ME-YOU-US C3 online training event, 2-6 November 2020

Erasmus+ KA201 project Me-You-Us is running now its 3rd and final year. During the academic year 2020-2021, the Me-You-Us Teacher’s Manual will be implemented in Secondary Education Schools in the participating 6 countries of the project. Due to COVID-19 pandemic, the 3rd joing staff training event was realised online, during 2-6 November 2020. 43 participants (40 teachers and 3 co-ordinators)… Read more →

YESI Young Learners Embrace Social Inclusion and Social Involvement

Erasmus+ KA201 project  YESI (2019-1-BG01-KA201-062348) is addressed to Primary School Teachers and Students who are interested in topics of Human Rights, Diversity and Identity-Active Citizenship. Main output of the project is the Teacher’s Manual which comprises of 36 activities – including NFE tools and Digital resources. The YESI Teacher’s Toolkit resulted from the collective efforts of “Prosveta – Sofia Foundation” –… Read more →

ME-YOU-US brand new Erasmus+ KA2 project.

After the successful completion of Erasmus+ KA2 project OTHERNESS, teachers and high school students will be trained on human rights, diversity, identiry and active citizenship using the existing manual of this project and enriching it even more! A brand new Erasmus+ KA2 project ME-YOU-US (My Europe – YOUr Europe – yoUr Say) begins now its 3 year journey to teach… Read more →

Otherness: new tools to teach tolerance, active citizenship and respect for human rights

How can we foster tolerance in the school environment, teaching students to express and to understand different points of view, evaluating the “different” as an added value, essential for the life of every society? An important result towards achieving this goal has been obtained thanks to the Otherness project. A project developed thanks to the collaboration of four international associations such… Read more →