The second meeting of From Peer to Peer took place in Budapest last week and it was hosted by Wesley János School. The project is a European Erasmus + project that aims to contribute to a better education from the point of view of social inclusion, combating discrimination, segregation and bullying. In this sense, it aims to provide support and tools to schools that address situations of bullying and discrimination, affecting the proper growth and development of students, with the aim of achieving more inclusive educational processes, generated from the base and the people involved in phenomena as the main protagonists.
The second meeting of the project INTEMIS took place in Porto and was hosted by Universidade Portucalense. The project aims to introduce ICT based Flipped Learning in VET Schools and Centers in order to increase the quality of teaching and learning, to reduce early school leaving, to decrease the number of under-skilled teenagers and ultimately to support the modernization of education and training systems. Coordinator of the project is Istituto d’Istruzione Superiore Leonardo da Vinci from Italy.
The partners of ATHLISI project (Greece, Italy, Slovenia, Bulgaria, Malta) met in Palermo and organized a training session and study visits to schools for coaches of sport clubs who will support the inclusion of disadvantaged children within sport activities.
Students from Keighley College (Leeds City College) worked in Action Synergy for a few weeks via Erasmus+ KA1 short term student mobility. Haroon and Jonathan wrote those about their experience with us:
When I heard about the program Erasmus for Young Entrepreneurs I thought it could be a great opportunity to develop my skills in a real work environment. A great chance to see how I can adjust to a company already in motion and obtain very valuable knowledge that will help to my future company.