The first transnational meeting of the SEEVAL project was organised in Sofia, Bulgaria at the end of January 2020. The project, which has as a main aim to promote Social and Emotional Educatuion in schools has just started and is going to be implemented by a consortium of organisations that include universities, research organisations and organisations that are working in the field of teacher training.
In the framework of the PLAY-IN project, Action Synergy has organised in Myrtillo Cafe‘ a training event for youth workers where we have presented games and other non formal education techniques that can be used with young people in order to promote social inclusion, mutual respect and fight against xenophobia.
Last week, the results and final outcomes of the SEDIN project that Action Synergy is coordinating, were presented in the final conference of the project which was organised in the auditorium of the Archeological museum of Mytilene, Lesvos.
The conference was attended by elementary school and nursery school teachers as well as by students of the University of Aegean and members of NGOs working in the island of Lesvos. The conference was organised by ELORIS SA
Action Synergy has participated in the 3rd transnational meeting of the DIVET project which was organised in Istanbul, Turkey.
DIVET project, which is coordinated by Action Synergy, is aiming to develop a joint qualification for the professional profile of the exports expert via Internet and social media. The course is expected to start from the beginning of February. During the meeting, the partners presented the curriculum of the course and the training material that is associated with it. The course curriculum is divided in 15 different modules organised in three different areas of competencies. The learning goals of these modules are the following:
This week we were in Janków Przygodzki in Poland for the 4th transnational meeting of EIRENE. This project aims to improve the ability of the school education system to react to the bullying phenomenon and to involve the main actors that rotate around the school system in tackling this negative behaviour at an educational level.