humanism centered education for a peaceful europe e u r o h u m a n

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humanism centered education for a peaceful europe e u r o h u m a n
E R A S M U S+
Cooperation for Innovation and Exchange
of Good Practices (КA2)
Project „HUMANISM CENTERED
EDUCATION FOR A PEACEFUL EUROPE
E U R O H U M A N”
Coordinator:
Partners:
Turkey
Germany, Austria, Italy,
Portugal, Bulgaria
Reality:
• The wave of refugees in Europe;
• European Community – sensitive to the political and social
reality in the world;
• The democratic principles of a civil society - foundation of the
European education;
• Emphasis on the humanities, arts and sports as an
opportunity for displaying cultural awareness, understanding
and acceptance;
Reality:
• School traditions and policies in intercultural education;
• Sustainability of completed projects:
To the Center for Educational Integration of
Children and Students from Ethnic
Minorities (CEICSEM):
Interclub 21 (2010-2011)
I know, I understand, I accept (2012 – 2013)
Ethnicity (2015 – 2016)
Reality:
Based on Comenius programme (Development
Center for Human Resources - DCHR):
“Building Digital Bridges between Nations” (Turkey, Slovenia,
Poland, Romania and Bulgaria) – 2011 – 2013;
Based on “Erasmus +” programme, КA 2
(DCHR):
“Nature, Culture and People” – Points of contact between
Lithuania, Czech Republic and Bulgaria (2014 – 2016)
Project Objectives
for students:
• Cultural awareness and presentation of educational
traditions, the modern prospect of school subjects in
the formation and personal development, and
formation of socially acceptable models of behaviour;
• Developing skills for cultural integration;
• Developing skills for effective communication and
conflict resolution;
• Developing communication skills in a foreign language;
• Developing life skills in a civil society.
Project Objectives
for teachers:
• Research and presentation of good practices in the
Bulgarian education;
• Introduction to the European educational policies relevant
to the issue;
• Increasing teacher qualifications by applying intercultural
strategies in teaching public cycle subject disciplines;
• Competence formation to deal with intercultural
environment;
• Improving language competence, teamwork, creation and
approbation of innovative pedagogical ideas in the field of
intercultural education;
Target Group
 Direct participants: 60 students and teachers
of social studies, art, physical education and
sport, English language;
 Indirect participants – all students and
teachers.
ANTALYA - MURATPAŞA - ADEMTOLUNAY ANADOLU LISESI
T UR K E Y
http://ademtolunay.meb.k12.tr/
IISS "Carlo Maria Carafa" (Mazzarino (CL),
Italy
ITALY
http://www.iisscmcarafa.gov.it/public/
SCHULE KÄTHE-KOLLWITZ-IDA, HESSEN,
LANGENSELBOLD
GERMANY
http://www.kks-langenselbold.de/index.html
ESCOLA BÁSICA DE SÃO VICENTE DA
BEIRA, CASTELO BRANCO
PORTUGAL
http://www.agrup-alcains-svb.com/
HIGH-SCHOOL IN VILLACH, AUSTRIA
AUSTRIA
http://www.peraugymnasium.at/
Planned Activities and Visits
• For project management:
 Antalya (Turkey) – 31.10 – 04.11.2016
 Austria – May, 2017
 Antalya (Turkey) – May–June, 2018
Planned Activities and Visits
• Learning, teaching and training activities:
 Bulgaria – 16.01 – 21.01.2017
 Germany – March-April, 2017
 Portugal – October-November, 2017
 Italy – March-April, 2018
Expected Results
• Developed life skills
in a civil society;
• Building an
integrated model of
training;
• Personal
development and
enrichment.
Project Sustainability
• Organizing and conducting internal
methodical qualifications by presenting the
project outcomes and creating integrated
models of training;
• Creating an electronic collection of good
practices relevant to the issue;
• Development of partnerships formed under
the project.

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