Partecipazione sociale e voto

Mathematical analysis of social partecipation and vote based on a questionary. It wanted to show how we vote, the thought of people about old generations, the relation between social partecipation and vote, the perception of social involvement and how we can improve it.

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Prevention and contrast cyberbullying and bulling. How do istitutions previde teachers with support for the phenomenon?

I’m Simona, the student from ‘La Sapienza” University of Rome. I’m study social servieces I’m working on research project focussing on cyberbullying and bullying.The research have a questionnaire online for the teachers. The goal is to capture every point of view of the teachers to ascertain the knowledge of the phenomenon of cyberbullying and the importance of prevention and awareness of the phenomenon in every single school.

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Come l’Italia è vista dagli altri Paesi – How Italy is seen by other Countries

The aim of this research is to understand how Italy and Italians are seen by other Countries; if usual stereotypes – regarding what people throughout the world think about Italian culture – are reliable or not, and what first comes to foreigners’ mind when they think about Italy.

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Teacher training session at the Faculty of Education – USAL

A very productive workshop took place yesterday afternoon at the USAL Faculty of Education.
María José Rodríguez Conde and Antonio M. Seoane Pardo, academic staff of the faculty and researchers of the E-EVALINTO project met teachers from two institutes of Secondary education in Salamanca, IES Venancio Blanco and IES García Bernalt, who are participating in the pilot phase of the project and a group of future teachers of the Master in Education.

The goals were to investigate the concepts of peer mentoring and e-evaluation from a methodological point of view and to start designing and implementing an intercultural mentoring programme in schools. A complete route through the E-EVALINTO Virtual Campus (Moodle platform for teacher training, tailored online spaces for the development of activities with the students of each pilot school and evaluation tools) has completed the meeting.

Thanks to all the participants for the active collaboration!

 

E-EVALINTO project presented at the University of Cádiz

Last February 23rd,  Gregorio Rodríguez Gómez, Professor of Educational Research Methods at the Didactic Department of the University of Cádiz (Spain) presented the E-EVALINTO project and its products to the UCA teachers and researchers.

The context has been a meeting convened by the Office for International Relations of the UCA for fostering the participation of academics in the Erasmus + programme, in which two “Strategic Partnership” projects have been selected as best practices.

The presentation was made not only for those attending the meeting but also through videoconference as there were teachers following the presentation from the Jerez, Puerto Real and Algeciras UCA campuses.

Download the presentation here.

Presentation of the E-EVALINTO Teacher Training Course

 

Alicia García-Holgado, from the GRIAL Research Group of the University of Salamanca, has presented the E-EVALINTO Teacher Training Course to the partners of the European project Supporting Teachers and Immigrant Students at School (STEMS) funded by the Erasmus+ programme KA2 – Cooperation and Innovation for Good Practices. Strategic Partnerships for school education. The presentation was part of agenda in the third meeting of the project that took place in San Javier, Murcia, on 22-23 January 2018.

E-EVALINTO presented by Alicia García-Holgado E-EVALINTO course is presented by Alicia García-Holgado

Workshop for Raising Awareness on the life of Unaccompanied Minors under the Framework of the E-EVALINTO Project

According to Eurostat (2017) in 2016, 63 300 asylum seekers applying for international protection in the Member States of the European Union (EU) were considered to be unaccompanied minors. Of the largest shares of unaccompanied minors among all young asylum applicants in 2016 was recorded notably in Cyprus, among other EU countries, reaching 32% percent. In order to promote a dialogue to schools about this issue CARDET in the framework of the E-EVALINTO project conducted a workshop on the 13th of January, 2018 at Palia Ilektriki in Pafos for raising awareness on the life of unaccompanied minors living in reception centres.  During the workshop Primary School students had the opportunity to engage in a number of activities, discuss about the issue and reflect on their views and on what each of us can do at a personal level in order to support them.

Workshop for Raising Awareness on the life of Unaccompanied Minors under the Framework of the E-EVALINTO Project

According to Eurostat (2017) in 2016, 63 300 asylum seekers applying for international protection in the Member States of the European Union (EU) were considered to be unaccompanied minors. Of the largest shares of unaccompanied minors among all young asylum applicants in 2016 was recorded notably in Cyprus, among other EU countries, reaching 32% percent. In order to promote a dialogue to schools about this issue CARDET in the framework of the E-EVALINTO project conducted a workshop on the 13th of January, 2018 at Palia Ilektriki in Pafos for raising awareness on the life of unaccompanied minors living in reception centres.  During the workshop Primary School students had the opportunity to engage in a number of activities, discuss about the issue and reflect on their views and on what each of us can do at a personal level in order to support them.

Announcement for the participation in the SORAPS Training Course hosted by the University of Salamanca (USAL)

As the SORAPS Project enters its implementation phase, the University of Salamanca (USAL) will set up a training course to be held in two sessions: the first one, from 9th to 13th April, 2018, and the second one from 17th to 21st December, 2018. Teachers participating to this course will be able to gain a full picture of the aims and objectives of the SORAPS project, while also learning how to properly make use of the Online Platform and the other tools made available by the project. In addition, teachers will be presented with the main topics related to the aim of the project, such as Human Rights, Religious freedom, stereotypes and intercultural dialogue, and will learn the proper teaching methodologies and techniques to introduce them in class. The sessions will cover a wide array of topics and will envision frontal theoretical lessons as well as practical ones, delivered by the project partner institutions. The contents presented during the course will be deepened during the Online Training, which will constitute the follow up of the face-to-face training.

At this link a provisional syllabus of the training course. Very soon the final agenda of the training course. Stay tuned!