1. Music 4 Rom

    Music4Rom Music for Rom is a project that brings music at the core of a methodology and innovative education practices intended to develop language and culture learning for Roma and non Roma teenagers. Based on the intervention of both Roma and non Roma professional musicians and pedagogues, the project has...
  2. PopuLLar – Motivating Secondary School Students to Learn Languages through Relevant Media

    PopuLLar –  Motivating Secondary School Students to Learn Languages through Relevant Media Comenius Multilateral project  (2011-2014) PopuLLar is a European Union innovative, education project designed to harness music, the primary social interest of secondary school students, into their language learning. There is a huge need to motivate secondary school students,...
  3. FOTEL – Forum Theatre against Early School Leaving

    The objective of the project is to examine to what extent the application of Forum Theatre methodology by teachers, combined with practical knowledge about intercultural relations, may reduce the risk of early school leaving by youth aged 13 to 16. We have finished second phase of the project. After publishing the research report called Examining Early School Leaving Factors in Five European Contexts we conducted pilot workshops in local schools and their final effect was the Forum Theatre play of course. You can find videos recorded in five countries during the workshops, rehearsals and final performances on our FOTEL Project youtube channel.
  4. European Music Portfolio: A Creative Way into Languages

    Comenius Multilateral project   EMP integrates music activities into primary foreign language education. Music activities and games pre-dispose young learners to engage in enjoyable repetition which can enhance memory for the sounds and structures of new languages. This learning approach can reduce language barriers and help social integration. It can...
  5. Talent 4

    Talent 4… uses play and creativity to identify the natural skills and talents of the participants. Originally developed within the context of the UK criminal justice system it works widely across the fields of arts and criminal justice.
  6. RIGHT – promoting global citizenship education through digital storytelling

    The thing that I like the most about the RIGHTS project is that it seeks to implement an innovative and very pedagogic methodology. I believe that this is a very good approach that can easily help to promote the Education for Global Citizenship. Through the use of digital storytelling approach (DST) - I never heard about something like this either- they expect to enhance interactive teaching and learning across secondary schools in Europe. Let's face it, massive open on-line course and social media (like this one) are among the things we should start getting used to...

    The Art4ROM project promotes children education in formal and informal environments. The Art4ROM consists of a new methodology created from the best practices and previous experiences of the project partners and which is based on artistic activities to promote learning for disadvantaged children.
  8. IMAGES & IDENTITY – Improving Citizenship through Digital Art

    This almost futurist project links the disciplines of Art and Citizenship education using digital technology as a means of expression and communication. Beware: if you want to contact the coordinator you should do it only by e-mail -it is an on-line University. They believe that it is through the exploration of ways in which discussion and production of visual images can contribute to Education for Democratic Citizenship (EDC). Go to the link of the project website: there are plenty of ressouces for teachers such as guidelines, case studies and lessons!
  9. THE MUS-E® PROGRAMME: Art at School

    The fundamental principle of MUS-E® is that art should be part of daily education, accessible to all and therefore to open new possibilities of expression and ways of looking at life and people. The project promotes social integration and aims to reduce levels of violence, racism and social exclusion amongst the young.
  10. P.IN.O.K.I.O.- Pupils for INnOvation as a Key to Intercultural and social inclusion

    The project “P.IN.O.K.I.O. - aims at promoting intercultural dialogue and creativity against social exclusion using literature and children’s stories from different cultures as well as web 2.0 tools in order to create a methodology for teachers of nursery schools or primary schools to improve intercultural dialogue among children and their families through school activities.