“What is Digital Citizenship Education? ” is the first in a series of online courses developed in strategic partnership of EWC and the Council of Europe. Enroll in the course at https://e-learning.theewc.org/course/… 1. Opening talks by Ana Perona-Fjeldstad (European Wergeland Centre) and Villano Qiriazi (Council of Europe) 2. Presentation of the course by its team […]
Inspiration from the Council of Europe
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It explains the aims and purposes of digital citizenship education and how you can integrate these into everyday practice with your learners. Working together with fellow professionals on real-life examples, you learn how to plan digital citizenship learning experiences that will engage and empower students to become active citizens in a world dominated by digital […]
This educational pack from the Council of Europe offers a collection of educational methods and theories including ideas, resources, methods and exercises for non-formal intercultural education of young people and adults. The collection will be useful for educators seeking to develop civic and social competencies, including recognition of the value of cultural diversity, openness to […]
TASKs for democracy – 60 activities to learn and assess transversal attitudes, skills and knowledge is a handbook for practitioners in formal and non-formal educational settings, developed within the Pestalozzi Programme Community of Practice of the Council of Europe. The handbook focuses on competences for democracy in all areas of education for educational professionals. Link […]
The videos were developed within the framework of the Step Up DC – Student Teachers’ Practices for Democratic Culture project (2019 – 2022), funded by Erasmus+. EWC expresses a particular gratitude to Prof. Dr. David Kerr, Ted Huddleston and Prof. Dr. Bojka Djukanovic for their support in the development of these resources.
Since it was published six years ago “Signposts – Policy and practice for teaching about religions and non-religious world views in intercultural education” has been translated into 13 languages. The question asked in Signposts: “How can the study of religions and non-religious world views contribute to intercultural education in schools in Europe” obviously touches a […]
This handbook aims to support teachers and educators to promote media information and literacy, foster the correct behaviour for online communication and collaboration, and encourage the creation of reliable, truth- ful, respectful and original digital content. This publication is the outcome of the Digital Resistance project financed by the European Union- Council of Europe Joint […]
It builds on the Council of Europe’s Reference Framework of Competences for Democratic Culture and the achievements of the longstanding Education for Democratic Citizenship programme, and complements the Internet literacy handbook as part of a coherent approach to educating citizens for the society of the future.
This growing awareness is reflected in the adoption of the Council of Europe Charter on Education for Democratic Citizenship and Human Rights Education by the Organisation’s 47 member states in the framework of Recommendation CM/Rec(2010)7. The Charter is an important reference point for all those dealing with citizenship and human rights education. It provides a […]
Authors: Ted Huddleston and David Kerr. It builds on the training pack for teachers – Living with controversy: teaching controversial issues through education for democratic citizenship and human rights – to offer practical support to school leaders and senior managers on how to proactively manage and react to controversial issues in and beyond the school.