The EWC Approach

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Whole School Approach

This presentation is based on experiences from the over 700 schools in Europe that EWC has supported over the past 10 years. The presentation explains what the whole school approach is and how it can be applied at school. The presentation is voiced.

Launch of “What is Digital Citizenship Education”

“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… 1. Opening talks by Ana Perona-Fjeldstad (European Wergeland Centre) and Villano Qiriazi (Council of Europe) 2. Presentation of the course by its team […]

22 July and Democratic Citizenship Report of Results 2021

Since the beginning of 2016, The European Wergeland Centre (EWC) has cooperated with Utøya andthe 22 July Centre on establishing the national learning program “22 July and DemocraticCitizenship“. This is the Report of Results 2021. The program aims to educate students from all over Norway about the events of 22 July. The endgoal is to […]

What is Digital Citizenship Education?

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 […]

Crisis reactions, psychosocial support, and school adjustment

It is produced by EWC in collaboration with the Norwegian Centre for Violence and Traumatic Stress Studies (NKVTS) and features Belinda Ekornås, Phd/clinical psychologist NKVTS and Lars Lyster, clinical psychologist RVTS East. English: Ukrainian:

EWC Guide on blended learning

A resource developed by the EWC team to help project managers and trainers to better blend online and offline tools for learning and networking in the field of education for democratic citizenship and human rights. The guide describes different blended learning models and solutions (e.g. synchronous online event, technology-enhanced training, blended course) for different stages […]

Schools for Democracy Final Report 2017-2021

In 2016, Ukraine embarked on the most comprehensive school education reform in its history. The NewUkrainian School puts a major emphasis on educating citizens who think critically and innovatively,participate in democratic processes, as well as value and respect dignity and the rights of all. Schools for Democracy is developed and implemented in partnership with the […]