EWC Resources

18 results in EWC Resources:

Experts for Learning in Practice. A manual for Mentors of Teacher Students

Funded by the Norwegian Ministry of Foreign Affairs, the project provides support for higher education institutions and universities in Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Kosovo*[1], Montenegro, North Mac­edonia and Serbia, that are interested in modernizing their teacher education courses, with an aim to improve the quality of teacher education for future teachers in the region. One […]

Signposts teacher training module, Teaching about religions and non-religious world views in intercultural education

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 […]

EWC 2019 Annual Report

The 2019 Annual Report gives you an overview of EWC activities and highlights some of our main achievements. EWC reached more than 70 000 education professionals, educators and students through our activities in 26 countries, involving a wide range of participants from formal and non­-formal education

Signposts

Authors: Robert Jackson Taking careful account of feedback from education officials, teachers and teacher trainers in Council of Europe member states, Signposts gives advice, for example, on clarifying the terms used in this form of education; developing competences for teaching and learning, and working with different didactical approaches; creating safe space for moderated student-to-student dialogue in the classroom; helping students […]

THE EDC/HRE WHOLE SCHOOL APPROACH FOR THE PREVENTION OF DISCRIMINATION AND VIOLENCE IN SCHOOLS AND COMMUNITIES

Authors: Felisa TibbittsThis publication was developed for education practitioners, policy makers and others interested to learn about strategies for preventing discrimination and violence in schools and communities through a whole school approach focused on the “positive values” of democracy, human rights and intercultural dialogue. This approach assumes that long-term solutions to violence and discrimination in […]