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Europe, as a joint project, is facing one of the biggest challenges in its recent history. Building a sense of belonging among EU citizens

E.U. And I

Course summary

Porto, Portugal

6 days

Erasmus+ KA1

520€

Upcoming Dates

Europe, as a joint project, is facing one of the biggest challenges in its recent history. Building a sense of belonging among EU citizens undoubtedly involves deepening the development of initiatives and the widespread incorporation of European themes into the school curricula.

 

Recognizing local and regional identities, as well as the friendly relationships that European exchanges and projects create, contribute decisively to the knowledge and appreciation of the multiple identities, institutions and lifestyles of European citizens, while reinforcing their sense of belonging and identity at regional, national, European and universal levels.

 

If, at the outset, the concept of the European dimension was centered on the knowledge that students and teachers should have about Member States, today it means not only that, but the exercise of active European citizenship by informing learners of the need to be prepared to face global challenges, taking advantage of what the EU has to offer, acquiring capabilities and developing skills that are appropriate to the labour market demands as well.

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Pricing Details

Our pricing policy follows the official regulations on transparent costs.

The costs can be supported with a KA grant under the Erasmus+ programme.

Course fee: 520 euros per participant (6-day course).

Includes:

  • Learning Together’s Welcome Kit;
  • A Daily Program designed by our trainers;
  • Welcome Dinner to meet your new colleagues;
  • Cultural Heritage Day: Guided Porto visit;
  • Daily Coffee Break;
  • Logistic, organizational and administrative support from headquarters;
  • Daily assistance and on-call support throughout the whole week.
  • Target Audience
    This course is designed for a wide range of educational professionals including teachers, trainers, educational and career counsellors, school psychologists, headmasters, school administrators, and staff across primary, lower-secondary, and secondary schools. It also caters to professionals in training centers, adult education schools, higher education institutions, and NGOs.
  • Additional Info
    Please note that the course may have participants from various school levels and English proficiency.
    Course Language: English

Course Objetives

Given the New European Dimension of Education, the course aims to raise awareness among teachers and schools, to teach children and young people about European construction and identity. This course settles within a framework of global citizenship advancement, alongside values development that will lead to a better awareness of Europe’s richness and cultural diversity. The overall aim must be to strengthen the sense of European identity in young generations and teach them the advantages and challenges of European citizenship.

Learning outcomes:

  • Sense of responsibility in an interdependent society, and equal opportunities for all;
  • Act autonomously, make value judgments, criticallyevaluate issues and adapt to the challenges of innovation;
  • Enhance young people’s learning potential at a professional and personal level, motivating them for lifelong learning;
  • Provide training and qualifications that help the participants to enable students to make a smooth transition to their working life and, in particular, to prepare them for the demands of technological development;
  • Identify and share good practices that can be implemented at a local level.

Daily Program*

  • Welcome dinner,icebreaking
  • Meet & greet, networking – participants and staff
  • Week briefing & planning
  • The European Union. Historical and institutional introduction The Maastricht Treaty – The Lisbon Treaty
  • The Charter of Fundamental Rights of the EU
  • Guided Tour through the heart of Porto City, exploring its landmarks and local European constructions, at a cultural and citizenship level 
  • The pillars of the European Dimension of Education:
  1. Europe and the World
  2. Process of building European unity
  3. Today’s European Challenges 
  • The role, good practices & activities that education institutions can develop to deepen full European citizenship: 
  1. Schengen Agreement & its importance in building European unity 
  2. The great migratory movements of peoples today
  3. Recognize the importance of solidarity in building a more cohesive Europe 
  4. Link European citizenship with the entrenching of EU citizens rights 
  5. Understand the importance of civic & democratic participation in building Europe 
  6. Mobility in the EU – the role of Institutions
  7. Know programs, projects for promoting European citizenship 
  8. Enhance mobility opportunities in the EU 
  • Reflect on the importance of European cooperation networks
  • Erasmus+: Capacity Building Testimonial – from current and past Erasmus+ mobility programmes beneficiaries, who will tell us about the multiple advantages of taking part in such projects
  • The future – guidelines for strengthening education policies

How can institutions implement dissemination mechanisms for social, energy and environmental sustainability values & practices? 

  • Principles and methodologies
  • The specificity of students’ new behaviors
  • Good practices to be adopted
  • EU concerns in education and sport
  • Guided Visit to social and informal spaces, attended by Erasmus students
  • Learning outcomes validation
  • Certification Ceremony 
*This schedule/ program describes likely activities but may differ based on the trainer's discretion and objectives.

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Reviews

I loved the interaction with people from different cultural backgrounds, and getting to know the amazing city of Porto.

Maria L.

/ Greece

I really appreciate the smiles on the staff's faces, as well as the very organized program.

David

/ Macedonia

This is the best organization in European issues!

Eleni

/ Greece

The trainer is the best. Knows how to engage with the participants and incentivize discussions.

Matea

/ Macedonia

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