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Interesting if you are looking for educational resources to promote EU citizenship education in your school and classroom.

– An e-learning to train teachers on EU related subjects; 
Tool-kit with games and escape rooms on EU;
Lesson plans on key EU topics.

Project sheet 

EU@school is an Erasmus Plus project (2021-2023) coordinated by the Department of Political Science of the Rome Tre University (Italy). The other partners are Euphoria Net (Italy), Logopsycom (Belgium), Smart Nest (Latvia), STANDO (Cyprus) and three schools, Istituto Comprensivo Maria Montessori (Italy), Spoeczna Szkoa Podstawowa nr 11 STO (Poland) and OU Stefan Zahariev (Bulgaria).
The main expected outcome of the project is to create a set of tools to promote the European Union Citizenship education at school, as well as support teachers in becoming key drivers in this process.


Available results 

– An e-learning to train teachers on EU related subjects and support them in including EU citizenship education at school: E-Learning | Eu School (euatschool.eu)

– Tool-kit with games and escape rooms to make EU citizenship education attractive to students and make them working together regardless their original background and provide teachers with innovative methodologies to present such subjects at school:  

Games – Board Games | Eu School (euatschool.eu)
Escape rooms – Escape Rooms | Eu School (euatschool.eu)

– Lessons and lesson plans, including complementary activities, on key EU topics based on visual and adaptive approaches for primary and secondary schools’ levels, to facilitate even more the introduction of such courses: 
Lesson Plans | Eu School (euatschool.eu)

The resources are available in English, Italian, Polish, Bulgarian, Greek, French and Latvian.

Funded by the European Union. Views and opinions expressed are however those of the author(s) only and do not necessarily reflect those of the European Union or the European Education and Culture Executive Agency (EACEA). Neither the European Union nor EACEA can be held responsible for them.

Project: 2021-1-IT02-KA220-SCH-000023927

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