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Global LearningActual Projects & Referencies


GoScience

The aim of the project is to develop innovative teaching units in the field of science subjects. In these lessons, methods of creative work (e.g. story telling, theater, land art, graffiti, videos) should be tried out. Other European project partners are schools and extra-curricular educational institutions in Bulgaria, Romania, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania and Spain.
The lead project partner is a school in Sofia, Bulgaria. At the first meeting in Florence, the project partners agreed that Germany would like to focus on interested biology teachers. The teaching units are to be developed and tried out for students from grades 7 to 12. The aim is that young people experience themselves as creators and get to know the laws of science. 

Culpeer4Change

Institut equalita started in February 2019 the project Culpeer4Change. The objective of the project is to implement Cultural Peer-Learning Concepts (CLPC) in formal and informal education to develop young people's awareness and critical understanding of the interdependent world and globalised society. CLPC means to implement cultural activities like theatre, music, dance, circus etc. between peer groups as innovative approaches for Global Learning in schools and other educational institutions.

Cultural peer learning concepts become more important as pedagogical methods. The project aims to contribute by CLPC to 3 Sustainable Development Goals (SDG) of the 2030-agenda. Their realization is a challenge not only for governments but ..... 

CULPEER for integration

Institut equalita started in December 2016 a new project in the EU program Erasmus+ under the title “CULPEER for integration - Cultural and peer-learning approaches for successful integration of disadvantaged youth and refugees at school level”

Culture and peer learning approaches become more important as pedagogical methods. The project aims to implement and transfer cultural and peer-learning approaches for successful integration of disadvantaged youth and refugees at school level.