We know very little about other countries and cultures, and sometimes we have stereotyped knowledge so why don’t we learn about them in a creative way?
The activity is a process of intercultural learning, research, analysis and problem solving.
This is a card game in which players, as Members of Parliament in an imaginary country called Dignityland, are asked to decide on the social policies concerning social rights within a development plan for the next years.
Following the January 2015 Paris attacks, PAV and the French Foundation (Fondation de France / FAVT) have developed a project to encourage school children to express themselves around the issue of terrorism.
AppRaiser is a web solution for a professional development appraisal for trainers. AppRaiser virtual environment offers trainers to complete self-assessment of their professional competences, collect external feedback from others and plan their learning.
Frendovska klupa (Buddy Bench Hrvatska) is an international and humanitarian project invented for a purpose of preventing and oppressing peer bullying, encouraging inclusion, making new friendships between children of kindergarten and elementary school.
The letter exchange is a technique useful for different contexts: it can be used in a multilingual way, with a technological support, involving local and foreign children, youngsters, adults.
We will be presenting 3 games we have created. These games work on multilingualism and centre on the theme of interculturality.
Our tool is an innovative way of raising awareness on dyslexia and positive self-esteem. The strength of our tool is the 2 videos that have been scripted by the youth themselves. A way to start a conversation about dyslexia. Are you ready to listen?
Գործիքը ինտերակտիվ խաղ է, որի կիրառման միջոցավ բացահայտվում է ուսուցման մեջ խաղարկայնացման և թվային գործիքների կիրառման կարևորությունը։
“Tell me about your journey” is a non formal education activity enhancing the sharing with the participants of migration journey’s experiences, stimulating empathy."