Under the Program Erasmus+ KA2 STRATEGIC PARTNERSHIPS IN RESPONSE OF THE COVID-19 SITUATION, Vilnius University together with INOVA+ is preparing a proposal on the subject of Data Literacy for Education.
With the COVID-19 pandemic shifting schools across the country to online learning models, teachers need to be able to nimbly use the information that is available to them to support student learning. Knowing what to do with that information— how to communicate, marshal resources, and tailor practice to student needs — are the same skills teachers need in a regular classroom setting but have taken on new urgency during a time of disruption.
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Under the Erasmus+ Program KA2 STRATEGIC PARTNERSHIPS IN RESPONSE OF THE COVID-19 SITUATION, INOVA+ is preparing a proposal addressing the action Partnerships for Creativity (in the fields of youth, school education and adult education), with the priority Skills development and inclusion through creativity and the arts.
Due to the COVID 19 pandemic, many sectors and specific target groups have undergone major changes and challenges. In young people, emotional and social issues were the most affected due to all the social distance, lack of affection and contact with friends and family, adaptation to digital reality, etc. In the artistic and cultural sector, the activities were all cancelled or postponed, audiences were lost and a new need was born to adapt new forms and job opportunities for these artists.
Knowing the positive impact that the arts (performing, visual, media, etc.) have on the emotional, cognitive and social dimension of young people, the ART4EMOTION project aims to create a “physical” Art Atelier in schools (different the all others ateliers/workshops) designed only to work on emotions and the well-being with young students
We would like to understand if this project idea is relevant to the current needs of the young people, school and its staff, and the artists and cultural and artistic community.
We kindly ask you to complete this short questionnaire: https://forms.gle/ec93nqgmMabxBo8q6 “
A report by the European School Heads Association (ESHA) based on the data provided by ESHA members in August 2020.
After an almost general emergency school closure for the first time in Europe during spring it was to be expected that the beginning of the new school year would be a great challenge for all stakeholders. We have asked the members of the European School Heads Association to provide us with data on how different countries are dealing with this situation, intending to provide some information and overview of various national approaches in Europe for all decision-makers on the different strategies, inspiring practices with a view to finding common solutions for shared problems that are still unsolved.
The online questionnaire was answered by 19 ESHA members from the following countries. Some countries provided multiple responses which were combined. The responses were from the following countries:
Denmark, The Netherlands, Norway, Germany, Iceland, Croatia, Ireland, Scotland, Belgium (Flanders), Bulgaria, England, Germany (State of North Rhine-Westphalia), Italy (Sicily)
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