THE SECOND PORTUGUESE EDUCATIONAL FORUM FOR TEACHERS WAS HELD SUCCESSFULLY LAST WEEK

THE SECOND PORTUGUESE EDUCATIONAL FORUM FOR TEACHERS WAS HELD SUCCESSFULLY LAST WEEK

In cooperation with the José Estêvão School Cluster of Aveiro, INOVA+ has organized and implemented the second Educational Forum for teachers, on 28th June. A total of 36 teachers from different schools of the José Estêvão School Cluster and school levels have participated in this Forum. Participants were introduced to the CARMA project activities and results achieved, with focus on the catalogue of non-formal techniques and on the teachers’ assessment model. The methodology followed, which…

CARMA EVALUATION SEMINAR ON EFVET MAGAZINE

EfVET magazine published in the June 2018 edition a two-pages news about the evaluation seminar for teachers. CARMA Evaluation seminar was held in Istanbul (Turkey) and being hosted by DOGA schools following the earlier activities of the project and experimentation of the non-formal techniques. During the two days of the seminar, teachers discussed on what they have learnt, what has been an impact of non-formal methods on their students and themselves, and what they can do next to support the…

CARMA EVALUATION SEMINAR – THE CELEBRATION OF AN AMAZING EXPERIENCE!

“Amazing experience!” is how Ana Fernandes, an English teacher from Portugal, described her participation in the CARMA Evaluation Seminar, that took place in Istanbul, last November. The purpose of the seminar was to gather a group of 23 teachers and experts in (non-formal) education – who have participated in the pilot experience of the CARMA project – to share with their peers their experiences in using RMA and other Non-Formal Learning Techniques in their classrooms,…

CARMA – EVALUATION SEMINAR IN ISTANBUL

CARMA – EVALUATION SEMINAR IN ISTANBUL

How to transform the scholastic practices to favor interaction, creativeness and the mutual learning between teachers and students? On 22nd – 23rd3 November 2017, teachers from 7 countries were together again after one year of starting their journey with the CARMA project. The CARMA journey has been challenging, inspiring and collaborative. After meeting in Palermo in October 2016 for the European Workshop on collaborative competences, teachers for one year have been testing and implementing non-formal…

CARMA PROJECTS MEET IN ISTANBUL TO DEBATE ON THE FUTURE OF NON-FORMAL LEARNING METHODS FOR STUDENT’S MOTIVATION

Istanbul will be the venue for a 2-day meeting between CARMA’s partners, the non-formal Learning Experts and teachers participating in the pilot experience, coming from 7 European countries, where the future of the non-formal learning methods for student’s motivation will be debated. Starting with an analysis of the results of the implementation of the national pilots, presented first-hand by the teachers involved, the event will be an important moment to understand how each school and each…

CARMA: SECOND NEWSLETTER PUBLISHED!

The second CARMA newsletter details the latest project developments, in particular, the selection of CARMA as a success story for social inclusion for the 30th Anniversary of Erasmus+ and the launch of its new interactive video showcasing the main features of the project. The newsletter also offers an insight into the experiences of teachers in using the non-formal educational methods to transform classroom practices and motivate students, presented whilst taking a caffè macchiato with teacher…

CARMA TAKES A CAFFE MACCHIATO WITH TEACHER BARBARA

CARMA TAKES A CAFFE MACCHIATO WITH TEACHER BARBARA

For some teachers and students across Europe, this school year has been slightly different. Traditional didactic lessons were replaced by non-formal educational activities and the Reciprocal Maieutic Approach (RMA) of Danilo Dolci. Trained teachers from Italy, Spain, Portugal, France, Belgium, Austria and Turkey, supported by non-formal experts, have engaged their students in collaborative learning activities with the aim to address challenges in school education. Thanks to CARMA project! At the end of April 2017, CARMA…

A STORY OF SOCIAL INCLUSION FOR THE 30TH ANNIVERSARY OF ERASMUS+

A STORY OF SOCIAL INCLUSION FOR THE 30TH ANNIVERSARY OF ERASMUS+

The project, CARMA, RMA and other non-formal learning methods for Student Motivation has been selected as a success story for social inclusion for the 30th Anniversary of Erasmus+, and is featured in the anniversary campaign that celebrates the achievements of Erasmus+ so far and reflects on the future Europe that we can build together. CARMA is co-funded by Erasmus+ KA3: Support for policy reform, Prospective Initiatives Forward-Looking Cooperation Project and addresses the promotion of “innovative,…