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Sharing is caring! Useful resources for all!

One of the main new features of our website is "Miscellaneous" where you can find photos from our courses, pedagogical material created by our participants for various levels of education, but also resources for the classroom or useful websites that will make any teacher’s life easier. Here you can find a small selection of them that we have used on various occasions.

As we aim to transfer our knowledge but also to share useful material that can be helpful to teachers, students or educators in general, we would like to bring to your knowledge the site of the High Commission for Refugees. It’s a site posting very important material about refugees, like short animation videos, terminology clarifications, children’s books, lesson plans etc that can help teachers create inclusion lessons for their students and bridge the differences between local and refugee children.

You might also find interesting the UNHCR on youtube which contains short videos of 1-3 minutes forming a large collection of refugees stories, explainers and other materials on refugees, asylum-seekers and stateless persons that are very enlightening. As time in the classroom is important, these short videos can be easily used and viewed due to their short duration.

As heritage in all its forms (cultural, natural, historical etc) plays a significant role not only for Erasmus+ priorities but also for the whole world, “World Heritage Journeys” was created which is an initiative by UNESCO in collaboration with National Geographic and local heritage and tourism managers. The aim of this initiative is to showcase World Heritage destinations and help travelers experience them in ways that protect and support their outstanding value and the local communities that sustain them. In this link, the destinations can be explored.

Whatever you decide to explore from this link, don’t miss out on Paphos, the birthplace of Greek goddess Aphrodite, location that is a hotspot in our course about Myths and Legends.

World Water Day is celebrated around the world every 22nd of March. Why? Because water affects us all, and we need everyone to take action. That means us! Everyone, school and community can make a difference by changing the way we use, consume and manage water in our lives. On the website of World Water Day, you can find reports, stories, material, actions and much more that can be helpful in the classroom.

This is a collection of 100 STEAM Projects created for teachers and educators to do with youth. Each project encourages exploration, modification, and students to pursue their own ideas and curiosities. They are also meant to be accessible, both in approach and availability and cost of materials. Feel encouraged to adapt them to your local learning space.



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