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Hand in Hand – Social and Emotional Skills for Tolerant and Non-discriminative Societies (A Whole School Approach)

“Hand in Hand – Social and Emotional Skills for Tolerant and Non-discriminative Societies (A Whole School Approach)” is an intervention study that started in March 2017. The project has a duration of three years. It is organised and supervised by researchers, politicians and practioners from five European countries (Slovenia, Sweden, Croatia and Germany).

Project Description

“Hand in Hand – Social and Emotional Skills for Tolerant and Non-discriminative Societies (A Whole School Approach)” is an intervention study that started in March 2017. The project has a duration of three years. It is organised and supervised by researchers, politicians and practioners from five European countries (Slovenia, Sweden, Croatia and Germany).

Objectives

The main goal of the study is to promote social, emotional and intercultural skills (SEI) of both students and teachers through target-group specific trainings. This in turn is expected to have a long-term positive effect on the quality of the learning environment and the overall school climate, especially for students with migrant backgrounds.

For more information, visit the official program website: www.handinhand.si

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Funding

Erasmus+ eng

Project management

Project Details

State:
Current projects
Duration:
03/2017 – 02/2020
Funding:
External funding
Department: Educational Quality and Evaluation
Contact:
last modified Sep 04, 2017

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