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Celebrating 30 years with an event dedicated to non-formal education

In 2019 a member of the EAICY - Center of Creative Learning “Annas 2” (Latvia) - is celebrating its 30 year anniversary. One of the main events of the celebratory year was a symposium dedicated to non-formal education “Interest-based education in the 21st century: Creativity, Personality, Career”.

Position of Cemea, concerning the project of the EU

The document sumarizes the positions of Ceméa, concerning the project of the European Union. The focus is made on Education and the role of the european civil society in a social european project.

7 Ways to Spark Engagement

Strengthening students’ sense of connectedness to their learning is a worthwhile goal, and there are some simple ways to do it.

4 Ways to Develop Creativity in Students

Creativity is a valuable skill, and there are common strategies teachers can use to help students develop it.

Teaching Students How to Deal With Stress

Strategies to help upper elementary and middle school kids who have experienced trauma understand and control their emotions.

Teaching Students to Disagree Productively

Teachers can scaffold discussions from the early grades on in ways that show students how to respectfully share dissenting opinions.

Practicing Community-Based Leadership

Six strategies administrators can use to encourage everyone from students on up to be leaders in their schools and districts.

A 4-Step Process for Building Student Resilience

A special education teacher has developed worksheets to help all students identify and manage their stressors.

Psychotherapist Eugenijus Laurinaitis: "We have to raise our children to be happier than we are"

At the International Conference organized by the Lithuanian Children and Youth Centre on Monday, Vilnius University Professor, a psychotherapist Eugenijus Laurinaitis was contemplating what to focus on when educating future leaders.

It is necessary to teach not only letters but also to understand yourself

At the Conference, Minister of Education and Science Jurgita Petrauskienė, Professor at the University of Malta Carmel Cefai and Professor at the University of Zagreb Renata Miljević-Riđički discussed how to better prepare children for the challenges of the 21st century. / Photo by Alina Ožič