The project

The Seeval Project

The SEEVAL project aims to prepare an educators’ training course and protocols of action for a whole school approach in implementation of Social and emotional education (SEE). Educational practices for social and emotional learning will be collected and shared for further use as freely accessible Open educational resources to support educators with pedagogical and didactical tools for addressing development of students’ competences for self-management, self-awareness, social awareness, responsible decision making, relationships and values. The project activities are focused on students in middle school and in the beginning of high-school education (10–16 years’ old). Students with disadvantaged backgrounds (minority, migrant, refugee, socially disadvantaged) will benefit the most from the outcomes of this project, which addresses educators’ and learners’ needs simultaneously.

The project partners will build on good practices from European countries, which will be adapted with the support of experts from the Centre for Resilience and Socio-Emotional Health (CRES) at the University of Malta, led by Prof. Carmel Cefai. At the start of the SEEVAL project partners will engage in inquiries of the needs of the educators and learners, in order to select, adapt, pilot and shape resources suitable for building social and emotional skills of the students in a way that adequately matches the national policies and practices in this field.

The SEEVAL project’s duration is three years – December 2019- November 2022.

Project partners:

  • Department of Information and In-service Teacher Training at Trakia University, Bulgaria
  • Center of Creative Training Association (CCTA), Bulgaria
  • University Ca’ Foscari Venezia, Italy
  • Centre for Resilience and Socio-Emotional Health, University of Malta, Malta
  • World University Service – Osterreichisches Komitee Verein, Austria
  • Action Synergy SA, Greece
  • National Center for Policy and Evaluation in Education (NCPEE), Romania

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