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Proud to be a teacher - Proud to be European - Proud to teach European Citizenship

Education and Culture - Trainings
Date: Monday, 08 April 2019

Venue: Contact the Organiser

Objectives :
The participants will develop
• their intercultural understanding
• their ability to search for relevant information sources about European matters
• their competences in media literacy: understanding and decoding messages (oral or written texts and visuals)
• their deliberative and decision-making skills
• their self-confidence and ability to express complex opinions
• their knowledge of opportunities for European citizens to make themselves heard by EU Institutions
Expected outcomes
At the end of the course, the participants will be able to
 compare how various medias relate the same event and to identify hidden messages and underlying ideologies
 participate in a real-life debate and reach a joint decision
 create a short video clip on a current European issue
 take part in a Forum-Theatre session
 initiate a Citizens’ initiative to be sent to the European Institutions
Monday, 8 April 2019, 14:00 – Welcome session – Ice-breaking activity: getting to know one another; Setting the objectives; Defining the working methods and the validation tools.
16:30- Sharing initial representations of European Citizenship; Exploring the components of European Citizenship and the competences of the European Citizen.
19:30 – European Buffet
Tuesday, 9 April 2019, 9:00 => 12:30 - Intercultural approach to European identity; Understanding diversity.
14:00 => 18:00 – Visit to “Parlamentarium”, then to the European Parliament and meeting with an MEP
20:00 – Cinema: the film which will be selected by the European Parliament for the 2018 LUX Prize
Wednesday, 10 April 2019, 9:00 => 12:30 - Europe’s major religions – Historical, cultural and moral approaches – The three cultures in Andalusia
14:00 => 17:00 - Separation between State and Church – Religions in National curriculums
No Hate-Speech Movement - http://www.coe.int/en/web/no-hate-campaign
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DV4jjJdyXDE
20:00 – Film : Al-massir (Le destin) 1997 by Youssef CHAHINE about the famous philosopher, AVERROES – The story is set in the 12th century in Arab-ruled Spanish province of Andalusia.
Thursday, 11 April 2019, 9:00 => 12:30 - Decoding the Medias – Comparing the rendering of the same event in various medias, in various countries. Analysis and interpretation.
14:00 => 17:00 – Workshop with a journalist to understand “the tricks of the trade” and to produce one page or video clip for various given medias, taking into account their underlying bias.
20:00 – Euro-Culture tournament.
Friday, 12 April 2019, 9:00 => 12:30 – “Six-Thinking Hats” and how to debate and reach decisions in a European context.
14:00 => 16:00 – Being an articulate European Citizen: Understanding connections between the European Parliament and the citizens – How to launch a Citizens’ Initiative – practical task.
16:30 => 18:00 - Feedback on the course: open discussion. Written evaluation questionnaire. Validation and certification : EUROPASS and ELICIT Portfolio of the European Citizen.

End of the course
 
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All Dates


  • Monday, 08 April 2019

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