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2020 - LE.MO.N.

 

school education

MEGA (Make Europe Great Again)

 

 

Project period: October 2020 – June 2023
Target group:
– Youngsters from secondary schools in the countries of the project consortium
– Teachers from the countries of the project consortium
Coordinator: Pistes Solidaires (France)
Partners of the project: Pistes Solidaires (France), Forum Za Slobodu Odgoja (Croatia), Eurosoc Digital (Germany), Casa do Professor (Portugal), Asociación Caminos (Spain)
Website: see the website

 

 


 

The context:
Even if learning about the European Union at school has been on the European agenda for more than 20 years, recent studies have shown the lack of knowledge of topics concerning the EU. Although learning about the EU is mandatory in school curricula, teachers find obstacles while teaching about these topics, as they do not have the knowledge, the content or the materials to do so.
MEGA (Make Europe Great Again) offers a single point of access for teachers, where they can learn about different European topics through e-learning courses. At the same time, this platform will present different prepared lessons (in the languages of the project consortium, plus in English) so as to support the teaching of these topics in class.

The objectives:
– To develop a European feeling of common values among young people
– To fight against the obstacles teachers have to face while teaching information about Europe in different age groups
– To develop complementary and coherent resources in different subjects for teachers
– To identify, collect and organize a database of European educational resources on Europe
– To develop a sustainable platform for a future use by all the countries of the EU

 

The result:
– 5 country specific White Paper reports and a cross-analysis for the European level
– 5 country specific data base of schools and teachers
– A multilingual platform with educational resources (5 information modules)
– European learning via digital learning for secondary school teachers
– 6 policy papers, one in each language of the project and one more general in English
– 1 study carried out over the 3 school years of the project