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RESCUR: A Resilence Curriculum for Early and Primary Schools in Europe

About this project

About this project

Project information

Projekt Status

In progress 2012 - 2015

Contact

External

Research Subject

Research environments

Rescur is a three year LLP Comenius project (2012-2015) coordinated by the University of Malta and including University of Crete (Greece), University of Lisbon (Portugal), Orebro University (Sweden), University of Pavia (Italy), and University of Zagreb (Croatia).

It is aimed at developing a resilience curriculum for early and primary education in Europe through intercultural and transnational collaboration, tapping into the resources and expertise of the various partners.

The curriculum will be developed on the basis of the current social, economic and technological needs and challenges of the partners involved, and seek to develop in learners the requisite knowledge and skills needed to overcome such challenges in their lives to achieve academic success and social and emotional wellbeing as young citizens in the EU.

It will seek to address the needs of vulnerable children such as Roma children, children with disability, gifted children, and children of refugees, immigrants and ethnic minorities.

The curriculum will be piloted in a number of schools in each partner country and the final product includes manuals for school teachers and parents.

Collaborators

  • Anastassios Matsopoulos, University of Crete
  • Assunta Zanetti, University of Pavia
  • Birgitta Kimber,
  • Carmel Cefai, University of Malta
  • Celeste Simoes, Technical University of Lisbon
  • Marija Saric, University of Zagreb
  • Mariza Gavogiannaki,
  • Paul Bartolo, University of Malta
  • Paula Lebre, Technical University of Lisbon
  • Renata Miljevic-Ridicki, University of Zagreb
  • Roberta Renati, University of Pavia
  • Tea Pavin Ivanec, University of Zagreb
  • Valeria Cavioni, University of Pavia