Kinaesthetic learning – the style that involves movement for memory retention – lends itself perfectly to environmental education, a subject that encourages learners to get outside and expose themselves to a range of different environments. Environmental education is essential for both education providers and wider businesses. This blog post explores the harmonious relationship between kinaesthetic learning and environmental education; different educational activities that directly relate to environmental protection; and organisation that can visit community groups, education providers and businesses.
The President of the Republic of Lithuania Dalia Grybauskaitė has once said “Our freedom is fragile - we must strengthen it with the way we work and the way we live”.
Greek Carers Network EPIONI advocates for continuous and quality support services to individuals who work as informal, unpaid carers of family members or friends who are struggling with a physical or mental illness, disability or addiction in Greece. EPIONI is a member of several European and national networks. Among these Eurocarers, the European Network of Carers Organizations, Mental Health Europe, EASPD ( the European Association of Service Providers) and the European Federation of Associations of Families of People with Mental Illness (EUFAMI).
“What does it mean to really include people with disability and/or special needs in the new job panorama?” This question has inspired Logosabile Onlus to create the project “Transfer&Empower”(T&E) which has provided 20 young participants with the opportunity to strengthen and enhance their entrepreneurial and digital competences, including soft-skills and problem solving, through a empowering pathway with the added value of a 16
The educator does not have to accept the fact that digital-native learners are used to acting superficially and need constant change with their thoughts and eyes always on a digital device in expectation of new enjoyment.