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About European Values. A Guide to Learning and Teaching

Language: EN
Document available also in: DE

Posted by Tino BOUBARIS

Value discussions are currently booming in Europe, i.e. in relation to current social developments and upheavals. This guide is intended to provide teachers and learners with the necessary foundations for an open, fruitful and knowledge-based discussion of European values. At the same time, the guideline should encourage teachers in adult education, but also other educators, to engage in the teaching of European values in their courses and offers, and to successfully plan and implement teaching and learning activities. 

The authors of this guide have developed a strategy for communicating European values based on the model of Cultural Intelligence (CQ). We applied this approach to teaching European values and therefore suggest the EQ model described in this guide. It contains four steps from motivation and drive, knowledge and resources, reflection and awareness to planning and practice that may be helpful in developing your course or lesson offer on this topic. The guide explains these four steps and provides examples of the practical implementation.

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Editors: Anke Egblomassé, Tino Boubaris (VNB). Contributing Authors: Maja Mitevska, Nikola Neskoski (Ecologic), Charlotte Walters, Nicholas Walters (INTEVAL), Margit Helle Thomsen, Henning Schultz (mhtconsult), Andrea Fischer, Edith Draxl (uniT)
Publication Date:
Thursday, 14 June, 2018
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  • Tino BOUBARIS's picture
    The guide ist now as well available in German, Danish and Macedonian language on the project website: www.val-eu.eu