Teaching EU Values in Schools through European programs during COVID-19 pandemic. The “Teachers4Europe: setting an Agora for Democratic Culture” Program

 
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Teaching EU Values in Schools through European programs during COVID-19 pandemic. The “Teachers4Europe: setting an Agora for Democratic Culture” Program (EL)

Asderaki, Foteini
Sideri, Olga

The establishment of the European Education Area is fundamental for the development of the European Union of Values. The importance of education is the basis of active citizenship and fundamental values that should lie at the heart of the EU as stated in the Paris Declaration 2015, the EU Leaders’ Agenda at the Social Summit for Fair Jobs and Growth in Gothenburg, 2017 and the new EU strategic agenda 2019-2014. In order to achieve this goal, special attention must be paid to human resources, especially teachers, who, as the main pillars of education, are the key-actors to promote European values. This policy brief outlines the importance of teaching EU values in a digital environment due to Covid-19 pandemic era. “Teachers4Europe setting an Agora for Democratic Culture” program establishes a European network of teachers. Teachers4Europe network challenge is to become the driving force for the promotion of the EU values even in times of social distancing. A prerequisite for promoting EU values lies in the continuous training of teachers and students on issues related to the EU, the reshaping of the curricula, the enhancement of digital skills and digital literacy to advance civic competences and the participation in European programs. The flexibility of European programs offers the opportunity to teachers and students to interact with their peers and stakeholders through e-conferences, e-schools and online lessons. Through this process, effective policy proposals and good practices would emerge, while at the same time alternative forms of education will be established in cases of global crisis as the Covid 19 pandemic. (EL)

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pupils (EL)
simulation (EL)
coronavirus (EL)
covid-19 (EL)
pandemic (EL)
teachers for europe (EL)
public policy (EL)
experiential learning (EL)
EU (EL)
Democratic Culture (EL)
e-learning (EL)
european policies (EL)
education policy (EL)
European Parliament (EL)
European Education Area (EL)
education in transition (EL)


HAPSc Policy Briefs Series

Αγγλική γλώσσα

2020-06-30


Hellenic Association of Political Scientists (HAPSc) (EL)

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2732-6578
HAPSc Policy Briefs Series; Vol 1, No 1 (2020): ; 259-270 (EL)
HAPSc Policy Briefs Series; Vol 1, No 1 (2020): ; 259-270 (EN)

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