Planetary citizenship: a more holistic and inclusive approach
eNSPIRED spoke to Silvia Elisabeth Moraes. She works at the Faculty of Education of the Universidade Federal do Ceará in Brazil and is currently supervising an interdisciplinary project on planetary citizenship in the curriculum of a Brazilian university. While you have probably heard of global citizenship, Silvia prefers to talk about planetary citizenship.
Publication | 8 years of eNSPIRED: an overview
In this publication, we are looking back at the achievements of the eNSPIRED programme over the past few years. Since 2014, we have been organising workshops, seminars and learning weeks for teacher trainers, educations advisers and (future) teachers with education experts from countries in Africa, Asia and South America. We have tried to include all the materials that have been developed. Read, watch, listen and make use of these resources. They are and will remain, at your disposal through our online channels.
Students on the benefits of an internship for their development
Internships abroad are very valuable for the personal and professional development of students. VVOB asked Flemish students a couple of questions after their internship in VVOB’s partner countries.
Internship mentors on the benefits of an internship of a Flemish student
VVOB asked some internship mentors questions on the benefits of an internship of a Flemish student
Flemish university colleges about the advantages of international mobility
International mobility has not only added value for the personal development of students and teachers. It can also contribute to the internationalisation of the curriculum and thus add value to the course and the university college as a whole.
Bilingual education in Vietnam
To increase access to quality education, UNICEF Vietnam implemented a bilingual education programme for children of minority groups in the period 2006-2015. In this video, you will be introduced to the transition model where children first receive education in their mother tongue and gradually learn Vietnamese. Pupils and their parents testify about the effects of the programme on their children's well-being and learning outcomes.
Intercultural education in Ecuador
Ángel Japón and Marcelo Quishpe (University of Cuenca, Ecuador) made a learning visit to Belgium. They both have expertise in intercultural pedagogy and follow the developments in the field of diversity in Ecuador, each from their own discipline, respectively pedagogy and history. In this video message, they contextualise the diversity in Ecuador and talk about the educational challenges this entails.