Welcome To D-MANeD project

In this project we are addressing the needs of primary and secondary (high school) teachers and educators working with minorities, people with fewer opportunities, such as rural youth in creating innovative learning experiences, which are more inclusive. We use digital environments, and we deal with emotional understanding. Thus, the project supports participants to deliver high quality teaching that deals with the complexity of the learners by focusing their approaches on inclusion, improving attainment and continuing education as well as empowering learners.

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The Consortium

The consortium counts with the participation of 8 organizations from Greece, Cyprus, Romania, Germany and the Netherlands. Specifically, the consortium consists of 4 schools and 2 knowledge/research organizations and 2 NGOs.

Latest News

Check below the latest news of our activity! If you want to read all out news and updates, please click on the "News" tab from the main navigation menu of our website!

Our last training activity took place in Romania with success!

Teachers and students from the 4 partner school met in Romania and the beautiful Bran from 19-25 January 2023 to reflect on all the "lessons learned" from the training experiences of the project, as well as to test the skills development in core topics, such as eLearning, formal and informal learning, outdoor learning, emotional and sensorial learning, among other topics.

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The D-MANeD project has achieved to sign "Letters of Commitment" with 14 organizations

After completing the training courses, the D-MANeD partners disseminated the project and its training activities to their networks and we are extremely proud to report that we have signed "letters of commitment" with 14 more education and youth organizations who join as associated partners.

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The last two trainings from our teachers' perspective!

We were very happy to receive two videos from one of our teachers who participated in the training courses "visual arts and theater" (held in Cyprus) and "movement, music, dance and rhetoric" (held in Athens). Check them out to see how he experienced these trainings! Thank you Alexis!

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Our 4th Newsletter is out!

It is with great pleasure that we share the 4th newsletter on our project! This newsletter includes information about the 4th training course, which took place in Athens, Greece; the results of the survey from the teachers on how the trainings impacted their teaching practice; our face-to-face transnational project meeting and the upcoming events.

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