This section will include reflections on key ideas and challenges faced by KIDS4ALLL team throughout the unfolding of the project.
In occasion of the European Researcher’s Night, the UniTo team investigated with a variety of actors involved in the daily educational scenario on collaboration schemes in (non)formal learning processes.
The first phase of KIDS4ALLL was dedicated to mapping research and pilot projects on local, national and EU level that focus on peer-to-peer and mentoring schemes for children in order to provide a cross-national comparative analysis of collaboration schemes in education and in particular on best practices regarding LLL competences.
Three KIDS4ALLL partners came together to share their learnings from the recent Covid-19 induced digital education experiences for migrant students on a recent panel at the 18th IMISCOE Annual Conference.
This seminar focusing on Literacy and Numerical Skills, revolved around two successful educational actions for inclusion and social cohesion.
The first KIDS4ALLL seminar focused on social-emotional skills and particular attention was given to emerging challenges linked to exploring and assessing social, emotional and intercultural skills.