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"Fundacja ""Dla Polonii""

Country: Poland

"Fundacja ""Dla Polonii""

2 Projects, page 1 of 1
  • Funder: European Commission Project Code: 2016-1-PL01-KA205-024030
    Funder Contribution: 66,545 EUR

    The main objective of the project is to stimulate young people to aim at being able to function professionally within the sphere of electronic media in order to acquire skillsimportant on the labour market. It is directed towards youth whose initial situation is made difficult since they come countries outside EU, yet they have already started or intend to begin schooling, often with view of future university studies, in one of the EU countries. The activities of those young people should not be limited to participation in the educational courses but should involve creating their own electronic media projects and meeting some “adult” challenges. However, in order to achieve this, it is necessary to obtain appropriate language skills and a certain levelof cultural-historical knowledge. Self-organization into Youth Media Clubs involving young people both from within and outside EU will build a structural network which will help to further develop the project in the future. Another aim of the project is to convince and educate a growing number of teachers to use informal education tools as natural support for traditional education techniques; it should help teach students independence of thought, self-belief and creativity. Social-educational-communication and multilingual web portal, which is part of the project, is intended, on the one hand, to teach and broaden the knowledge and skills relating to electronic media as well as to the situation of the young people in EU neighbouring countries, and on the other, it should become a platform for specific projects integrating youth from both EU and other countries, helping them to know each other.Completion of this project means building up organizational foundation and preparing tools that would help young people from outside EU, the youngest generation of migrants, adapt to life in EU, initially those studying in Poland and Lithuania, and later in other EU countries.

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  • Funder: European Commission Project Code: 2016-1-PL01-KA201-026703
    Funder Contribution: 133,515 EUR

    "The goal of the project was in line with the priorities of strategic partnerships for the school education sector. The main activities were aimed at supporting teachers working with diverse groups of students, above all migrants, as well as undertaking cooperation with parents of students from disadvantaged backgrounds. The objectives of the project were also in line with the Paris Declaration in the field of developing social, civic and intercultural competences, combating discrimination and segregation, as well as measures reducing disparities in the learning outcomes of people coming from disadvantaged backgrounds.The aim of the project was also to establish strategic cooperation between three organizations involved in education of children and youth at the gymnasium and high school stage. These institutions are dealing with a student in a special situation: foreigners who for various reasons (mainly family and economic) have decided to study in Poland or young people representing a national minority in their countries of residence. The partnership is created by the Polonia High School from Poland, an association supporting Polish schools in Lithuania and an association that runs a Polish school in Hungary. The direct recipients of the project were teachers, middle school and high school students as well as their parents.As part of the task, outline and maths, business and history lesson plans and numerous didactic materials were created - rebuses, crosswords, games including online and urban games that support the education process for both teachers and students.A guidebook for parents and students who want to start education abroad has also been developed. These are informational materials that will comprehensively prepare a young man in middle school and high school age to study and start living abroad. It has been published in three languages ​​in Polish, Russian and English, and it contains the full path of dealing with the student - from the idea of ​​learning abroad to come and support long-term adaptation process, information package for student and parent and assumptions for support programs ""Family guardian "". Migration for learning is not only about the student, very often his whole family. The activity was directed directly to students and their parents.All these materials have been placed on the project website: www.e-akademia.net"

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