Children are not the only ones who need education. That's why the Open Academy Step by Step is often involved in collaborative learning and forms strategic partnerships through numerous international and local projects. Such activities are intended to implement the best practices, as well as developing and testing innovative practices with the focus on childhood. The ultimate goal is to enable children’s participation in high-quality processes and the development of educators’ professional competences of educators, and the empowerment of institutions, families, and communities.
ALCOR is an Erasmus+ project that will run from winter 2021 until summer 2023 with the objective of encouraging multilingual learning and parental engagement of migrant and minority students.
The aim of the project is to raise awareness among educational professionals about the importance of joint reflections adapted to their needs, as part of continuous professional development.
The project aims to support the professional development of primary and secondary school principals from Croatia and Macedonia, focusing on inclusive education and using good practices from Slovenia and the Netherlands.
A project aimed at raising awareness among pre-school and school professionals about the importance of facilitating children's transition from kindergarten to school.
The goal of the program is to ensure access to multidisciplinary, adequately funded services in communities in the area of Međimurje County, the region with the highest rate of of poor access to child protection and family support services.
The project goals were to promote inclusion and social justice in local community with the respects the cultural diversity of Roma people and creates equal opportunities for social integration.
The goal of this project was to develop an extra-curricular programme aimed at preserving the language and culture of the Boyash Roma in elementary schools, allowing Boyash Roma pupils to nurture a positive identity.
The aim of the project was to empower community representatives to better engage parents from vulnerable groups, in particular parents - former prisoners, the socially disadvantaged and marginalised and their family members in the community.
SEED - SOCIAL AND EMOTIONAL EDUCATION AND DEVELOPMENT: UPSCALING AWARENESS AND SKILLS IN ECEC PRACTICE
Project is designed to both show the importance of the social and emotional well-being for children’s development and learning, and to support the professional development of practitioners in the area of social and emotional well-being.
The aim of the project is to encourage development and equalize the chances for children from Roma families with the help of the Play Hub which is a meeting place for several families surrounded by stimulating, educational activities and materials.
BUILDING LOCAL AND NATIONAL CAPACITIES FOR THE EDUCATIONAL INTEGRATION OF CHILDREN SEEKING INTERNATIONAL PROTECTION AND MIGRANT CHILDREN (aged 4-15 years)
The goal of the project was to support kindergartens, schools and other educational professionals in building a more flexible system suitable for migrant children.
The goal of this project was the development of a model to introduce formative assessment and pilot it in six elementary schools.