Teacher’s Prosocial Values Training Platform

This is  a training platform. You are invited to read the files and at the end to test your knowledge playing our multilingual game

 

 

General curriculum for teachers training

General introduction at the basis for the training on ProSocial Learning. The program focuses on teacher’s support by offering key themes, tools, and methods for teaching common values and pro-social behavior. Description of goals, modules, and target groups.ays them.

Solving conflict creatively

Managing conflicts in class is often complicated. They can be transformed in important moments to improve prosocial skills and healthy expression of feeling darkness the cattle, first from days gathering green can’t great Whose to, us face which fowl days them.

It’s a jungle out there!

Animals can teach something about us. The diversity can be the base on which to build a community/classroom of cooperation, providing opportunity for personal development in an assertive ways.

 

Storytelling

Storytelling is a powerful tool to develop a values-centred teaching approach and it gives to the students the possibility to form their own world view..

Prosociality

What is the relational importance of non-formal activities in the formal education context? An overview on the use of games and robotics to create a prosocial environment

Gamification

What is gamification and how to use it in the educational contexts? Practical tips and link to organize and manage a gamified lesson to foster prosocial values

 

Digital Games Among Peers

The digital games are a daily presence in children’s life. How can they be allies in the promotion of prosocial values?

Serious learning through prosociality

Tools and advice to create lesson plans for discussing about prosociality through the use of videogames in a classroom with students of different ages.

Prosocial Robotics

Educational robotics is a powerful tool to create an inclusive classroom and to analyse the social rules. The presentation collects practical hints to arrange robotics activities in classmates

 

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