Project number: 2020-1-BG01-KA201-079206
The main goal of the project is to equip teachers of kindergartens and primary schools with knowledge and skills in the use of game methodology. The partnership within the T-Games project plans to create new educational anti-bullying games and a database with game and resource analysis for three age groups (4-5, 6-7, 8-10 years old).
Bullying is one of the few words that causes anxiety to students, parents, teachers, and school principals.
If you want to reduce and mitigate the problem of bullying, you need to start prevention from an early age and help reduce bullying.
– Trained teachers and support staff to help prevent bullying in all its forms
– better informed communities, children, and networks of persecuted parents;
– greater confidence in the use of games in kindergartens and primary schools in and outside the classroom to create safe places to discuss bullying and other contentious issues;
– improve the content of anti-bullying programs for young children within the compulsory education sector by adopting the methodology of games as a school approach to tackling bullying;
– reducing the gaps in knowledge, skills and understanding between partnerships about intimidation and its effects;
Direct target audience:
- teachers of kindergartens and primary schools;
Indirect target group:
- children aged 4 to 10 in kindergartens and primary schools, members of the community and family.
As part of the project, three products will be developed, tested and multiplied:
1: Methodology of creating educational games
Identify the tools and resources that classroom teachers use to address bullying
2: Game methodology guide and test scenarios for teachers
Prepare complementary resources for innovative games that will be effectively adapted to students.
3: A database of anti-bullying games and activities and resources
Gathering best practice for teachers on what interventions have worked in the past. The project will bring together resources and innovative tools that have been developed and used by teachers in hands-on lessons in the classroom.
Project website: in progres
- Mise HERo s.r.o. – Prague, Czech Republic
- ZŠ Orangery s.r.o. – Prague, Czech Republic
- CWEP – Rzeszów, Poland
- Non-public kindergarten with SIKORKI Integration Departments – Boguchwała, Poland
- CPIP – Timisoara, Romania
- ARGES – Pitesti, Romania
- KMOP – Athina, Greece
- Regional Directorate of Primary and Secondary Education of Western Macedonia – Kozani, Greece
- Kindergarten 75 Sarchice – Sofia, Bulgaria
- Know and Can Association – Sofia, Bulgaria