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Learn more about the Sophie Activities and Handbook


Activities

"Learn to learn in safe digital environments" is a 20-hour theatre-based workshop for students which will take place in each partner country to:

  • Try out and validate the Forum Theatre (FT) methodology to help students critically engage in digital learning environments and become responsible, healthy, and safe digital citizens, avoiding participating in cyberbullying.

  • Create FT pieces so that students can share their perspective on online learning and digital safety and try out alternatives to conflict.

  • Develop students’ skills to recognise and address the risks connected to the use of the Internet.

  • Understand students’ needs and concerns around the online learning and digital life.


Safe and inclusive online learning for primary school students” is a 10-hour training course for teachers and educators which will take place in each partner country to:

  • To share and learn new strategies to support, accompany and guide students in the digital environments.

  • To detect difficulties of their students in online learning and their causes in order to address them adequately.

  • To share and learn the pros and cons of the online platforms in use.

  • To improve their digital skills, enable them to recognise and address the risks connected to the use of the Internet, with special attention to cyberbullying, and to help children identify and respond to them, while also adapting their methodologies so that online education becomes more effective and inclusive.


Safe and inclusive online learning from home” is a 10-hour training course for families in each country which will take place in each partner country to:

  • To share and learn new strategies to support, accompany and guide their children in the digital environments.

  • To detect difficulties of their children in online learning and their causes in order to address them adequately.

  • To improve their digital skills, enable them to recognize and address the risks connected to the use of the Internet, with special attention to cyberbullying, and to help children identify and respond to them.





Sophie Handbook


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Safe and inclusive online learning for primary school students: The SOPHIE handbook for schools”


The SOPHIE handbook responds to two urgent needs in an intersected manner:

  • Promoting inclusive and safe access of primary school students to online learning.

  • Actively involving teachers, educators and families in ensuring safe digital learning of primary school students.

It includes:

  • An introductory text which provides information on the project and the methodological approach: theatre as a tool to build digital inclusion, competence, safety and resilience in schools.

  • A chapter dedicated to identifying (through protocols) and addressing (through innovative strategies, guidelines and recommendations) the challenges determined by online learning in terms of both inclusion and safety.

  • A chapter including 12 best practices on digital inclusion and 8 best practices on the use of online learning platforms and online learning environments in primary education.

  • A chapter including the learning path and activities carried out by the consortium during the pilot trainings with students, teachers and families.

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