Center for Citizenship Education (Centrum Edukacji Obywatelskiej, CEO)
is the largest Polish non-governmental organisation operating in the sector of education. For 25 years we have been changing the Polish school and committed to wiser and more engaging education for students, more effective and satisfying work for teachers and school principals. We introduce modern teaching methods and formative assessment to schools. We run programmes that help young people to understand the world, develop critical thinking, faith in their own abilities, teach entrepreneurship and responsibility, encourage them to engage in the public life and work for the benefit of others.
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One World in Schools (OWIS)
is one of the educational programmes of the organization People in Need. Since 2001 OWIS endeavours to help responsible young people approach information in an open and critical manner.
OWIS provides teachers with audio-visual lessons, ie. documentary films and methodological materials available online at JSNS.CZ, bringing important topics and specific stories into schools. The OWIS learning materials respond to the situation in society as well as current challenges, individual lessons cover topics such as human rights, development issues, the environment, media literacy, modern history or civic engagement. Emphasis is placed on the practical applicability of the materials, everything is hence produced in cooperation with teachers. Teachers and pupils in more than 3,600 Czech primary and secondary schools work with OWIS materials.
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Os Filhos de Lumière
The Nerve Center
is one of the UK’s most dynamic and innovative creative media centres. Based in Northern Ireland’s two major cities Belfast and Derry-Londonderry, the Nerve Centre provides a regional hub for the creative industries, integrating film and animation production, education, training and exhibition. Northern Ireland Screen is our major funder supporting the strategic role that our organisation plays in creating a talent pipeline for young people into the screen industries.
This role involves among others:
- operating two Creative Learning Centres in Belfast and Derry~Londonderry, supporting teachers and pupils in the creative use of digital technology in the classroom.
- supporting CCEA’s Moving Image Arts A-Level and GCSE that the Nerve Centre played a critical role in developing. These vocational qualifications are now available in more than 100 schools in Northern Ireland and extending as far as Singapore.
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