HAND in HAND

The HAND in HAND programme’s overall goal is to contribute to the building of inclusive societies by improving the social, emotional and intercultural competencies of students and school staff – the whole school approach.

HAND in HAND is an Erasmus K3 policy experimentation project lead by Educational Research institution (Slovenia) in cooperation with 8 partners: - MESS - Ministry of Education, Science and Sport (Slovenia), - MIUN Mittuniversitet - Mid Sweden University (Sweden), - DIPF German institute for International Education Research (Germany), - TUM - Technical University of Munich (Germany), - ISRZ - Institute for Social Research in Zagreb (Croatia), - Via University College (Denmark), - NEPC - Network of education policy Centres. The HAND in HAND project will develop an open-access systemic policy tool – an EU-based SEI (social-emotional and intercultural) learning programme: the HAND in HAND programme. The HAND in HAND programme’s overall goal is to contribute to the building of inclusive societies by improving the social, emotional and intercultural competencies of students and school staff – the whole school approach. The whole school approach engages the entire school community (in our case: students of one class, their teachers, counsellors and principal) in a cohesive, collective and collaborative effort. Even though the SEI competencies have proven positive effects on individual-level and school-level outcomes, so far they are not explicitly included in all national education systems across Europe. The project aims to change the role of SEI competencies in educational settings. The project’s aims are to: - develop valid and reliable SEI measures for students and school staff - prepare an SEI HAND in HAND programme for students - prepare an SEI HAND in HAND programme for school staff - test the HAND in HAND programmes’ effectiveness using a quasi-experimental design across partner countries - develop HAND in HAND guidelines for both policy and practice The project is co-funded by the Erasmus+ Programme of the European Union.

Mission: KEY MESSAGE of the project: Every young person should have equal access to participate and benefit from high-quality and inclusive education. Further increasing school staff’s dedication and improving the classroom climate’s inclusiveness may be considered a strategy for ensuring social well-being and overall positive growth. Fostering SEI competencies and the relational competence of school staff and students is an important first step in creating caring and inclusive environments in which all students receive the individual learning support they need. All learners (both students and school staff) and their various needs should be at the centre of education. They should be leaders of their own learning, supported by appropriate policy actions and services coherently organised at the system level. The HAND in HAND programme aims to develop a systemic tool to help address these key priorities across Europe.

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"At this moment, when children are not physically present at their schools, school community that cares and nurtures a sense of belonging is even more important." HAND IN HAND colleague dr. Iris Marušić on the importance of empathy 🧡

What can be done through education to keep the emphatic approach after the emergencies are over?

Find out the answer to this question in our interview with Iris Marušić, senior researcher at Institute for Social Research in Zagreb – Croatia, about the importance of solidarity and empathy and on the crucial role that schools have in supporting it ⬇

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Measuring Social, Emotional and Intercultural/Transcultural Competencies in European Context: Insights from the Policy Experimentation Project HAND IN HAND - AWG

Our HAND IN HAND BLOG is out. 🎉🎉🎉 Check it out
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Thank you Collaborative for Academic, Social, and Emotional Learning (CASEL)for invitation 💙

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measuringsel.casel.org By:Ana Kozina, Educational Research Institute, Ljubljana, SloveniaNina Roczen, DIPF | Leibniz Institute for Research and Information in Education, Frankfurt, GermanyAlbert Denk, Technical University Munich, Munich, Germany “HAND in HAND: Social and Emotional Skills for Tolerant and Non-discriminat...

Effects of Emotional Competencies Support on Psychological Functioning in Time of Pandemic - EnKlikAnketa - 1KA spletne ankete

Have you tried out English on-line version of inner exercises and body exercises to help you cope with current situation. 🧘‍♀️🧘‍♀️Following your well-being and effects of inner and body exercises during COVID-19 is part of our research work. If not yet, we warmly invite you to try out the exercises and complete the on-line survey.

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🌿 Even though we would be extremely grateful for your feedback you are free to use the exercises without having to fill out the questionnaire (https://www.1ka.si/a/272522). The exercises are available at the beginning of the questionnairre.

Thank you for sharing 🧡

1ka.si Staying in contact with oneself and managing your emotions can be especially challenging in times of pandemic. In the HAND IN HAND project (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bRm5dtsKwBs) we have used exercises that can enhance contact with yourself and coping (read more about the exercises here: https...

Effects of Emotional Competencies Support on Psychological Functioning in Time of Pandemic - EnKlikAnketa - 1KA spletne ankete

🌿 How to be in contact with yourself, how to regulate your feelings, emotions, thoughts, how joint attention to ourselves, others and society can influence our own well-being and well-being of others has been a research focus of the HAND IN HAND project for the past three years. Among other activities we have also used a set of exercises for which positive outcomes have been evident in practice and research.
🌿 We would like to invite you to try them out and see how they feel to you especially in the challenging time of the COVID-19 pandemic. To be able to see whether the exercises are helpful and if they can be used in this way, we would like to ask you to provide feedback in the form of an online questionnaire (10 minutes) before (and after) doing the exercises.
🌿 Even though we would be extremely grateful for your feedback you are free to use the exercises without having to fill out the questionnaire (https://www.1ka.si/a/272522). The exercises are available at the beginning of the questionnairre.

Thank you for sharing 🧡

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1ka.si Staying in contact with oneself and managing your emotions can be especially challenging in times of pandemic. In the HAND IN HAND project (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bRm5dtsKwBs) we have used exercises that can enhance contact with yourself and coping (read more about the exercises here: https...

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"Solidarity, empathy and action is what is always needed, now more than ever, we are proud that our community has the courage to stay open and generous in times of uncertainty and that it continues to teach and learn!" Network of Education Policy Centers

"Policy makers, educators, teachers and school staff need to acknowledge and accept the exceptional circumstances we are in and focus on well-being of students rather than on their assessment".

This is one of the reflections from NEPC on the impact of #COVID19 on the education systems across the world.

Have a look at the full article ⬇

It was an amazing journey👣! The HAND IN HAND project officially ended yesterday, but the seeds of change were planted 🌿🌿🌿 and are growing 🧡

🔜The outcomes of the project will be openly available in the following days - so stay tuned

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Final conference of the HAND in HAND project

The presentations held during the final conference of the Hand in Hand project "Do we need a relational revolution in schools?" are now available on-line. Have a look! 👇

handinhand.si The final conference “Do we need a relational revolution in schools? Social, emotional and intercultural competences for inclusive societies” of the Erasmus+ project Hand in Hand on socio-emotional learning takes place on the 28th & 29th January 2020, in Zadar, Croatia (Hotel Kolovare). Conferen...

The second day of the Hand in Hand conference was opened by the key note lecture by Helle Jensen "On the importance of relationships in the classrooms: relational competence"

The first day of Hand in Hand conference "Do we need a relational revolution in schools?" is approaching its end with insights from a UNICEF Montenegro aiming at integrating socio-emotional skills in subject curricula and with a discussion on the way forward for social and emotional education, which should encompass the whole school approach and more facilitators in schools

The central section of Hand in Hand conference featured interactive sessions (examples from Hand in Hand program for students and the workshop "Schools of Values"), a policy panel on challenges and solutions for SEL policy implementation and a focus on methodology aspects and measurements conducted within the project

Teachers from Croatia, Slovenia and Sweden discussing their experiences in Hand in Hand program. "The training is very useful and all teachers should be included in it"

The key note speach "Developing a holistic, differentiated, systemic framework for social and emotional education" inspired a discussion about the introduction process of socio-emotional learning in schools and the key issues for the future

Full house at Hand in Hand final conference! "Do we need a relational revolution in schools"? We'd say we're doing it!

In anticipation of tomorrow's HAND in HAND final conference "Do we need a relational revolution in schools?" http://handinhand.si/event/final-conference/

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These tools and the insights and findings from the Hand in Hand project on socio-emotional learning will be discuss during the final conference "Do We Need a Relational Revolution in Schools?" that will take place in Zadar, Croatia, on January 28th and 29th 2020. More to come!

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Volltext: . Sammelband von Ana Kozina (ed.). Verlag Dr. Kovač, Hamburg 2020

Excited and proud: HAND IN HAND monograph has just been released and is available in open access format: https://www.verlagdrkovac.de/volltexte/978-3-339-11406-8.htm 📚🔍

verlagdrkovac.de Volltext: . Sammelband von Ana Kozina (ed.). Verlag Dr. Kovač, Hamburg 2020

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Final conference of the HAND in HAND project

Registrations for the HAND in HAND conference “Do we need an emotional revolution in schools?” are now open!

The event features as keynote speakers Paul Downes, associate professor of Education at Dublin City University, and Helle Jensen, psychologist and family therapist, chairperson and co-founder of the Danish Society for the Promotion of Life Wisdom in Children.

Examples from the HAND in HAND programme and possible ways to support socio-emotional and intercultural competencies at classroom, schools and system level will be presented and addressed through multi-stakeholder sessions and practical workshops.

Read the full draft program and register for the event until 10th of December 2019!

handinhand.si You are kindly invited to register for the final conference “Do we need a relational revolution in schools? Social, emotional and intercultural competences for inclusive societies” of the Erasmus+ project Hand in Hand on socio-emotional learning, which will take place on the 28th & 29th January ...

HAND in HAND project: It's time for a change in education

The HAND in HAND project develops an open access systemic policy tool – EU based universal SEI learning program (a program for students and school staff) based on multiculturalism and diversity awareness that fosters inclusion and develops more tolerant and non-discriminative learning environments for all students (including immigrant and refugee) to prevent discriminative bullying, segregation and ESL.

HAND in HAND Introduction

What is HAND in HAND project all about? Find your answers in The Introduction to HAND in HAND video. :)

How are you? How are you right now, in this moment?

This is one of the fundamental questions frequently addressed in the HAND in HAND program. Take a moment and listen to the answer in your body, thoughs and feelings.

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Publications

Hand in Hand newsletter n. 8 is now available. The project is in its final phase and the focus is now on the analysis and interpretation of the results.

The project findings and outputs will presented at the final conference that will take place in Zadar, Croatia, on 28th & 29th January 2020. Save the date!

handinhand.si Publications Hand in Hand Newsletter No. 8 The newsletter presents project updates and information and a collection of relevant articles on the topics, with the aim of contributing to the debate and in raising the awareness about the importance of socioemotional

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Final conference of the HAND in HAND project: SAVE THE DATE!

The final conference of the Hand in Hand project will take place on the 28th & 29th January 2020, in Zadar, Croatia (Hotel Kolovare).

We are looking forward to meeting you. Save the date!

Stay in touch, more to follow...

handinhand.si The final conference “Do we need a relational revolution in schools? Social, emotional and intercultural competences for inclusive societies” of the Erasmus+ project Hand in Hand on socio-emotional learning will take place on the 28th & 29th January 2020, in Zadar, Croatia (Hotel Kolovare). The ...

One caring relationship with one caring teacher can make a world of difference 🌿

“We are Kurdish people. My family came here in 1989, and we had to start from zero. My parents weren’t very educated. My dad only attended primary school and my mother couldn’t read. So it was very difficult for our family to adjust to German society. I had five siblings, and we weren’t exposed much to the outside world. But there was one teacher who helped us. Her name was Utie, and she had a passion for helping refugees. She volunteered to tutor us for free. Even though we only saw her two or three times a month, she gave me another perspective on life. I’d probably have five children by now if it wasn’t for her. She taught me to think critically about our traditions. She had empathy for our culture, but she also taught me that not all traditions are positive. Especially for women. She wanted me to be an individual. To be self-assured and confident. And to develop my own goals and dreams. I don’t want it to seem like my life was so difficult before, and now I’m so modern. I love our culture. But it was all I knew. Now that I understand both sides, I can choose what I want from each. I can respect my roots, while still being free to create the life I want.”

(Berlin, Germany)

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Mindfulness And Meditation Will Now Be Part Of The Curriculum In 370 Schools In England

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trueactivist.com Most of the time, when children act out by kicking and screaming expletives, it is because they do not understand what they are going through, and cannot find a better way to release their feelings.

HAND in HAND was invited to contribute to share experiences and ideas for the future of Erasmus+ programs in inspiring EACEA Cluster Meeting in Brussels Erasmus+

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Join the Hand in Hand webinar "Students' well-being in schools in Europe" organised by NEPC and Mid Sweden University on November 14th 2019, at 12:00 (noon) CET!

NEPC and Mid Sweden University (Mittuniversitetet) are organising the webinar “Students' well-being in schools in Europe” within the frame of the EU project HAND in HAND that aims at developing an open access universal socio-emotional and intercultural learning program that fosters inclusion and develops more tolerant and non-discriminative learning environments for all students.

During the webinar, trends in students' well-being in Europe and ways to improve social emotional and intercultural competencies among students as well as the evidence from Hand in Hand and PISA will be discussed.

The webinar will be held by Magnus Oskarsson, PhD, expert in large scale assessment, assistant professor at Mid Sweden University and one of the researchers managing the Hand in Hand program in Sweden.

The webinar will take place on November 14th, 2019, at 12 p.m. (noon) CET. To register for the webinar, contact NEPC at [email protected].

Our Story

HAND in HAND is an Erasmus K3 policy experimentation project lead by Educational Research institution (Slovenia) in cooperation with 8 partners: - MESS - Ministry of Education, Science and Sport (Slovenia), - MIUN Mittuniversitet - Mid Sweden University (Sweden), - DIPF Leibniz Institute for Research and Information in Education (Germany), - TUM - Technical University of Munich (Germany), - ISRZ - Institute for Social Research in Zagreb (Croatia), - Via University College (Denmark), - NEPC - Network of education policy Centres. The HAND in HAND project will develop an open-access systemic policy tool – an EU-based SEI (social-emotional and intercultural) learning programme: the HAND in HAND programme. The HAND in HAND programme’s overall goal is to contribute to the building of inclusive societies by improving the social, emotional and intercultural competencies of students and school staff – the whole school approach. The whole school approach engages the entire school community (in our case: students of one class, their teachers, counsellors and principal) in a cohesive, collective and collaborative effort. Even though the SEI competencies have proven positive effects on individual-level and school-level outcomes, so far they are not explicitly included in all national education systems across Europe. The project aims to change the role of SEI competencies in educational settings. The project’s aims are to: - develop valid and reliable SEI measures for students and school staff - prepare an SEI HAND in HAND programme for students - prepare an SEI HAND in HAND programme for school staff - test the HAND in HAND programmes’ effectiveness using a quasi-experimental design across partner countries - develop HAND in HAND guidelines for both policy and practice The project is co-funded by the Erasmus+ Programme of the European Union.

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