About the Project
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, most schools in the EU and Program countries have been closed for a period of time, while some schools continue to remain closed for in-person instruction. A variety of strategies have emerged in an attempt to continue to educate and support children, including providing education services in-person, remote/distance learning, and various hybrid configurations involving both in-person and remote/distance strategies. As education professionals adapt to meet the education, social, and emotional needs of students, there are a range of services for students that continue to be disrupted (for example, food/nutrition, healthcare, extracurricular activities, family/community collaboration, and mental health services); thus, reducing the scope of student support services.
Full title: Wellbeing During COVID‐19 Pandemic and Beyond
Sub-Programme: KA220-SCH – Cooperation partnerships in school education
Website: To be announced
ASOCIACION DE INVESTIGACION DE LA INDUSTRIA DEL JUGUETE CONEXAS Y AFINES – Spain, Namoi – Russian Federation, SC PSIHOFORWORLD – Romania, Osnovna sola Brezice – Slovenia, 25 Dr Petar Beron – Bulgaria, AFN ACADEMIA FORMAÇÃO DO NORTE, UNIPESSOAL LDA – Portugal, iTEACH-INTERNATIONAL TRAINING AND LEARNING INSTITUTE – Turkey, EYROPAIKO INSTITOYTO TOPIKHS ANAPTYKSHS – Greece