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  • The condensed version of the Manifesto is online now. Please check here http://changeforeducation.info/blog/invitation-to-multiply
    Invitation to multiply
    Different versions of the manifesto are already available, some translations are in preparation and a print-friendly version is also forth-coming. Of…
  • The Pestalozzi Programme training offer for 2016 is now online! Discover 25 new activities in 2016

  • For the coming year we have changed the design a bit - it looks a bit clearer now)))
    Best wishes for 2016
  • The Russian version of the Manifesto "Education for change - change for education prepared by Tatiana Mukhlaeva is now online in the document section.
    Thank you Tatiana
  • The Greek version of the Manifesto "Education for change - change for education" prepared by Anna-Maria Panagiotidou (coordination), Sophia Kitsou, Barbara Koziori, Nikolas Lemoniatis, Thanos Savvidis, Maria Sfetkou (editing) is now online in the documents' section.
    Thank you all!
  • The Italian version of the Manifesto "Education for change - change for education" prepared by Rita Morresi and Gianna Capello is now online in the documents' section.

    Thank you so much Rita and Gianna
  • Hello, dear colleagues,
    want to share - though not at once:(
    We had great discussions of Manifesto with many interested people, in St.-Petersburg on 19, 22 June 2015 (in St. Petersburg Branch of Institute of Management of Education).
    On the first day - "Education reform in Europe: teachers and students of XXI century" except Russian teachers there were 19 colleagues from Greece and much attention was paid to education reforms in national and transnational contexts, experience of education reforms in Russia and Greece. The discussion on professional image and ethos of teachers on the basis of the main theses of "Manifesto" took place (together with Margarita Kozhevnikova, participant of Conference “The professional image and ethos of teachers” in April 2014 in Strasbourg). It highlighted its features, role for teachers, parents, civil society in our countries.
    The discussion went on June 21 at the Colloquium with about 100 St.-Petersburg school teachers, university and in-service training teachers. Among bright issues were the following –
    Which topics in the Manifesto seem most relevant to you? Do you have any critical considerations on Manifesto? In the context of your professional area which, from your point of view, changes in education are most relevant? Identify those areas of "actions for change" (Manifesto), which attract you most (your potential)?
    Much attention was paid to the ideas of autonomy of the teacher and pedagogical learning community.
    The teachers got the text of the Manifesto, translated into Russian (slightly reduced for the present moment, the whole being finished soon). The participants of the Colloquium are going to arrange the similar seminars in their schools, working with their colleagues on the Manifesto in the new school year.
    Some photos - http://o-ch.ru/teacher/seminar/conference2015june/
    • Dear Tatiana, this is good dissemination. Thank you for sharing!
    • Thank you Tatiana. Great to hear about this interesting exchange.
  • Hello
    Just to announce that the Italian version of the Manifesto prepared by Rita Morresi will be published here very soon. Thank you Rita.

    Tatiana Mukhlaeva has almost finished the Russian version and has recently organised a seminar around the Manifesto. As soon as it is finished we will publish it here too. Thank you Tatiana

    Please do not hesitate to let us know what you have been doing or what you are planning to do.

    Thank you
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  • Mapping the manifesto action

    The manifesto “Education for change – change for education” identifies four areas where action is desirable: 1. Access to renewed knowledge 2. Pedagogical and educational relationship 3. The serene exercise of the profession 4. School in society –…

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