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The 4 Stages of Cognitive Development (LS-PT-542)
I am Maria Antónia Brandão, a psychology teacher at a secondary school in Vila das Aves, which is in the north of …
The World We Want (LS-PT-535)
Class debate on Human Rights. Are you up for a role-play? The context A class debate on Human Rights was the challenge …
Learning in the Cultural Environment of Europeana (LS-PT-514)
Introduction The aim of this learning scenario is to highlight the great importance of Europeana resources in IT and other subjects. It …
Preconceito e Deficiência, uma Inevitabilidade? (PT-CUR-440)
A abordagem dos preconceitos pode ser múltipla, optamos pelo preconceito face à deficiência (física ou mental). Com este cenário pretende-se que os …
Philosophy and Feminism in the Middle Ages: Christine de Pizan (EN-CUR-371)
The presence of women in the history of philosophy has been scarce and the few contributions that have been made have had …
Makers of History (LS-EU-351)
Our time is one in which we are more keenly aware of our freedom and capacity for action. Contemporary philosophical reflections on …
Intertextuality: a Timeless and Borderless Dialogue (LS-EU-281)
How does intertextuality place the reader in an endless dialogue? Getting our students to read is often a challenge. How to get …
See, Understand, Challenge – Be a Change Agent! (LS-PL-237)
Art? Democracy? Participation? Can they all come together? Yes, definitely. Through this learning scenario, students get to know about the possible ways …
LIFT the LID on Mental Health (LS-ES-236)
Higher Technician Social Integration students who took part in this activity are at different ages: young students with little experience in the …
Culture, a Unifying and Diversifying Element (LS-PT-230)
Having some Europeana’s photos as the starting point, the students discovered, with this Learning Scenario, how to understand people’s cultures, promote engagement …
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