Professor Antonella Fucecchi of the Tasso Secondary School in Rome was initially involved in the Get Up and Goals! project to help creating the Teaching and Learning Unit on the subject of Global Migration
Starting today, this website is enriched with “GCE, instructions for use”, a new section containing a series of theoretical and practical texts on Global Citizenship Education (GCE), useful to bring GCE into your classrooms starting from the educational resources published on this website. Th
Mrs. Irene Rinaldi teaches Technology at the San Pio V Lower Secondary School (Rome), where this year she has tested one of Get Up and Goals! Teaching and Learning Units about Climate change with her last-year students.
The lessons, which continued t
Mrs. Paola Moresco teaches Italian, History, Civics and Geography at the Belli Lower Secondary School – Parco della Vittoria (Rome). In 2018-19 she has experimented Get Up and Goals! methods and didactical resources with her last-year students.
We warmly thank Mrs. Moresco for her comm
The first Get Up and Goals! international seminar for teachers took place in Olomouc, Czech Republic, on March 21st to 23rd , where ARPOK organized an event attended by teachers from six participant countries: Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Italy, Netherlands, Portug
Although students generally enjoy participating in project activities, what do they retain of such an episodic experience?
UN 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development (2015)
This Agenda is a plan of action for people, planet and prosperity. It also seeks to stren
What is GCE?
Global Citizenship Education (GCE) is an educational approach that aims at educating citizens so that they can be made aware of the complexity of today’s problems and capable of attitudes and behaviours oriented towards their resolution. GCE can find application in formal education settings, at schools, as well as in non