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During the second week of July, the Get up and Goals! project invited teachers from some countries involved in the project for an International Seminar for Teachers called Global Challenges in the world – challenges in our teaching, hosted in Viana do Castelo, Portugal.

The Seminar had the participation of 35 teachers

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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

The  TLUs cover four thematic area: climate change, international inequalities, gender inequalities and migration in Hungarian language. Soon English version will be avaiable.

This is a 95 minutes teaching learning unit on human migration, designated for high school teachers. Students will discover main reasons, effects and possible solutions to migration through interactive methods and human stories both from history and nowadays. Students will understand key migration terms. Students will think about what positive a

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Een vreemdeling is iemand die in Nederland verblijft en geen Nederlands paspoort heeft. Vaak wordt de aanwezigheid van vreemdelingen als problematisch gezien. In het dagelijks taalgebruik worden de termen vreemdelingen, migranten, allochtonen, vluchtelingen, asielzoekers en illegalen ten onrechte vaak door elkaar gebruikt. De hoogste tijd om dui

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