Learning Materials

AVAL Learning Materials are under construction – just like this little castle here   First Learning Materials are expected for November 2018.           This section will present the AVAL tools. The materials can be downloaded. The Creative Commons license permits the free use. The set of educational tools developed by the AVAL project will be presented… mehr lesen

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AVAL consortium is formed by ten partner organisations from 9 differnent European countries. The consortium is a mix from NGOs and Universities, which give a strong and highly valuable quality to the work getting done by this project… mehr lesen

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AVAL- Added VALue Learning for Preschool Teachers & Pedagogical Coordinators

The many and constant changes we are forced to face in our contemporary world are producing a general state of uncertainty that crosses all sectors and environments like family, school, work. One of the possible and promising ways through which we can try to cope with the counterproductive effects, is to invest in an education with an intercultural approach, capable of integrating the principle of respect for differences with the principles of equity and social responsibility.
There are things that have to be “learned” from a very young age because they help us to become accomplished people: respect for ourselves, respect for others and the acting with care.
The aim of AVAL is to provide pre-school and school teachers with tools and guidance that helps them to teach children how to develop a deep commitment to values in a way that is appropriate for their age group (0-3, 3-6, 7-11). Our aim is to create habits in the children that determine any performance in the future, a transfer of values that remains in the long term that extends during all their lives.

With the Project “AVAL: Added VALue Learning for Preschool Teachers & Pedagogical Coordinators” we intend to contribute with more than just doing our bit in the education of this huge ocean of humanity in which everybody fits and where we can enjoy the advantages of a more educated and developed society.