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Labs

Lab session 1

 

January/February, 2017

The first session of AREM labs is scheduled between January and February, 2017.

This session has been performed by all the partners!

 

Where are we?

One hundred percent

The short films object of this first session are:

A series of specific learning materials has been prepared for the activities in class.
Please have a look at them!

Let animation be!

Lab session 2
February/March, 2017

The second session of AREM labs is scheduled between February and March, 2017.

Done it, very nicely: all the schools did great contributions

Where are we?

One hundred percent

The short films object of this session are:

The learning materials for this session have been focused on important macro-themes and are available here.

The world, my family and me!

Lab session 3
March, 2017

The third session of AREM labs is scheduled in March, 2017.

This session has been performed successfully by all the partners!

Where are we?

One hundred percent

The short films object of this third session are:

A series of specific learning materials has been prepared for the activities in class.
Please have a look at them!

Between past and present, let’s think about diversity and integration

Lab session 4
April, 2017

The fourth session of AREM labs is scheduled in April, 2017.

This session has been performed in all the partners’ school!

Where are we?

One hundred percent

The short films object of this third session are:

A series of specific learning materials has been prepared for the activities in class: here they are.

Childhood and adolescence: when we’ll understand our identity and the idea of diversity?

Lab session 5
May, 2017

The last session of AREM labs is scheduled in May, 2017.

This session has just begun in all the partners’ schools!

Where are we?

One Hundred percent!

A feature films is object of this last session:

A series of specific learning materials has been prepared for the activities in class.
Please have a look at them!

Who are the migrants and where do they come from? Or maybe it would be better to ask: how can we learn some simple rules about migration and integration in today’s Europe? Because the ultimate question is how to build a new European citizenship