Welcome to the Erasmus+ SPACE Project!
SPACE is the acronym for Skills for school professionals against cyberbullying events.
It is a 24-months Erasmus+ project, and has the purpose to creating a MOOC to give to teachers, school managers and school staff the competences necessary to prevent and fight cyberbullying phenomena in school.
It is realized by a partnership from 5 countries: Italy, Netherlands, Spain, Turkey and Portugal.
ESHA magazine is the official magazine of the European School Heads Association (ESHA), partner in SPACE project. In April 2018 issue is published an article about SPACE project, describing aims, actions, and main outputs. Here you can read and download the magazine issue.
Serdal Şeker, headteacher of Merkez Ataturk Ortaokulu , Turkish secondary school, presented the SPACE Project website in his school. Merkez is a partner in the SPACE Project and is one of the schools of excellence in Turkey.
The SPACE Project first Intellectual Output is online! The Model Setting is the output realized in the first project’s phase. Model Setting includes a map of the competences identified by the analysis, organized in areas, related topics, with a description of each competence and its clusters; and a MOOC model…
On 5 December 2017, the head teacher Girolamo D’Errico and the responsible teacher Maria Rita Metrangolo presented the SPACE project to the Teaching Committee of the Istituto Comprensivo Bozzano. The project, of which IC Bozzano is the Applicant, is funded by the Erasmus + program of the European Commission and…