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T-Games

T-Games project – „Games for Tolerance” 

Bullying is one of the few words that trigger alarm in students, parents, teachers, and school leaders alike. Willing to reduce and smooth the problem of bullying starting prevention from an early age and contribute to the reduction of the bully cases, the Partnership within the T-Games project plans to create new educational anti bullying games and a Database with analysis of games and resources for three age groups (4-5, 6-7, 8-10 years old). The main aim of the project is to equip pre and primary school teachers with knowledge and skills for using game methodology.

T-Games consortium brings together ten organizations from five EU countries 

  • Detska gradina 75 Sarchitse from Bulgaria
  •  Regional Directorate of Primary and Secondary Education of Western Macedonia and Social Action and Innovation Centre from Greece
  •  STOWARZYSZENIE CENTRUM WSPIERANIA EDUKACJI I PRZEDSIEBIORCZOSCI  and ZESPOL SZKOL W WYZNEM from Poland
  •  Mise HERo and Základní škola Orangery from Czech Republic
  •  SDRUDZENIE ZNAM I MOGA from Bulgaria
  •  Centrul pentru Promovarea Invatarii Permanente and Inspectoratul Scolar al Judetului Arges

Three Intellectual Outputs will be developedtested and multiplied within the project : 

IO1: Methodology for elaboration of educational games 

  • Identify tools and resources teachers are using in the classroom while addressing topic of bullying 

 

IO2 Guide and testing scenarios on game methodology for educators 

  • To prepare complementary resources for innovative games to be effectively adapted for students. 

 

IO 3 Database of games and activities and resources for bullying prevention and facilitation 

  • Collecting best practices so teachers know more about the topic and what interventions worked in the past. The project will collate resources and innovative tools that have been developed and are used by teachers in practical lessons in classrooms. 

 

In order to find out specific details on the project progress as well as articles closely related to the project, please visit the project Facebook page.