CULPEER – Guidelines
The cultural peer‐to‐peer learning creates a transfer and generation of emotional and soft skills and involves children in an interaction characterized by the so‐called “reciprocal vulnerability”, which encourages peers to take an active role.
Cultural peer learning fosters talents and competencies of the students, which in daily school life are often not known and registered. It is the contrary to normal school approach to deal with deficits.
In our CULPEER-project we are strengthening cultural and peer-learning approaches for successful integration of disadvantaged youth and refugees at school level.
Find here guidelines for our approach in schools (including questionaires and results from a lot of schools in different countries)
A brief version without the points of view of the different partner countries you find here .
CULPEER teacher tutorial
A tutorial on cultural peer learning for teachers and educators of young people. The tutorial you are about to go through is based on the activities and intellectual outputs created under the “CULPEER for Integration” project, supported by the Erasmus+ programme and the German National agency.
Open educational resource (OER) of project
- Communication skills (includes external resources)
- Cultural awareness and expression
- Ice breakers for cultural awareness (includes external resources)
- Interdisciplinary projects(includes external resources)
- The rules and games of improvisation
- Theatre for key competences development
- Use culture for learning math and science
- 10x10 the multiplier effect of artist teacher collab
- BINK initiative Austria
- Game of professions Job Act
- Oppressed Theatre
- Support for expression and creation
- the ELLI instrument
- The President of Malta's secret garden