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The social development of human values in childhood and early adolescence_CLAVE
Financiado pela FCT
PTDC/SOC-SOC/30635/2017; 01-01-2018 a 31-12-2020
The CLAVE project aims to analyze the role of values in the formation of representations of justice and attitudes towards different social groups (age, gender, nationality, etc.) as well as in terms of personal growth and well-being. It proposes to map the basic human values of children and young adolescents (6-14 years), and their association with other central factors to better understand the current and future dynamics of inclusion and exclusion in the European area. The CLAVE project is expected to contribute in advancing the formation and development of human values in children and young people as well as the role of culture in this process from an international and interdisciplinary comparative perspective.

Alice Ramos (Instituto de Ciências Sociais da Universidade de Lisboa) , Ricardo Rodrigues (ISCTE-IUL)
Social Images, organizational climate and quality of relationships in Residential Care_CIRC: The design, implementation and evaluation of an intervention program.
Financiado pela FCT
01-12-2017 a 31-10-2020
The Residential Care (RC) system is under pressure to address increasingly demanding needs of youths in care. The CIRC project aims to investigate the association between system-level variables (such as organizational climate, the social images held by the staff and the relationships between educators and youths) and youth outcomes (such as self-representations, behavior, and academic achievement) through a correlational study. The project helps understanding the processes underlying the construction of self-representations, behavior, and academic achievement of youth in RC. This also offers significant implications for practice since it allows for empirically testing process models that provide inputs for designing a needs-led and theory-based program.
Participação Social NEE_Social participation of students with SEN in inclusive schools_SENSEs
Financiado pela FCT
PTDC/MHC-CED/4150/2014; 02-05-2016 a 01-05-2019
The images of institutionalized youth and their impact upon their self-representations and well-being
Financiado pela FCT
PTDC/MHC-PSC/4122/2012; 01-07-2013 a 30-06-2015
As imagens sociais de crianças e jovens institucionalizados / Social images of institutionalized children and youth.
Financiado pela FCT
PTDC/MHC-PSC/4122/2012; 01-07-2013 a 30-06-2015
As imagens dos jovens institucionalizados e o seu impacto nas suas auto-representações e bem-estar / The images of institutionalized youth and their impact upon their self-representations and well-being
Financiado pela FCT
FCT / CAPES; 01-04-2013 a 31-03-2015
European Master in the Psychology of Global Mobility, Inclusion and Diversity in Society (Global-MINDS)
Financiado pela UE
2016- 2167 I 001 - 001 - EMJMD; 26-09-2016 a 25-09-2021
Global-MINDS is the European Master in the Psychology of Global Mobility, Inclusion and Diversity in Society funded by the Erasmus Mundus Joint Master Degree funding programme (Erasmus+ – Key Action 1). It is a comprehensive 2- year study programme with 120 ECTS focusing on insights into contemporary social and societal issues from Social and Cultural Psychology. Universities from five countries jointly deliver the Global-MINDS programme in English.
Growing in uRban educatIon and diversiTy
Financiado pela UE
GRIT; 01-09-2018 a 28-02-2021
The GRIT project focuses on fostering educational equity in urban educational settings. It addresses two main target groups: (1) indirectly: urban students threatened by early school leaving, and (2) directly: in-service educational professionals which are involved in teaching in urban settings. This project chooses to focus on the matter of early school leaving since urban educational systems are particularly vulnerable to problems associated with early school leaving. Through concrete experiments in 5 European countries gathering different background and with partners addressing different kind of educators, the GRIT project will allow to enhance this innovative and "bottom-up approach" among these key actors to struggle against Early School Leaving.
A Blog as open learning platform for the field of Early Childhood Education about Research and Innovation to support Disadvantaged and Diverse children
Financiado pela UE
BECERID; 31-12-2017 a 30-12-2020
BECERID (Erasmus + KA2) aims to support both teachers and teacher educators to adopt innovative practices to deal with the topic of diversity in the classroom. The project will launch a blog in each partner country (the Netherlands, Portugal, Poland) on a diversity and social inclusion in ECEC for teacher educators of ECEC teachers and ECEC teachers to increase their knowledge of research-based insights, awareness of social inclusion, and positive attitude towards research and innovation. A European blog platform will be set up in English which serves as an exchange platform between the national blogs. The project contributes to high quality ECEC by strengthening the learning community of teachers, teacher educators, and other stakeholders who will gain a better insight into research-based practices and innovations to support disadvantaged and diverse children.
Media competence training for professionals in daycare centers and relevant institutions in rural areas of Europe
Financiado pela UE
Project Kit@; 01-09-2017 a 31-08-2020
The Kit@ project is to create the innovative solutions for the development of media pedagogical competences using ICT (Information and Communication Technology) and the acquisition of digital skills of the professionals in child daycare centers and comparable institutions, especially in rural regions. The project responds to the fact that interacting with the Internet has become a part of the children’s everyday life. The project is focusing on rural areas which lack specialized staff, and have poor pedagogical material and consequently information technology conditions. The teaching of knowledge aims at applying innovative methods and pedagogical approaches to educate children how to use digital media
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