Research and Projects

Traditional children´s stories for a common future

Starting date:
September 1st, 2018

Closing date:
July 31st, 2021

European funding:
178.330 euros.
This Project is founded by the programme: Erasmus+ / Cooperation for innovation and the exchange of good practices-Strategic Partnerships for school education 2018-1-HR01-KA201-047483.

TRACE project is focused on raising awareness of the importance of Europe’s cultural heritage through education and life-long learning, supporting skills development, social inclusion and critical thinking.

The aim of the TRACE project is to introduce to target group, teachers and librarians who works with children from age 6 to age 12, as well as wider audience, all the EU countries, with traditional children’s stories from partners’ countries. Indirectly target group are children from 6 to 12. Through this aim children, teachers, educators and librarians will get to know more about EU countries and their culture in an innovative way. Partners will choose the most quality children’s literature of the European countries involved in this project. Selected stories are going to be translated to languages of partner countries, as well as to English, and workshops will be created for them. The project aims to, through children’s stories, show children a trace by which they can discover countries not known well by them, but also to motivate and habituate them to critical thinking. The goal is to introduce children to European countries through traditional children’s stories and also to motivate them to read and understand literature/writings from their early age.

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