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      Centrum Edukacji Obywatelskiej

      The Center's programs

      Action! Film Academy Schools receive a set of Polish feature and documentary films divided into 26 topics. The CCE together with The Polish Film Institute (PFI) have launched the „Action! Film Academy” initiative, the goal of which is a wider distribution of film libraries in high schools. The CCE trains teachers and students in how to use these materials in interesting and effective ways.

      Citizenship Education in Municipal Schools A curriculum and textbooks for teaching civics in junior high schools, designed with the use of active learning methods. The Citizenship Education Program has been recognized by the Minister of National Education, and the CCE has been awarded an honorary distinction „For Outstanding Services in Education” for implementing the program in Polish schools.

      Formative Assessment Teachers learn how student assessment can become an effective tool for support­ing the learning process. The CCE helps schools to im­plement formative assessment through workshops and interactive online courses. It also publishes materials and operates a website service devoted to the topic.

      Kulthurra! (combining „culture” and „hurrah”!) Guided by a teacher, students prepare an artistic project revolving around the theme „My town, my history.” Students taking part in the program are invited to theater, film and photography workshops. A CCE project run within the Ministry of Culture and National Heritage's operational program, „Cultural Education and a Diagnosis of Culture”.

      Learning Schools A network of schools supported by the CCE in their efforts to raise quality levels through teacher teamwork, development of teaching and student assessment strategies and self-evaluation systems. The schools monitor their own progress and cooperate to develop the most appropriate didactic, educational and organizational solutions. The program is run in cooperation with the Polish-American Freedom Foundation (PAFF).

      The Learning School Academy A series of online and classroom trainings for teachers and members of school staff. They cover such topics as: formative assessment, educational projects, active learning methods and project based learning
      Legal and Civic Education for High Schools A civic knowledge curriculum and textbooks for senior high schools: „Friends with Democracy,” „A Young Citizen’s Guide” and „The Graduate’s Guidebook.”
      Let’s Talk About Freedom This program appeals powerfully to imagination and feelings by offering the opportunity to meet ‘living history’. Face-to-face contacts with people who have lived through situations familiar to us only through academic research or textbooks, can bring memorable events to life. History presented in this way becomes something closer, more tangible.
      One World Film Clubs - School pupils are encouraged to set up film clubs as an afterschool activity. The project aim is to help young people understand the world we live in, with its complexities and interdependencies. Members of film clubs supported by teachers and a vast mediateque containing over 50 documentary films form opinions and engage actively in matters of public and international interest.
      PE with Class - a program addressed to physical education teachers who search for new ideas for more attractive lessons. Teachers and students start with a debate about PE lessons and other sport activities at school, trying to find ways in which they can be improved. Having in mind the debate conclusions, schools introduces changes in approach towards sport and healthy lifestyle, such as: less competition & more cooperation during PE lessons; sport for everyone (not only for class champions); active breaks; sport for girls; healthy food in canteen etc. Each school reports its efforts on a blog. 
      Read To Me, My Friend High school students all over the country read books to children in primary schools, kindergartens, hospitals, children’s clubs and orphanages.

      School Full of Resources The aim of the project is to expand students' knowledge on rational distribution of each of the particular world resources and its effect of economy and the climate.

      School with Class 2.0 is the most recent edition of the School with Class project implemented in polish schools since 2002. It raises the problem of how to use modern information and communication technologies (ICT) in education. We reflect on how ICTs can be used in teaching, communication, assessment and how this may help to develop creativity, good judgment and team spirit. Since 2010, when the new edition started, over 800 schools from all educational levels have accessed the campaign. Students created over 2000 blogs sharing ideas and experiences, the teachers published over 4000 examples of good practices and each school developed its own Statute 2.0 – a instruction manual of how to use ICTs in daily school practice. more

      Share it! An economy education program, in which high school students learn about free market mechanisms, stock exchange and different kinds of capital and ownership. They organize public debates; during on-line game, they explore different aspects of investing in financial markets. The program is designed to rise the participats’ awareness of ambiguity of modern economy.

      Students’ Academy Mathematical and science-oriented projects in high schools. Teachers in 300 schools are implementing methods to develop key skills. Students join science clubs, design experiments, conduct observations, and participate in reciprocal learning projects. The program, co-financed by the EU’s European Social Fund, is due to run till 2014.

      Student Self-Government A program geared towards high school students and teachers who would like to increase self-government and students’ council activities in their school. We believe that student self-government is one of the more important tools for demonstrating and helping young people practice the basics of democracy.

      Traces of the Past Students search for interesting physical traces of the past in their home towns, adopt these objects and take care of them. They cooperate with local authorities and cultural institutions to renovate places of historical interest and raise awareness of local cultural heritage. It was one of the largest projects within the Ministry of Culture and National Heritage Program „Tomorrow's Patriotism”.
      World-Class Teaching intends to develop teachers’ capacity to bring Global Learning into the classroom in a more systematic way. The project targets secondary schools teachers of six subjects (foreign language, history with civics, biology/science, art &up to 2 other country-specific subjects). It supports and empowers them to deliver quality Global Education within their curricula by offering teaching materials and training programmes which facilitate their use. more

      Young Entrepreneurs A program addressed to junior high school students and teachers. Small student stteams create and run a virtual company. The students are also encouraged to manage their own finances, plan their expenses and those of their family and make conscious consumer choices.

      Young People Vote Since 1995 this project has enabled young under-age citizens to participate in polls parallel to national elections. The project helps young people organize presidential and parliamentary elections in their schools. The students’ voting results are published in the media. more