Educating the mind without educating the heart is no education at all

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Our Goal

EduCardia aims to develop an assessment methodology focusing on assessing and improving socioemotional competencies of students in primary and secondary educational level. This includes both the development of the appropriate SEL material and the development of an online tool (software) that will enable teachers to efficiently apply assessment processes within their classrooms and track the evolution of socioemotional competencies of students. EduCardia is based on an existing open-access Emotional Intelligence (EI) model, known as EmoSocio.


Key Results


Assessment Methodology
EduCardia Emotional Intelligence Model
EmoSocio Inventories for children, adolescents and adults
EmoSociograms Psychometric Tool
SEL Training Material for Educators
Emotional Training Activities Repository

We want to work with

  • Teachers in primary and secondary schools
  • Continuous Professional Development centers related to educators
  • Emotional Training centres providing training for teachers
  • Pedagogical Institutes
  • Ministries of Education
  • Associations of professors

Latest News


  • EduCardia meeting in Barcelona
    The 2nd in-person meeting of the EduCardia project took place on the 1st and 2nd of December 2022 in Barcelona, hosted by the University of Barcelona (UB). All the project partners, coming from Greece, Spain, Cyprus and Romania, met together and made joint efforts […]
  • EduCardia participates to the 8 TH ENSEC CONFERENCE of Social Emotional Learning and Positive Development
    We are happy to announce that today we have presented EduCardia methodology to the 8th ENSEC Conference of Social Emotional Learning and Positive Development. We have presented the ICT-enabled methodology for assessment and improvement of socioemotional competencies of students based on in-person and online […]
  • EduCardia First face to face meeting
    The Erasmus+ project EduCardia was officially launched in February 2022.  EduCardia is coordinated by the National Technical University of Athens. It brings together 4 partners from different countries and aims to develop an assessment methodology focusing on assessing and improving socioemotional competencies of students […]

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