place emotional education in the heart of educationEducardia Consortium
Inclusive and Supportive Classroom Climate
EduCardia aims to promote emotional education taking under consideration the power of social dynamics, while developing an assessment methodology with a strong theoretical sound basis empowered by ICT technologies.
The main outcomes of Educardia include the developed methodology, the revised EI model, the online assessment psychometric tool, the SEL material and
the results of the application of the methodology in a number of schools in Greece, Spain, Romania and Cyprus.
EduCardia Assessment Methodology
To develop and validate an assessment methodology for training teachers on SEL teaching strategies and on techniques to assess the socio-emotional competencies of students.
EmoSocio Model and Handbook for Teachers
To make clear and self-explainable the interpretation of Emotional Intelligence (EI) constructs and models by teachers. This will be achieved through (i) the release of a revised version of the open-access EmoSocio EI model, detailing a set of items and constructs that are applicable for students in primary and secondary schools and (ii) the preparation of the
associated SEL training material for teachers.
EmoSociograms Psychometric Tool
To facilitate teachers to apply the proposed pedagogical methodology in a wide scale and with low entry barriers, based on the development and the release of an open-source
psychometric toolkit for assessing and tracking the evolution of socioemotional competencies of students and the development of a set of in-person and online SEL activities.
Evaluation of the EduCardia Methodology
To evaluate the performance of the application
of the proposed methodology towards the improvement of individual and group socio-emotional characteristics and to provide documentation with the main lessons learnt, through a set of application scenarios in primary and secondary schools in Cyprus, Spain, Romania and Greece.
Dissemination of EduCardia Results
To disseminate and communicate the results of EduCardia in the Erasmus+ platforms, as well as in the wide network of the EduCardia partners, enabling their adoption by interested parties.
The European Commission support for the production of this publication does not constitute an endorsement of the contents, which reflects the views only of the authors, and the Commission cannot be held responsible for any use which may be made of the information contained therein. (Project Nº. 2021-1-EL01-KA220-SCH-000032806).