HAND:ET presented to principals and teachers from Wales and Northern Ireland
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HAND ET presented to principals and teachers from Wales and Northern Ireland

While there is a decrease in number of teachers entering the teaching profession and teachers are leaving the profession early, HAND:ET Consortium takes every opportunity to raise the awareness on the importance of supporting teachers well-being and empowering them for the social, emotional and diversity related career challenges.

In February, HAND:ET project partners from Croatia, Institute for Social Research in Zagreb (ISRZ), have taken the opportunity to present the HAND:ET project, main ideas behind it and activities focused on supporting teachers well-being to the school principals and teachers from Wales and Northern Ireland who visited ISRZ, as a part of the Professional Learning Communities and The International Study Visits programmes, organized by the British Council Croatia.

The visit was focused on the well-being and mental health of students and teachers and provided the space for the exchange of information and initiatives implemented in ISRZ and schools in Wales and Northern Ireland.

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In the fifth HAND:ET Newsletter we are sharing with you news and updates on the recent project activities. Find out more in the article!

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March 20, 2023

On March 15th, the Inclusive Education Network of the Austrian province Styria held one of its quarterly network meetings, which bring together educators and representatives of various institutions in the area of inclusive education.