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Civic education package

Discover how the 27 EU countries work together: teach, learn and play with the Council's civic education package

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Ages 12 to 15Ages 15 and over

#EUANDME

Discover examples of how the EU makes a difference in a collection of five short films. From two siblings who invite the rest of Europe to their villa...

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Ages 15 and over

Ambassador School Programme

The educational tool 'Europe@school - Active lessons about the European Union' has been developed to bring the EU into the classroom.

Age groups
Ages 12 to 15Ages 15 and over

Borders and Bridges - Migration

The issue of migration is a hot topic in today’s Europe, but why? A mass global movement of humanity is taking place, as is evidenced by phenomena ran...

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Ages 12 to 15Ages 15 and over

Coding

Free resources in 29 languages to help teachers introduce coding and computational thinking to students of all ages. These fun activities will help de...

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Ages 9 to 12Ages 12 to 15Ages 15 and over

Educational toolkit to help fight gender stereotypes in primary school

This toolkit has been developed for primary school teachers and primary school young learners (6-7 years old). It aims to support teachers to organise discussions in the classroom to effectively address gender stereotypes, based on the example of the transport sector.

Age groups
Up to 9 years

Educational toolkit to help fight gender stereotypes in secondary school

This toolkit has been developed for secondary school teachers and secondary school young learners (14–15 years old). It aims to support teachers to organise discussions in the classroom to effectively address gender stereotypes, based on the example of the transport sector.

Age groups
Ages 12 to 15

European Nature Protection Toolkit

This online toolkit is designed to support everyone looking for creative educational resources to engage students aged 13-16 in the conservation and preservation of European wildlife and natural habitats

Age groups
Ages 15 and overAges 12 to 15

Hawks and doves – Conflict

Many reasons can bring individuals and groups into confrontation with each other. At the same time, there are things we cannot achieve without others....

Age groups
Up to 9 yearsAges 9 to 12

Helping people who are forced to flee

Are you teaching about people who are forced to flee? Use this teaching toolkit to teach students about the efforts of the European Union (EU), UNHCR and UNICEF to help people who have been forced to flee in Africa.

Age groups
Ages 9 to 12Ages 12 to 15

House of European History

The education team at the House of European History has developed these educational materials in conjunction with the narrative of the museum’s perman...

Age groups
Ages 15 and over

Ready for the Green Challenge?

The toolkit was developed as part of the Green Trip campaign, promoting sustainable projects and lifestyles among young Europeans.

Age groups
Ages 12 to 15Ages 15 and over

Spot and fight disinformation

The pandemic demonstrated just how fast misleading or false information can spread online. With this toolkit, secondary school teachers can help their students separate what is real from what is fake when they are browsing online.

Age groups
Ages 15 and over

Tackling disinformation and promoting digital literacy

The Guidelines bring together pedagogy and practice in one easy-to-use format: How do we get young people excited about fact-checking and critical thinking? What are the technical dimensions of disinformation? How can we identify deep fakes?

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Ages 9 to 12Up to 9 yearsAges 12 to 15Ages 15 and over

Tom and Lila

Take your students on exciting adventures with Tom and his friend Lila the fox in this series of books about the environment. Their adventures include...

Age groups
Up to 9 years

Tom and Lila Teaching Notes

Useful set of 10 brief teaching notes to guide parents and teachers in educational activities based on the stories of Tom and Lila.

Age groups
Up to 9 years

Treated as equals - Human Rights

This theme sets out to investigate some of the most prominent categories contained under the broad definition of human rights, and assesses the links ...

Age groups
Ages 12 to 15