Weekly outline

  • REFLECT


    under construction - coming soon!!!! 

    Raising awareness and stimulating Executive Functioning and social-emotional Learning by integrating Evidence-based strategies
     in the Classroom to empower pupils, Teachers and parents

    ERASMUS+ KA2 - Cooperation for innovation and the exchange of good practices

    KA201 - Strategic Partnerships for school education

    Form Id KA201-CBFBCC04



    In the REFLECT-project we aim to promote children’s social, emotional and academic engagement and growth by offering evidence-based strategies to enhance SEL and EF in daily practice.

    Ultimately we aim to decrease the risk of social exclusion and improve pupil's academic performance by enhancing the awareness of the importance of SEL and EF and empowering pupils and their context. We will do this by targeting teachers, parents and pupils. The age range of 8 to 12 years will be our focus because that age is crucial for interventions on SEL and EF. We will develop a list of cross-cultural criteria that are essential for an evidence-based intervention on SEL and EF. Based on the literature review we will create a compendium of essential evidence-based components for enhancing SEL and EF.

    Intellectual outputs:

    1. We developed a list of cross-cultural criteria that are essential for an evidence-based intervention on SEL and EF.

          Please follow the link: INTELLECTUAL OUTPUT Ο1

          2. Based on the literature review we created a compendium of essential evidence-based components for enhancing SEL and EF.

          Please follow the link: INTELLECTUAL OUTPUT O2

           3. This compendium will be translated into a cross-national course for teachers (and their support system staff). The same teacher course will be implemented in all countries         with at least five school teams participating per country

           4. The impact of the course will be evaluated through self-report questionnaires.

           5.  We want to empower pupils, teachers and parents by creating an app with tips and tricks about SEL and EF. The result will be an easy to implement evidence-based toolbox to promote SEL and EF at different levels, that will be cross-cultural and easily transferable to other users (teachers, parents, pupils) and other countries.

      The project website (‘under construction’). The link is: https://www.reflectproject.eu/

    The Partners

    TOPUNT Gent Belgium, Coordinator

    UNIVERSIDAD DE GRANADA, Spain

    UNIVERSIDADE DE EVORA Portugal

    ALTERA VITA- Social Cooperative Enterprise of Cyclades Greece

    Skolutvecklarna Sverige AB Sweden

    Imagine If Partnership Ltd United Kingdom


  • 2nd Section

    Skills That Matter, Across Cultures

    Extensive research shows a correlation between the skills taught in SEL programs and academic achievement, positive behavior, and healthier life choices.



  • 3d Section

    Practical Strategies for Teaching Social Emotional Skills

    Highlights strategies and approaches that early childhood personnel and families can use to systematically target social-emotional supports that build young children’s skills in a variety of areas including making friends, problem-solving, asking an adult for help, talking about feelings, and managing their emotions. The strategies rely on a 3-stage approach to supporting young children’s social-emotional development by (1) introducing and practising a skill, (2) building fluency and competency with skill, and (3) ensuring there is the maintenance of a skill. The video provides multiple examples of early childhood personnel demonstrating how to introduce a skill using a variety of tools, practice a skill through planned and unscripted activities, and maintain the skill by recognizing children for using the skill on their own.


  • 4th Section

    • 5th Section