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The Living Education
32 minutes | Jun 20, 2021
Erasmus+ 2021 - 2027 Programme! Learn what's news!
In this episode of the Living Education podcast hosts Klaudjo Kavaja and Paloma Lainz sit with Julia Tief and Benedicte Einarsen who work at the European Commission. We talk about; · Erasmus+ 2021 – 2027 · What are some of its main aspects and focus areas · How students can apply and benefit from it · How it was affected by COVID-19 · Its inclusiveness You can follow Julia and Benedicte in LinkedIn. https://www.linkedin.com/in/juliatief/ https://www.linkedin.com/in/benedicte-einarsen-429753180/ You can follow the European Commission and Erasmus+ on their official websites and social media channels: https://twitter.com/EU_Commission https://twitter.com/EUErasmusPlus https://ec.europa.eu https://ec.europa.eu/programmes/erasmus-plus/node_en Follow The Living Education Podcast work: https://thelivingeducation.com/ https://www.facebook.com/thelivingeducation/ https://twitter.com/livingedpodcast http://instagram.com/thelivingeducation.podcast Music: Hans Atom – Persephone 2015 © Licensed.
28 minutes | Apr 19, 2021
Lidia's Booktastic Podcast - How Little Lidia is inspiring other children by reviewing children's books online!
In this episode of the Living Education podcast host Klaudjo Kavaja sits with little Lidia and her dad Ken who ran together Lidia’s Booktastic Podcast. We talk about · How is it to have an episode as kid · How does she choose the children’s books she reviews for her podcast · Having her father as a co-host · Interviewing her favorite authors · Her advice for other kids You can follow Lidia and Ken at the following links: https://anchor.fm/lidiabooktastic https://twitter.com/KenMSweeney Follow The Living Education Podcast work: https://thelivingeducation.com/ https://www.facebook.com/thelivingeducation/ https://twitter.com/livingedpodcast http://instagram.com/thelivingeducation.podcast Music: Hans Atom – Persephone 2015 © Licensed.
19 minutes | Apr 4, 2021
Sexuality Education through Whats App in Pakistan
This week we start a new series about Sexuality Education. The pandemic has posed difficulties, challenges to the provision of education all around, and this has also been the case for Sexuality Education. The pandemic has also provided new opportunities. In this series about Sexuality Education, we would like to focus on these new opportunities, on how practitioners have created new channels for education. In this episode host Paloma Lainz, chats with Rekha Trikathri and Danish Siddiqui about the curriculum Journey4Life franchised by Dance4Life in many countries across the world. Using elements of youth pop culture, like dance and music, Dance4Life aims to empower young people aged 10 to 24 to make healthy choices about their lives and feel confident about their future. Because of the pandemic Dance4Life experimented with adapting their curriculum to an online version. together with. In this episode we focus on the case of Pakistan where the Journey4Life was provided through Whats App to over 2000 young people. Rekha and Danish tell us more about it… Still want to know more? Journey4Life - Dance4Life Digital sexuality education during Covid-19 - Dance4Life Learning report on the digital Journey4Life Music: Hans Atom – Persephone 2015 ©️ Licensed.
20 minutes | Mar 7, 2021
Brexit, UK leaves Erasmus+ with Matthew Guest
In this episode of the Living Education podcast host Klaudjo Kavaja sits with Matthew Guest, Policy Manager for Guild HE. We talk about; UK’s Brexit and how it led to leaving Erasmus+ The rationale behind the decision-making process of the UK government Its implications and effects Incoming and outgoing students to the UK The Turing Scheme that will replace it Also, Matthew give us his insights on what the future holds for student exchange between the UK, EU, Europe and the world. You can follow Matthew Guest and Guild HE at the following links: https://twitter.com/simplytheguest https://guildhe.ac.uk/ Follow The Living Education Podcast work: https://thelivingeducation.com/ https://www.facebook.com/thelivingeducation/ https://twitter.com/livingedpodcast http://instagram.com/thelivingeducation.podcast Music: Hans Atom – Persephone 2015 © Licensed.
19 minutes | Jan 31, 2021
Erasmus+ Exchange - Study a semester abroad
In the first episode of Season 2, host Klaudjo Kavaja sits down to talk with Amela Brčaninović about her experience being an exchange student with the Erasmus+ Programme. They touch upon different aspects of it; such as the application and selection process of Erasmus Exchange, the benefits that a student coming from a different educational environment and country can obtain while moving abroad as an exchange student. The challenges and difficulties for a student when moving abroad. Her personal experience as a young person from Bosnia and Herzegovina who studied for a semester in Sciences Po University in Paris and one semester in Lithuania. Last, what does the future hold for her and how she perceives the engagement of youth in policy making processes. You can find more about the Erasmus+ Exchange programme here https://ec.europa.eu/programmes/erasmus-plus/opportunities/individuals/students/studying-abroad_en You can contact Amela through her Linkedin page here: linkedin.com/in/amela-brčaninović-932b3619b
29 minutes | Dec 13, 2020
World School for 4 - Travelling with young children
World School for 4 with Niki Rabren & Jack Rabren In this episode of the Living Education podcast host Klaudjo Kavaja, sits with Niki & Jack of the World School for 4 podcast. We talk about; • Their podcast & blog named “World School for 4” and how they started it. • How they decided to leave sedentary life behind and travel the world with their teenage twin kids, Tom & Emma • What is world-schooling. • How is a normal day in their hybrid home-schooling. • What they miss most from home. Also, Niki & Jack give us their insights into how the education system in the US looks like, starting from young age and until university. You can find more about World School for 4 and Niki & Jack by visiting their website and Facebook page: https://worldschoolforfour.com/ https://www.facebook.com/WorldSchoolFor4 Music: Hans Atom – Persephone 2015 © Licensed.
18 minutes | Nov 22, 2020
Children's Farm in the Netherlands
In this episode, host Paloma Lainz goes to her favorite place in Amsterdam, the Children’s farm of de Pijp. In the middle of the urban centre of Amsterdam, in a hip neighbourhood you will find an oasis, a piece of heaven: The Children’s farm and its over 100 inhabitants (peacocks, rabbits, ponies, GOATS, yes goats OMG, sheep, pigs…). There, we talk to San, the coordinator of the education programmes that take place in the farm and host many schools from the surroundings. We also chat with Charlotte, one volunteer who tells us everything about her experience in the farm. Listen to us and learn about an amazing education project that connects children, animals and the local community! Get to know more about the funny animals that live in the Children’s farm of De Pijp, in Amsterdam: https://www.kinderboerderijdepijp.nl/ Enjoy the funny animal pictures by following their instagram: https://www.instagram.com/kinderboerderijdepijp/ Follow the updates on that cutty pies on facebook: https://www.facebook.com/KinderboerderijdePijp Soundtrack: Hans Atom - Persephone (c) 2015 - Licensed
24 minutes | Nov 8, 2020
Agora Schools with Rob Houben, an Innovative Approach to Education
In this episode, host Klaudjo Kavaja talks with Rob Houben of Agora School (Roermond, the Netherlands) about their approach to education. Agora is an innovative secondary education school with no traditional classrooms, no classes and no curriculum. They touch upon the vision of the school which for them "it should be a mix of a place where you can access all the knowledge in the world, where kids can feel at ease, which can work as a creative laboratory, and be like the ancient Greek Agora where you can debate, interact, inspire others and get inspired by others”. They also discuss the role of teachers which they call coaches, the importance of technology, and the future of education. You can find more info about Agora School in the Netherlands here: https://hundred.org/en/innovations/agora#8a564beb https://www.verenigingagoraonderwijs.nl/ You can follow Rob Houben on Twitter: https://twitter.com/RobHouben Soundtrack: Hans Atom - Persephone 2015 (c) Licensed
24 minutes | Jul 5, 2020
Prespa Lake: Environment, Trans-boundary parks, and natural protection with Klaudja Koçi
In this episode, host Klaudjo Kavaja talks with Klaudja Koçi of Protection and Preservation of Natural Environment in Albania (PPNEA), about the trans-boundary lakes of Prespa in the Balkans, shared between Albania, Greece, and North Macedonia which are part of the list of UNESCO's World Network of Biosphere Reserves. Prespa Lakes form a unique ecosystem having some of the oldest lakes in Europe with a rich flora and fauna. we touch upon topics like natural conservation, biodiversity, environment, and the importance that the lakes play for the local communities, how to protect and appreciate nature more, and how environmentalists engage children and youth in their work. You can find more info about Prespa lake here: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lake_Prespa https://www.pont.org/tag/prespanet/ You can read more about Protection and Preservation of Natural Environment in Albania work here: https://ppnea.org/ https://www.facebook.com/ppnea You can contact Klaudja Koçi and follow her work here: https://www.linkedin.com/in/klaudja-koci-00983534/ https://www.facebook.com/Klaudja.koci90 Soundtrack: Hans Atom - Persephone 2015 (c) Licensed
47 minutes | Jun 27, 2020
Educación emocional: Lavamagic (in Spanish)
PRIMER EPISODIO EN ESPAÑOL En este episodio nos adentramos en el mundo de la educación emocional. ¿Cómo aprender a entender, reconocer y gestionar nuestras emociones y las de los demás? Susana, profesora de primeria en España, ha desarrollado Lavamagic: la lavadora de las emociones, un proyecto de educación emocional y nos lo cuenta junto a sus alumnos y alumnas en este episodio. almudena, profesora en un colegio de educación especial en España, nos cuenta cómo usa y ha adaptado Lavamagic a las características de un aula. Más información sobre Lavamagic: la lavadora de las emociones: https://susanamolinaalvare.wixsite.com/educaremocionando/mis-proyectos FIRST EPISODE IN SPANISH In this episode, we dive into the universe of emotional education. How do we learn about our emotions and the emotions of others? Susana, a primary school teacher, has developed a project to teach her class all about emotions. In this episode, she tells us, together with her students all details about the project. Almudena teaches children and young people with disabilities and she uses Lavamagic. She tells us how she adapted the project to her classroom. Soundtrack: Hans Atom - Persephone (c) 2015 - Licensed
28 minutes | Jun 1, 2020
How to bring closer African and European youth with Konstantinos Maragkos
In this episode, The Living Education host Klaudjo Kavaja, sits down and talks with Konstantinos Maragkos, a young entrepreneur from Greece and co-founder of YouthMakers Hub who was selected by the Forbes list as one of the Global Young Leaders under 30. Konstantinos explains us about his work in East and West Africa through his project WE Afrihug. How has his passion about Africa helped bring closer young people and students from six different African countries to Greece and Europe and how to be motivated and inspired to keep doing what you are doing. You can contact and follow Konstantinos Maragkos on Twitter @KLMaragkos You can visit the WE Afrihug project website at https://www.weafrihug.com/ And check out his other professional endeavors at https://youthmakershub.com/ Music: Hans Atom - Persephone (2015) Copyright - All Rights Reserved
20 minutes | May 16, 2020
Reviewing Movies about Education
In this episode, podcast hosts Camilla Bellatalla, Klaudjo Kavaja, and Paloma Lainz review and give their insights on some of the most interesting education movies for them such as The School of Rock, Yentl, Captain Fantastic, Dead Poets Society and Good Will Hunting. For those of you who haven't seem these movies yet, watch them before, as there might be some minor spoilers! Intro & Outro Music: Hans Atom - Persephone 2015 (c) Licensed.
26 minutes | Apr 30, 2020
Erasmus Mundus Joint Master Degrees
In this episode, hosts Paloma Lainz and Klaudjo Kavaja focus on one of the most important master’s programmes in Europe, the Erasmus Mundus Joint Master’s Degrees (EMJMD) run by the European Commission. They provide a brief overview of the programme, how to apply to it, what are some of the benefits and challenges for graduate students while following such a prestigious and demanding master’s programme and also share their personal experience as graduates of GLOBED one of the EMJMD study programmes. You can find the EMJMD catalogue here https://eacea.ec.europa.eu/erasmus-plus/emjmd-catalogue_en For more information on the GLOBED Master’s programme visit the following website http://globed.eu/ Music: Persephone by Hans Atom (c) 2015 Licensed
27 minutes | Apr 26, 2020
Education in the times of Coronavirus Pandemic
In our first episode, we cover the effects of Coronavirus (COVID-19) in education systems globally. We talk about moving education from classroom-based to remote and digital-based, the challenges and opportunities that this entails, the role of the private sector, the response of different countries’ education systems to the outbreak, how this will shape the future of education, and we bring some of our personal feedback acquired through interviews with different actors. Intro & Outro music: Persephone by Hans Atom (c) 2015 Licensed
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