The Project “Life Skills & Values for the Pupils of the E.U.” included the following transnational activities:
A. Intra-school mapping of risk factors for students’ well-being, a qualitative study implemented in all partner schools, which target group was the 10-year-old students (since these students would follow the project life cycle).
B. A variety of educational material was developed by all schools and presented during STJSTEs. The partners introduced class management systems based on the TOKEN ECONOMY model, teaching interventions through classical music, cooperative games, and, in the case of the Greek School, board games for Critical Thinking, teaching intervention using fruit (!) to promote empathy and co-inclusion, posters, and other visual aids to assist teaching of certain skills, such as anger management and stress, educational drama actions to promote empathy, and a comprehensive training package for the development of respect, etc.
C. The Risk Factor Observatory for Students’ well-being at school was organized by the Greek School with the cooperation and participation of teachers and students.
D. Transnational Meetings to Monitor the progress of the work plan of the Project.
E. Activities of Joint Training for the staff of the partner schools
F. dissemination activities