European Lessons 2: Anticorruption Education Component
Nr. K2018-VB-MO-01 


Project duration - 2018–2019

Project is financed by the funds of the Development Cooperation and Democracy Promotion Programme

Coordinator - Modern Didactics Centre

Educational centre "Pro Didactica" (Moldova)

Project aim

Project supports corruption prevention actions in all over the country by educating consciousness, critical minded and responsible citizens. Project aims to develop and implement anticorruption education tools in secondary school education.

Project objectives
1. To develop anticorruption education module and test it with teachers, implementing course “Education for EU integration“.
2. To develop learning materials for students.
3. To develop dissemination channels and in-country support network.
Project participants and target groups
The project is targeting teachers of the course “Education for EU integration” and all pupils at age 15–18, who learn civic education or/and participate in the course „Education for EU integration“.
Direct beneficiaries – partner organization “Pro Didactica” and education community of Moldova.
Indirect beneficiaries – stakeholders (other NGOs, state institutions responsible for corruption prevention, etc.)

Project activities
This project continues activities of international project "European Lessons", financed by the funds of the Development Cooperation and Democracy Promotion Programme in 2015–2016. During this project in Georgia there was developed and in Moldova was renewed teaching program for development of European values and knowledge about euro-integration processes. This program was tested in secondary schools and in-service teachers training courses in both countries. There was developed non-formal education program "European Lessons" and supplementary materials for youth organizations as well.

Project activities:
1. Development of  anticorruption education module
Preparing for module development Lithuanian expert Daiva Penkauskienë visited educational centre "Pro Didactica" to meet local experts and to discuss general project idea, project aim and objectives, and to focus on possibilities of anticorruption education module integration into formal curriculum and program” Education for EU Integration”.

2. Development of  learning materials for students
On October 2018 it is planned Moldavian teachers' visit to Lithuania and meeting with teachers and students who have participated in  anti-corruption education projects carried out by the Modern Didactics centre and implement anti-corruption education activities in their schools. Moldavian teachers will observe lessons, communicate with teachers, share the best practices. Based on the experience gained, familiar with anti-corruption education materials used in Lithuania, Moldavian experts will develop learning materials for pupils in their native language and will test them during their classes.

3. Development of  dissemination channels and in-country support network
To ensure dissemination of information about the project there will be developed personal and institutional network for mutual consultations and support, including different level of in country stakeholders; prepared and published articles/press releases/ newsletters; prepared rubrics on project topic in journal “Pro Didactica“ issues; prepared executive summary of the project in EN and RS languages.
Project results
1. Developed and tested module of anticorruption education.
2. Developed and tested learning materials for pupils.
3. Developed channels of dissemination and in-country support network.
This module will support already existing course “Education for EU integration” (and civic education program). The module will contribute to the implantation of state anticorruption activities. It will help National Anticorruption centre to implement its action plan connected with public awareness raising and corruption prevention.

The first partners meeting on 25-30 May 2018 in Chisinau, Moldova



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