myEUROPE is a Web-based project which aims to help teachers raise their pupils' awareness of what it means to be a young citizen in Europe. By involving a network of more than 8000 schools, the diversity of Europe is brought into the classroom via the Internet, because the path to living together in Europe starts at school! Read more.
The Network of European Foundations (NEF) and European Schoolnet invite teachers to explore and integrate this resource kit into their teaching and learning activities in schools. The resource comprises a series of themed discussion activities based on semi-animated PowerPoint stories, together with case studies and background information, follow-up practical investigations in the local community, and opportunities for young people to make their voices heard on European issues.
This learning object can be used by students (12 - 20 years old) as well as by anyone who is interested to find out more on the decision-making process in the European Union. The module is in four parts.
This article describes the path from the local, regional, and national identity to the European citizenship. It also explains the main rights of the European citizens and which factors contributed to bring the European citizenship concept closer to them.