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Publication of RESCUR Surfing The Waves. A Resilience Curriculum for Early Years and Primary Schools in Europe

Wednesday, March 9th, 2016 at 10:40 am

RESCUR Surfing The Waves: A Resilience Curriculum for Early Years and Primary Schools in Europe,  has been published in seven languages in both soft and hard copies. It consists of five manuals, namely a Teachers' Guide, a Parents' Guide, and three Activities Manuals (Early Years, Early Primary, Late Primary). The soft copy includes also mindfulness activities, theme posters and animal cards amongst others. It is strongly recommended that schools and other institutions and agencies interested in implementing the programme, would first receive training in implementation; for this reason only the Teachers' Guide is being made available to the public (please click on the book cover), the other four manuals will be made available during the training. A training team has been set up in each of the six partner countries; for further information on training please contact Professor Carmel Cefai, Centre for Resilience and Socio-Emotional Health, University of Malta at carmel.cefai@um.edu.mt

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Photos from RESCUR Launch Seminar, Greece, 16th December 2015

Wednesday, December 23rd, 2015 at 9:22 am

Photos and Presentation from the RESCUR Launch Seminar, Greece, 16th December 2015

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Photos from RESCUR Launch held at Orebro University, Sweden

Monday, December 21st, 2015 at 8:00 am

Launch of RESCUR program named “Jag vill , jag kan, jag törs!” held at Orebro University, Sweden, on the 24th of November, 2015.    

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University of Malta

The University of Malta is the highest teaching institution in Malta, consisting of 33 faculties, centres and institutes. It is a publicly funded institution, the only university in the country, and is open to all those who have the requisite qualifications. In the past decades it has reviewed its structures in order to be in line with the Bologna process and the European Higher Education Area. It has over 10,000 students including over 600 foreign/exchange students from nearly 60 different countries, with more than 3000 students graduating every year

The Centre for Resilience and Social and Emotional Health at the University of Malta seeks to develop and promote social and emotional health and resilience in children and young people. It operates as a transdisciplinary research centre tapping into the various strands of research and expertise provided by the different disciplines in the field, and conducts research and development work in the area, seeking to address local and national needs while contributing to knowledge in the international domain. The Centre is currently leading two international research projects funded by the EU, one an international three year research project in the promotion of mental health in schools with two British universities and two Australian universities, and the other on the development of a resilience curriculum for European schools involving six European universities. It is also a partner in another European project on teacher resilience and an international study on child wellbeing.

The Centre publishes the International Journal of Emotional Education, an international, online, open access, peer reviewed journal. Besides conducting and publishing local, European and international research, it also seeks to develop and promote empirically-grounded and theoretically-sound intervention and prevention strategies in the area, disseminate knowledge and promote learning and teaching about best practices and relevant research in socio-emotional health and resilience, provides consultation to the local educational authority and schools and advanced research-based education and training to educators and other professionals at local and cross-European levels.