LEARNING EXCHANGE HSP Day 2020 5 – 6 Października 2020
Webinar „Highly sensitive child. Model of support in school/preschool environment”
On 29-30 January 2020, the 3rd project meeting was organized in Tenerife by the University of La Laguna
There are two days of intensive work on a support model for highly sensitive pre-school and early school age children behind us.
Rome was the place of the second meeting with the new project partners
On November 12-13 in Lublin, in the University of Economics and Innovation in Lublin, the first meeting of the E-MOTION project took place
The E-MOTION project is made up of people – experts from six European institutions. Their work allows to realize a socially important goal, supporting highly sensitive children
University of Economics and Innovation in Lublin
The University of Economics and Innovation in Lublin is the largest non-public university in eastern Poland, known for its practical approach for the profession and extensive cooperation with enterprises.
Universidad de Alicante
The University of Alicante (UA) was founded in 1979. Currently, it educates and trains over 25,000 students – of which 2,500 are foreign students – offering over 80 undergraduate and 96 postgraduate programs.
Universidad de la Laguna
The University of La Laguna, the oldest in the Canary Islands, has over 200 years of history and is an institution open to the world.
Città metropolitana di Roma Capitale
The metropolitan capital of Rome, with over 4.3 million inhabitants, is the largest metropolitan city in Italy.
Expert Psy Asociatia Psihologilor Specialisti
Expert Psy – an association founded in 2014, whose aim is to support and promote the development of psychology as a science and profession, and to increase the professionalism of psychologists.
The municipal kindergarten “Breshia” is a public institution subordinate to the Ministry of Labor and Social Policy of North Macedonia, established in 1969. Currently, is hosting over 400 students within 3 kindergartens in the city of Debar
High sensitivity, a term introduced in the specialty literature by the psychotherapist researcher Elaine Aron, represents an innate trait, encountered in 15-20% of the population