Global Learning for Sense of Belonging

Maria Luísa Vieira das Neves |


Th Global Learning for Sense of Belonging (Globe) is a 36 month long international innovative project that aims to advance human well-being and social inclusion within and beyond

school environments by enriching the sense of belonging of school leaders, teachersand students alike.


To reach the aim, the objectives of GloBe are to:

1) deepen and broaden the scope of day-to-day work of school principals towards pedagogical and shared leadership

2) enhance novice teachers? shared and co-teaching professional capabilities to cross disciplinary and grade-level boundaries in schools, and

3) introduce new to ?sustainable future? learning modules to actively engage students.

LaSalete Coelho
Coordenador Institucional
Maria Luísa Vieira das Neves
Project code
intervention region
IPVC Financing.
40.225,00 €
Principal beneficiary entity

RAUH | Beneficiária principal | 104.460,00 €

Partner Entity

IPVC | Co-beneficiária | 40.225,00 €

FGS | Co-beneficiária | 57.885,00 €

UNIVJY | Co-beneficiária | 38.335,00 €

UnivOU | Co-beneficiária | 54.075,00 €

InstRom | Co-beneficiária | 58.560,00 €

Univ_IASI | Co-beneficiária | 28.090,00 €

start date
final date
IPVC reimbursement rate.
Total Amount
381.630,00 €
financial support

Erasmus+ | 0,00 €


GloBe project comprises sets of training activities, outputs, and outcomes, which are closely inter-related and support each other throughout the project cycle and development

process. Thematically trainings and intellectual outcomes will focus on following themes: Pedagogical Leaderships, Shared Leadership, Co-teaching; Global Citizenship Education; and

Agenda 2030 and Sustainable Development Goals. The project will intertwine the development of professional competences and global issues pedagogy, and in doing so, create new

kind of future professional capabilities and identities.

GloBe comprises of three identical courses/groups, which all include five core training activities. For each training, we will select one leader/principal and two teachers (3 professionals)

from the same school to create local teams (2 schools) to support each other in each partner country. In total we will train 54 professionals, 18 from each country in one semester long

learning process. The first and the last training are intensive residential international seminars, whereas the second and fourth take place in local schools in each three partner

countries. Third training is a webinar. Through the activities that take place in local schools, we will reach indirectly a great number of educational professionals and most importantly,

hundreds of students.


1. Improved professional capabilities and confidence of leaders/principals and teachers to apply pedagogical leadership, shared leadership, and co-teaching in their schools;

2. Improved knowledge-base of leaders/principals and teachers about ethical global issues pedagogy, and skills to mainstream its core themes into school curriculum and day-to-day activities;

3. Active and inclusive local, national, and international mentoring system to support leaders/principals and teachers in their work to maintain global issues through horizontal dialogue;

4. Enhanced school democracy and increased opportunities for students to be heard, and to engage in planning, implementation, and assessment of school-activities;

5. Increased analytical understanding about theory of change and impact assessment..