CRADLE project consortium partner’s Rebecca Weicht, who works on our mainstreaming strategy and making the CRADLE methodology well known to teachers around Europe, was featured as a “European Hero” recently! Watch the video here on her work in entrepreneurship education and her explaining CRADLE:
Rebecca, the European Hero driven to change education and learning from the ground up, by developing young people with an entrepreneurial mindset.#EuropeanHeroes
Gepostet von European Heroes am Samstag, 26. Mai 2018
Shoutout to the heroes of European Heroes who are driven by their concern about young people’s decreasing levels of political participation. European Heroes aims to inspire young people to take action at a local, national and European level by providing them with role models and hands-on advice on how to make their voices heard. The team interviews young European activists who carried out various successful initiatives and produce videos and ‘how-to’ articles on the different ways to become civically engaged, such as how to start a petition or a movement. The videos feature young Europeans and therefore highly relatable role models.