This resource can be used by teachers of different subjects for all age groups. It aims to teach an understanding of stereotyping and prejudice as well as the importance of supporting people in your environment. The unit therefore educates learners in valuing human dignity and human rights and, thus, in intercultural competence.
The resource employs group work, case-studies, think-pair-share, interactive lecturing and scribing methods and can be used to work with students of all age groups. It is suitable for small or large groups of students and encourages participants to formulate opinions and positions, reflect on them and exchange different viewpoints in order to foster critical thinking and discourse competence.
To cite this resource: Kidalova, N. (2017, November). Strengthening Education for Democracy (STED) WALLS [PDF]. Strasbourg: The Pestalozzi Programme, Council of Europe, Training Programme for Education Professionals.