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Welcome to the best practices page.

In European schools there is a multitude of excellent and exceptional educational practices worth sharing. The ESHA best practices portal enables schools to share their best practice with other schools around Europe. Please read the following guidelines if you would like to share your best practice.


The best practices are also published on the topic related pages you will find on the right side of this page -->


England
In this best practice, Alison Peacock describes the 7 habits of highly effectice school heads

Fred Verboon describes the global citizenship initiatives by Oxfam

The mental health approach at Framwellgate School in Durham

Newcastle University, together with a number of organisations, are developing an entrepreneurial course for school leadership teams. This course will be distributed for free at: http://www.ec4slt.com/



Finland
Extra curricular best practices from Finland



Netherlands
Educating refugee children by AVS

Together we own distributed leadership


Norway
Grief in Children, coping with death, by Atle Dyregrov, Center for Crisis Psychology


Italy
Best practice of inclusion and recovery in an Italian School


Norway
Omar Mekki from Norway deals with brats


The United States
Dorothy L. Espelage of the University of Illinois, describes how she achieves a reduction in bullying.