The Culture of Good Neighborhood cross-cutting course programs are designed for different levels of education, from preschool to adult education. It is aimed at developing lifelong learning, democratizing the educational environment, supporting intercultural and peace education, and broad social inclusion in Ukraine. The collection of interactive programs for educators “Learning to Teach the Culture of Good Neighborhood to Children and Adults” (compiled by Oleksandra Kozorog and Nelya Lebid) contains material for preparing classes for various levels of education. The materials in the collection can be used in teaching students of pedagogical specialties and in the professional development of teachers in the system of formal and non-formal education. With some adaptation, these developments can also be used when working with parents of children or creating civic education classes for high school students. The publication may be useful for researchers and pedagogical staff of postgraduate pedagogical education institutions, professional development centers, as well as andragogues, classroom teachers, social workers, school psychologists, civic activists, etc.
The electronic version of the collection was created within the framework of the project “Pilot Teaching of the Subject “Culture of Good Neighborhood” in the New Ukrainian School and Ensuring its Sustainability” by the NGO “IDC “Integration and Development” with the support of the USAID/ENGAGE activity, which is funded by the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) and implemented by Pact in Ukraine. The contents of this publication are the sole responsibility of Pact and its partners and do not necessary reflect the views of USAID or the United States Government.