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CNC Materials

You can find here the manuals, guides, training packages and other materials developed by the CNC members and affiliates as a result of joint initiatives.


CNC Reports

Here you can find the annual reports of the Caucasus Network for Children. Annual reports give more information about the development and the activities of the CNC.


35 Lessons. Guidebook on extracurricular teaching for teachers. Grades 6-8.

This book consists of projects and extracurricular activities based on interactive teaching methods. The guidebook is intended to be used as a practical tool by school teachers, professionals working in informal education institutions and school psychologists. It might also be a valuable resource for the application of interactive teaching and learning methods and the development of civic education for other professionals working with children and youth.


Guidebook for Media


This guidebook for media was developed by five CNC partners within the joint project “Speaking of myself”. It is available in five languages: Armenian, Azerbaijani, Russian, English, and Georgian. The book showcases the work of media representatives, journalists, and photographers completed during the joint activities: the photos, videos, and practical suggestions present a valuable experience gained through the regional project.


School Leadership Course

The School Leadership Course was developed by CNCs international team and was piloted in schools in Chechnya. This course was undertaken as part of the project “School Leadership developments in post conflict societies”, jointly implemented by the Centre for Innovations in Education (Azerbaijan), the Northern Caucasus Federal University (Stavropol, Russian Federation) and Sintem NGO (Republic of Chechnya, RF) with the support of the Education Support Program of the Open Society Institution.


Educators’ handbook to inclusion

The handbook was developed within the framework of the project "My life – my future" and is intended to be used by teachers, social workers, psychologists, for their work in inclusive groups. The handbook collected the experience of the members of the Caucasus Network for Children from the North Caucasus.