The project will offer psychological and pedagogical support for students by providing useful tools and methods for parents, who become teachers to their own children. Meetings and mobilities will allow institutional partnership and cooperation as well as exchange of good practices. Proposed innovative tools and methods (tutoring, interdisciplinary projects, boosting agency) will not only support homeschooled children, but also serve teachers in their everyday classroom work. Ideas for interdisciplinary projects included in the Interdisciplinary Incentives (IO 3) will enrich free educational resources and inspire teachers, parents and students. The project supports inclusive education by making schools more open for alternative teaching methods (HE). Examples from ADE, Free School (PL) and School in the Clouds (ISL) prove that HE can be a way of preventing exclusion from the educational system e. g. students with various impairments or special educational needs. Tutoring will help students gain crucial skills, such as time management, setting and reaching personal goals, which address the need of adjusting educational offers to the needs of the 21st century.