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Integration at School

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The publication focuses on the Integration of Immigrant Students at School.

The publication focuses on the Integration of Immigrant Students at School. The publication is divided in 3 main parts:
  • Introduction to inclusion in education: The benefits of intercultural approach to teaching; Intercultural competences: what they are, how we use them; denial, defence, minimization: where do we stand; human rights and students rights
  • Identity, otherness, cultures: identity and differences (anthropology); ethnocentrism vs. ethno-relativism (anthropology); human rights and minorities (law); the right of children to listen (law)
  • Contexts and relations: migration flows (sociology); developing open teaching perspectives (education); relations with families and second generation (education); teaching diversity with diverse tools (education)
  • Different skills: evaluate foreign students; Linguistic differences and multilingualism; the reconstruction of previous schooling; planning an intercultural activity

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