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15 December 2017 Guideline for Teachers on Inclusive Education: Factual Background

Nowadays, European schools receive an increasing number of foreign students, especially migrants (from outside the EU), European classes. Teachers are suddenly faced with students of different nationalities, cultures and learning styles they have difficulties to approach…This introduction module first outlines the historical context of migrations in Europe and their impact in educational environments.Then, it presents, through the results of the survey conducted by the project partners, how teachers and students nowadays see this diversity in the project partner countries.Finally, it gives an overview of projects implemented by schools in various countries to make education more inclusive.

17 November 2017 Guideline for Teachers on Inclusive Education: Definition of Skills Required by Teachers

The module has the main objective of giving teachers useful information about how they can develop intercultural competence and thus organize and manage multicultural classes. For example, Zadra (2004) states that the training of teaching staff is an important factor in the development of intercultural competences in learners.

16 November 2017 Guideline for Teachers on Inclusive Education: Responsibilities of Teachers in a Multicultural Environment

This module focuses on teachers’ awareness on the value of intercultural competences as a transformative tool, able to increase similar skills in their students, thus representing a significant factor in the improvement of their future professional qualifications and active citizenship within a multicultural European society.
This module also highlights the main responsibilities of teachers in a multicultural environment (by deconstructing prejudices, promoting diversity, improving active listening, etc.). 

27 October 2017 Third Partners' Meeting

The third meeting took place in Liege (BE) on 19 – 20 October 2017. Alessandra Viviani and Lorenzo Martellini conducted the meeting and all partners contributed with the presentation of the activities carried out at national level for the production of the Guidelines for Teachers on Inclusive Education. The meeting was also an opportunity for the partners to make a detailed planning of the project future activities and to organize the project's work that focuses on the production of a publication related the Integration of Immigrant Students at School.

04 August 2017 National and Transnational Report

National and Transnational Report are now available. The reports presents the main findings related to the survey on human rights and intercultural issues carried out in 6 European Countries. The survey involved a total number of 900 teachers and 3 000 students

06 June 2017 Best Practice

The Best Practice identified in the 6 partners’ European countries on intercultural competences and Human rights at school are now available on the project portal.

04 May 2017 Links to the I Have Rights Portal

Several educational web sites promoted the I Have Rights project through a dedicated link. The complete list of web sites promoting the I Have Rights Portal is available in the section Press Review.

03 April 2017 Second Partners Meeting

The second meeting took place in Coimbra (PT) on 30 – 31 March 2017. Alessandra Viviani and Lorenzo Martellini conducted the meeting and all partners contributed with the presentation of the activities carried out at national level for the survey related to intercultural issues, integration, non-discrimination values and human rights at school. The meeting was also an opportunity for the partners to make a detailed planning of the project future activities and to organize the project's work that focuses on the realization of the guidelines for teachers.

01 February 2017 Field Research

Project Partners are currently conducting a field research in all partners countries involving approximately 900 teachers and 3 000 students. The aim of the research is to better understand  the current situation of human rights and intercultural issues at school.

16 January 2017 Case Studies

Partners are collecting case studies  focusing on intercultural issues, integration, non-discrimination values and human rights at school. At least 60 case studeis will be identified.

05 December 2016 Transnational Network of Schools

The project partners are currently creating the network of schools interested in cultural integration issues. Several schools have already been involved from six countries. Teachers and counsellors will work together with the project partners in order to better work in multicultural classrooms. Do not hesitate to contact them!

14 November 2016 Kick off meeting in Florence

The kick off meeting took place in Florence on 29 – 30 September 2016 and it was the opportunity for the European project partners to present themselves and their activities, to discuss the activities to be carried out and to identify the main intellectual outputs to be produced.

03 October 2016 The I Have Rights project

The I Have Rights project has been funded by the European Commission and French National Agency in the framework of the Erasmus + Programma, Cooperation for innovation and the exchange of good practice, KA2 - Strategic Partnerships. The aim of the project is to provide secondary school teachers with the skills to deal with multicultural classrooms through the acquisition of intercultural competences based on the understanding of human rights  and non-discrimination values.

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