Schools 4 Inclusion

Schools 4 Inclusion

S4M

Description

The “Schools 4 Inclusion” project involves the elaboration of an effective strategy for the evolvement of the school into an inclusive environment, conductive to the successful integration of children of migrant background. The project methodology draws upon two broad areas of educational discourse, in particular the principles of inclusive education and the whole- school approach. The project will develop and implement the “Inclusive Education Whole-School Approach” which is comprised of two (2) distinct components, the Inclusive Schools Methodology and Guidelines and the Inclusive Education Toolbox. A total of fifteen (15) schools throughout Europe will pilot the Inclusive Education Whole- School Approach with the aim to improve the educational attainment of migrant school- aged children and to support schools and educational professionals to adopt inclusive education practices for the migrant students.

Results

  • The Inclusive Education Guidelines

  • The Inclusive Education Action Plans for the participating schools

  • National and European reports on the training needs of teachers and migrant students in relation to inclusive education

  • The Toolbox of Ideas, Activities, Tools and Templates on Inclusive Education

Activities

  • Development of the Inclusive School Methodology comprised of the Inclusive Education Guidelines and the Inclusive Education Action Plans for the participating schools

  • Research and analysis of the training needs of educational professionals and of migrant students for the implementation of the inclusive education methodology

  • Development of the Inclusive Education Toolbox containing tools, templates and activities to be applied in the participating schools to promote the educational inclusion of migrant students

  • Training activities for 15 teachers and school leaders on inclusive education and on the project’s approach

  • Implementation of the Inclusive Education Action Plans in the participating schools throughout Europe.

Partners

  • University Pompeu Fabra, Spain (coordinator)
  • Titan Partnership (United Kingdom)
  • Amadora INOVA (Portugal)
  • Athens Lifelong Learning Institute (Greece)
  • TLC College (United Kingdom)
  • CPIP, Romania

More Information

Date of the Project:

2019- 2022

Funding programme:

Erasmus +, Key Action 02, Strategic Partnerships for School Education

Tags:

school education
inclusive education
youth
migrant students
unaccompanied minors
teacher training
social inclusion
Erasmus+

Contact:

Xenophon Chalatsis xchalatsis@athenslifelonglearning.gr

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