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Purpose
  • Teacher training
The project consortium will develop learning Modules aiming to develop key competences of primary school teachers in order to be able to deal effectively with and promote equity, diversity and inclusion in the school environment. The Modules that will be available online in the English language. All Modules will be tested prior to their upload via a pilot workshop of a 20-hour capacity. The Modules that will be available online are:
  • The use of Web 2.0 technology to enhance learning in a multicultural classroom
  • Multicultural understanding and intercultural dialogue at school
  • Teaching non – native language students: methods and tools
  • “Teacher dialog – The school system in the countries of origin and Germany
  • For a better understanding of the migrants situation and breaking cultural stereotypes
Title E-COURSE: Enhancing the Participation and Learning Performance Of Migrant and Refugee Children in Primary School Education
Date launched 2017
Duration Ongoing
10/2017 – 09/2019
Type of Resource Digital Resources
Purpose Teacher Training
Online or Blended Blended
Learning objectives The aim of the eLearning Modules is to enhance the professional development of Primary School teachers and to support schools in Germany, Greece, Cyprus, UK, Italy, France, Netherlands to facilitate inclusion and success of newly arrived migrant and refugee students, thus contributing to the tackling of early school leaving (ESL).
Target group Primary School Teachers working with migrant and refugee children
Evaluation results/ monitoring plan -
Recognition or certification of learning -
Financing and sustainability model Erasmus + European Commission
Leading Organization IMA (Germany)
Contact Person Ms Gabriele Meymann-Christians
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Website https://e-course.eu/