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  • Teacher training
The project provides free access to an online learning portal via the MOODLE platform where teachers can find useful material in relation to peer mentoring and intercultural communication. The portal offers multimedia, video and HTML guidelines and tutorials. The portal, apart from the English language, is translated in the following languages: Greek, Spanish, Italian, Polish.
Title E – EVALINTO: Evaluation Environment for fostering Intercultural Mentoring Tools and Practices at School
Date launched 2016
Duration Ongoing
October 2016 – September 2018
Type of Resource Digital Resources
Purpose Teacher Training
Online or Blended Blended
Learning objectives The objective of E-EVALINTO is to enhance the competences of secondary school teachers so to be able to deal with intercultural issues at school. Specifically, they will be able to identify migrant students at risk and promote peer mentoring actions in order to be able to tackle with problems in language, behavior, lack of motivation, integration difficulties etc. of migrant students and thus reduce Early School Leaving (ESL).
Target group Secondary School Teachers
Evaluation results/ monitoring plan -
Recognition or certification of learning Certificate of Participation accredited by the University of Salamanca
Financing and sustainability model Erasmus + European Commission
Leading Organization GRIAL Research Group University of Salamanca (Spain)
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