2018: Social inclusion through equality in diversity – CJRAE Sibiu
Project Promoter: CJRAE Sibiu
Project Code: 2018-EY-PMIP-R1-0013
Overall objective: Institutional development by improving and streamlining the competencies of the educational experts within CJRAE Sibiu
- Acquiring innovative approaches to achieve and enhance the retention of disadvantaged students
- Practical exploration of the teacher’s role as an agent of change not only of his own practice, but as a person with a personalized, informal and collaborative vision of education
- Acquiring key competences in intercultural education and acquiring new learning methods by cooperation in multicultural/diverse groups
Norwegian partner, Newschool AS: an educational design agency specializing in creating tools that facilitate learning experiences appropriate to current needs. The Agency focuses on innovation in education technology and is a member of the Nordic Center for Social Innovation.
Icelandic partner, InterCultural Iceland: a non-profit consortium developing innovative educational initiatives and offering a broad spectrum of multidisciplinary expertise and training activities. Research and training center in the field of intercultural education and teacher training in: cooperative learning, complex training methodology, active, creative teaching methods in the field of anti-racist and anti-discrimination training.
Impact: Increasing motivation and awareness of the active involvement of beneficiaries in psycho-pedagogical/logopedic counseling activities, motivation of school counselors/speech therapists to apply innovative and inclusive methods in their activities with pupils.
Main results: A good practice guide that includes games and activities to create a safe and trusting atmosphere in class, with examples of cooperative learning activities; implementing innovative methods/approaches in psycho-pedagogical/speech therapy activities.
Numbers: 9 participants, 3 disseminations in CJRAE Sibiu for 60 experts, 7 disseminations/workshops in schools for 109 teachers, 71 parents, 189 preschools students, 3 symposiums.