The DISC partnership actively promoted the digital and active citizenship skills of immigrant people, locals, teachers, and educators, as well as implemented and disseminated best practices.
From 14:00 to16:00 | Online
Interculturality and active digital citizenship were the main topics addressed during the DISC “Inclusive Education” training.
The purpose of DISC Training is to provide up-to-date and inspiring information and tools for teachers, educators, youth workers and other professionals who are interacting with a society that becomes more and more diverse and intercultural on a daily basis.
The goal of the DISC project is to improve the digital skills of people with a migratory background and, at the same time, to facilitate their social inclusion through the experimentation of innovative pedagogical methodologies.
For many people the last few months have been challenging. The global health crisis we have been experiencing uncovered many shortcomings of both, our health care systems and our societies as a whole. However, tough periods also foster creative and innovative solutions. Partly transferring education, business and social activities to the online space has allowed many groups of people to find some normality in midst of the chaos and has had a strongly positive and regenerative effect on our environment.
In order to discuss the national piloting plans, outline the next steps of the project and exchange the experiences already made before and during the project, all project partners from the five participating countries Finland, Spain, Slovenia, Belgium and Italy, met the 8th and 9th October in Palermo, Italy.
Within the DISC project, we are creating and experimenting the Multisensory Space – a space where multidimensional learning becomes possible.