The ORIENT Curriculum is intended to be a learning tool for trainers to integrate orienteering into their practices with young people.
This policy brief presents the research, summarises the most important policy-relevant findings, and the cross-country policy recommendations for integration of migrant children in education, as they follow from the MiCREATE project.
GEM IN – Game to EMbrace INtercultural education; second issue of the newsletter of the project, July 2021
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The report presents the political and media discourse around migration from 6 countries (Austria, Denmark, Poland, Slovenia, Spain and the UK).
The report presents the findings from the national researches implemented across 6 countries (Austria, Denmark, Poland, Slovenia, Spain and the UK) that aimed to evaluate migration and integration policy landscape and new trends in this area with a focus on migrant children.
The report presents the data on migration and migrant children, gaps in data, comments, analysis and conclusions from 6 countries (Austria, Denmark, Poland, Slovenia, Spain and the UK).
The report produces a sample list from the key 6 study countries (Austria, Denmark, Poland, Slovenia, Spain and the UK), with snapshots of case studies based on best practices and innovative approaches to integration.
The report produces a sample list from the 6 study countries, with snapshots of case studies based on best practices and innovative approaches to integration.
This paper aims to present some of the key contemporary debates on child migrants and their educational contexts, and what integration might mean.
The ORIENT Anthology is the result of the collection of knowledge, tools and methodologies linked to the practice of orienteering for social purposes.
TEACHmi aims to provide effective tools, teaching materials and guidelines to teachers of multicultural classes as well as school leaders in order to facilitate the inclusion of students with migrant backgrounds.
For this DISC Sustainability report, each partner chose some projects from their own countries, analysing the sustainability after the project life time ended.
This report aims to provide recommendations for the further use and development of e-Learning systems in Higher Education Institutions that aim to enhance special needs students’ academic performance.