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.
Education and Training
The TEMSIC guides are addressed to teachers in order to explore the issue of the Global Citizenship Education and foster new educational models for “transformative” societies and so in order to train students become active citizens of the world.
iLikeIT2 has the goal of fostering collaborative work in class by developing a functioning prototype of a response tool that will enable lecturers to organize students easily and time-efficiently into groups and receive responses from all participating students.
In this section you can find the newsletters of the IDEA project.
A Psychosocial Learning Resource for Refugee and Migrant Solidarity Responders assists readers in better understanding of trauma and resilience, and the mind, body and nervous system impacts of sustained stress.
This Psychosocial Resilience Training Manual comprehensive manual contains reflections and practices that can help anyone engaged in solidarity-based responses to migration.
Here are updates on the Digital Practices for Inclusive Programs project.
The D3 professional teacher development course focuses on competences related to digital technologies and data literacy.
D3 Gallery of case studies contains examples of pedagogical approaches for developing digital data literacy in secondary schools.
The D3 project has created a toolkit of resources to help teachers to use and integrate open data in their classes, and increase their digital data literacy and open data awareness.
Are you interested to learn more about IDEA? Have a look at its leaflet!
The GoSport Guide emphasizes on identifying relevant core subjects and issues of social responsibility and how social responsibility can be effectively integrated throughout a sports organization.
The Hei4Diversity training course is designed primarily to strengthen the capacity of all members of the university community to recognize any form of violence and discrimination against LGBTQI+ groups and to take action against them.
The Didactic Guide is the document that introduces the Hei4Diversity innovative online training course.
These newsletters are addressed to anyone interested in teacher education, STEAM and computational thinking.