Innovative tools towards diversity in classroom context
The INN2Diversity project focuses on preparing teachers for the new diverse European classroom, by strengthening the relationship with the students, through non-formal educational strategies. Deriving from this, it also aims at diminishing the application of suspension – as the suspension rates are predictive of school drop-out.
Expected outcomes of the project
The project foresees the following outcomes:
- Developing a new methodology – mentoring – as a system-level approach to empower teachers with managing diversity in classroom strategies and tools to better engage students
- To develop, transfer and implement through transnational cooperation innovative training curricula on diversity and disruptive classroom behaviors management
- Create a profile of the mentors’ coordinator and mentor’s profile – important in mapping the necessary skills in dealing with disruptive behaviors in the classroom
- Overall professional development of the teachers, to make them better prepared for their job and more satisfied with it
Intellectual Output 1 – Report on programmes and measures to support the development of diversity and disruptive classroom behaviors management competences in teacher’s continuous professional enhancement
Leader: Asociatia Centrul de Cercetare si Formare a Universitatii de Nord Baia Mare
Intellectual Output 2 – Training curricula on diversity and disruptive classroom behaviours management
Intellectual Output 3 – Mentors’ Coordinators and Mentors profile
Leader: Cooperativa Sociale Ceis Formazione
Co-leader: Amadora Inov.
Intellectual Ouput 4 – Courses Curricula for Mentor’s Coordinators and Mentors
Co-leader: Amadora Inov.
Intellectual Output 5 – Mentoring programme for effective inclusion
Leader: San Giuseppe Onlus
Co-leader: Peterborough City Council
Peterborough City Council, United Kingdom
Aproximar Cooperativa de Solidariedade Social, CRL, Portugal
Amadora Inovation em Unipessoal Lda, Portugal
San Giuseppe Onlus, Italy
Fondatsiya Obrazovatelno Satrudnichestvo, Bulgaria
Diakonia-Ammattikorkeakoulu Oy, Finland
01/09/2019 – 31/08/2022 (36 months)
More information at: https://www.inn2diversity.org/
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