WHAT IS IT?
Schools for Inclusion is a 14-months Small-scale Partnership in the field of School Education that involves five organisations from four European Union countries (Greece, Portugal, Romania and Spain). The main aim of the project is to improve the tools and methodologies used in secondary schools to educate in values in order to contribute to the social inclusion of ethnic minorities and migrants.
The main objectives of the project are:
‑To improve the key competences of teachers, other professionals and people involved in secondary education so they can educate students in values and promote social inclusion;
‑To exchange experiences, good practices and methodologies between organizations and professionals from four European countries, in order to work on the inclusion of people belonging to ethnic monitories and migrants through educational innovation tools;
‑To facilitate the improvement of the educational quality of the participating schools through the knowledge of new educational tools developed by secondary schools, with the aim of working on education in values for social inclusion;
‑To create a network of organizations, active in the field of school education, that work on inclusion, education in values based on solidarity and empathy for diversity, through educational innovation tools, promoting cooperation between Programme countries.
Duration of the project: 15/05/2022 – 14/07/2023 [14 months]
The main activities are:
‑Transnational Coordination Meeting in Portugal to specify strategies, working methodologies and details of activities;
-Phase I: analysis of tools and methodologies of educational innovation to work on education in values and promotion of the inclusion of ethnic minorities and migrants in secondary education and identification of good practices;
‑International Seminar in Spain to exchange good practices and learn how the same topic is worked in different countries;
-Phase II: adaptation and implementation in every country of the exchanged tools and good practices and formulation of proposals for a more efficient work on values education and inclusion in secondary schools.
-Final Conference in Greece for the presentation of project outputs and outcomes.
This project will have an impact both on participants (new competences acquired and/or improved, personal and professional development, etc.), on the organisations (use of new competences and tools, exchange of good practices, creation of new products, better quality and efficiency, etc.), and on society in general (new tools to face the challenges of today’s society, greater awareness of the importance of inclusion and education in values, etc.).