We live in a society where migrations and the consequent encounter and clash among different cultures has become extremely relevant and shall be at the top of public stakeholders’ priorities.
One of the biggest challenges for teachers and the education system is to be equipped to face newly arrived students, who may have experienced great distress and confront obstacles in adjusting to a new cultural environment. Promoting intercultural education and training intercultural competences becomes therefore crucial tomanage the encounter and possible conflicts arising from cultural differences.
Modelling empathic, critically-thinking and open minds contributes toshape welcoming school environments, where cultural diversity is promoted and celebrated, and the first step towards bringing social change and inclusive societies. Participating in this course teachers and education staff will share and discuss challenges, best practices and strategies to facing, acknowledging and celebrating interculturality in the classroom.
25/02/2024 - 02/03/2024 (Bologna)
25/02/2024 - 02/03/2024 (Palermo)
18/08/2024 - 24/08/2024 (Bologna)
18/08/2024 - 24/08/2024 (Tenerife)
06/10/2024 - 12/10/2024 (Palermo)
20/10/2024 - 26/10/2024 (Bologna)
01/12/2024 - 07/12/2024 (Tenerife)
If none of these dates suits you please mind that if there are at least 8 participants interested we may organize an additional session ad-hoc for your school.
This course is addressed to teachers, trainers, educational counsellors, career counsellors, school psychologists, headmasters, school management and administrative staff working in primary schools, secondary schools, vocational schools, training centres, adult education schools, higher education, kindergarten and NGOs. Please mind that the course may include teachers from different school levels.
The course is held in English. For groups with at least 8 participants, we can organize an ad-hoc session in a different language.
Please write an email to firstname.lastname@example.org to get more information about it.