This course explores key challenges and strategies related to addressing and teaching diversity in the school environment and promoting tolerance. As teachers and education staff, we always aim for our student to be successful, to have the right knowledge, skills and attitudes to find their best place in the society we live in. Our modern society is extremely diversified as well as multicultural, as such, promoting diversity and tolerance in the classroom has become a crucial goal for teachers, school and adult education. Building emphatic and open-minded characters can make a real impact for learners and for the whole society.
Participating in this course teachers and education staff will share and discuss challenges, best practices and strategies about promoting tolerance and acknowledging and celebrating diversity in the classroom.
This course aims to provide teachers and education staff working in a diverse environment or interested in developing students’ tolerance with tools, strategies and best practices to address and promote diversity in the classroom and overcoming prejudices and discrimination.
Thanks to this course the participants will:
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. In case you would like to attend a session tailored for your school level, please write to email@example.com to check if there is any session planned.
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.