What makes a good inclusion project? A Study Visit for newcomers engaging in international mobilities
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Themes and goals:
This is a study visit for newcomer schools/ organisations and schools to see a number of best practice projects with a focus on inclusion and to understand what makes them best practice.- To connect theory with practice.-participants to develop new partnerships and potential new pojects. -have a clear understanding of the Erasmus+ Programme and opportunities within KA1 and KA2-To receive a clearer understanding of how to incorporate inclusion within your school.
The participants will: -Clear understanding of what is considered a good quality project- will develop partnerships and new project ideas.-will visit a number of projects working with inclusion and young people ages 6-12 years of age.
This TCA was initially meant to occur face to face, unfortunately due to Covid restrictions we decided to transfer it online.As a result, this study visit will occur over three afternoons from 2:00pm- 4:30pm (GMT+1). The dates are as follows:
-18th November 2020
- 25th November 2020
- 2nd December 2020
Partners and participants
IE01 - Léargas
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0 - Any
Profile of participants:
This is for school teachers or principals working with primary school students (6-12 years of age) looking to develop projects under School Exchange Partnerships and Staff Mobility focusing on inclusion.
Pending booked places
BE01 - 1 CY01 - 2 DE03 - 3 DK01 - 2 EE01 - 2 FI01 - 2 FR01 - 2 HU01 - 2 LT01 - 2 MT01 - 2 PL01 - 2 SI01 - 2 SK01 - 2 BG01 - 2 PT01 - 2 SE01 - 2
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