Addressing Diversity and Equality in classroom
As the Europe becomes a more culturally and ethnically diverse nation, public schools are becoming more diverse, too.
- • Improved competences, linked to the participants’ professional profiles:
- • Increased English language skills.
- • Increased knowledge of diversity and equal opportunities.
- • Increased analytical skills.
- • Increased knowledge of different ways how to address diversity issues in classroom.
- • Increased creativity and motivation.
- • Increased awareness of European Equality Regulations.
- • Increased awareness of UK Education system and methods used in UK schools to meet needs of the disadvantaged students.
Better quality of the work through:
- • Increased knowledge of new methods and approaches.
- • Greater understanding and responsiveness to social, linguistic and cultural diversity of Europe and local area.
- • Increased motivation and creativity in daily work.
Schools should find the most effective pedagogical approaches to help all students succeed academically as well as learn to get along with each other.
To create a positive environment where students and teachers are respectful of different backgrounds, schools have to be proactive. Schools should strive to create an environment where all children feel valued and all children can learn.
This training aims to help schools create and sustain a welcoming and inclusive environment for pupils and parents from all backgrounds and ensure equal access for all.
This course takes a refreshing look at the subject of equal opportunities with an interactive sessions that aims to encourage a greater understanding of the subject.
By the end of the training course you are guaranteed to leave with a different approach and a firmer understanding of what is required in practice.
During the training you will explore theoretical and practical aspects of addressing diversity and equality in classroom as well as will visit local schools to gain a greater understanding how UK schools address diversity and equality.
Why Do We Need to Address Diversity?As more and more students from diverse backgrounds populate 21st century classrooms, and efforts mount to identify effective methods to teach these students, the need for pedagogical approaches that are culturally responsive intensifies.
Today’s classrooms require teachers to educate students varying in culture, language, abilities, and many other characteristics.
To meet this challenge, teachers must employ not only theoretically sound but also culturally responsive pedagogy.
Teachers must create a classroom culture where all students regardless of their cultural and linguistic background are welcomed and supported, and provided with the best opportunity to learn.
Broader understanding of practices, policies and systems:
Methods used:Combination of methodology sessions, case studies, practical activities in the field and visits to local schools.
How to Apply?
POSSIBLE Source of FUNDING
Erasmus+ Mobility project for school education staff under Key Action 1 (staff training) follow the link here: Opportunities for staff
Who can take part?Staff in charge of school education(teaching and non-teaching, including school managers, heads, etc.), working in the sending school(s)as well as other educational staff (school inspectors, school counsellors, pedagogical advisors, phychologists, etc.) involved in the strategic development of the sending school(s). Eligible countries: all EU countries and former Yugoslav, Liechtenstein, Switzerland, Republic of Macedonia, Norway, Turkey and Iceland).
When & How to apply:Applicants (any organisation working in adult education field) have to submit their grant application by
2 February at 12:00 (midday Brussels time).
Please, do not hesitate to contact us if your school would like to take part in the proposed trainings. Send your express of interest email to: