Online Teachers Course

Online Teachers Course

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PAESIC Online Training is a free resource – targeted to teachers and principals of European schools – about the most effective practices in use across the continent in making our schools more inclusive and welcoming towards students with  migrant/refugee background and to enable these students to achieve better academic results.
The course is divided into 4 modules. Each module was edited by one of the partners involved in the project and focuses on each of the 4 strategies that, based on the researches conducted, are among those that work better in building inclusive schools practices.

The 4 Strategies are:

  • Differentiation
  • Inclusive Parent Engagement
  • Multilanguage
  • Collaboration

Each module is structured as follows:

  • Outline of the topic
  • Practical information
  • Why is it relevant
  • Activities
  • Self check questions

The first three parts give an overview of the topic through a brief description of the method/strategy, of how it works and some details. They are complimented with many links to online resources (mostly videos) that – we hope – will be inspiring.
Each module includes some activities/exercises inspired by the 4 strategies. The activities/exercises intend to give the course participants ideas on how to work with the  concepts described in each module in order to achieve the desired results in practice.
Self check questions session follows to help teachers/principals to understand if concepts are clear and to give them time and space to reflect if the strategy can be applied in their schools/classes.
In the end it has been set up a space where attendees can share their own thoughts and build useful connection with other teachers/principals around Europe to create a community about the topic of Inclusion in the classroom.
The course is meant to be an engaging way to approach pretty difficult content, find excellent suggestions and trigger attendees to read the intellectual outputs produced for the project in order to go deeper into the topic.

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Course Content

We all know that not all students are the same. In any given classroom, students with a range of abilities, interests, learning styles and profiles are grouped together and expected to learn certain material in a given amount of time.

  • Outline of the topic
  • Practical Information
  • Why is it relevant?
  • Activities for the teachers
  • Self reflection exercise

Inclusive Parent Engagement
Parent engagement as strategy for more successful students and how it can be applied for a more inclusive school especially with students with immigrant background.

Language education issues
Texts, language resources that exist in the space of the school and shape the linguistic landscape, do not usually reflect the super diverse reality.

Inclusive professional collaboration in and outside the classroom
Collaboration is the ability to share ideas and thoughts openly alongside another person and to come up with a combined answer, response, and our solution about a special topic or issue.