About the project
INEDU: Inclusive education model for children with migration background in pre-primary education is an international Erasmus+ project running under the KA3 support for policy reform string. The main aim of the project is to help the teachers in pre-primary education to address the increasing social and cultural diversity in their classroom. The project includes both research activities as well as exchange of experience and transfer of innovation. The project is running from December 2016 to November 2018.
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Foundation for the Development of Democracy (Lodz) – Poland
Instituto di Sociologia Internazionale di Gorizia I.S.I.G. – Italy
Windmill I.P.S. Pre-Primary School – United Kingdom
Association Center for Intercultural Dialogue (Kumanovo) – Macedonia
Eesti People to People – Estonia
Gradinita program prelungit perlutere marii – Romania
Gradinita CU Program Prelungit NR. 34 – Romania
Folkuniversitetet, Stiftelsen vid Lunds universitetet (Lund) – Sweden
Predzskole Miejskie nr 152 (Lodz) – Poland
The partners met at the first transnational meeting in Lodz (Poland) organised by the coordinator. We built a strong team and planned the next steps in the project, in particular, the study visit form pre-school teachers to Windmill Integrated School in Dungannon (United Kingdom). The visit will take place in May 2017.
At the beginning of May, we spend a great time with teachers from pre-schools in Horni Mecholupy a Velke Pritocno, visiting integrated primary school Windmill in Dungannon (U.K.). On the first day, the teachers participated in several short workshops prepared by the represenatives of local education support, British council and other local schools. The second day was devoted to visiting Windmill and learning about their teaching approach in real context. DungannonMeetingMay2017_agenda
In June, we a focus group devoted to inclusion in pre-school educatio was organised. Being a part of a wider research, the focus group linked teachers and school managers from private and public pre-schools and representatives of administration and universities. The conclusions of the debate will be incorporated into the overall research report. INEDU Focus Group Guidelines