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- Teacher training
The project aims to promote strategies and methods that help students with a migrant background at risk of early school leaving, to maintain their motivation, through the development, testing and validation of an Intercultural Mentoring Programme, based on the empowered peer education methodology. The project promotes an innovative model that fosters young people sense of initiative and motivates students with migrant background to fulfill their educational potential. The Intercultural Mentor provides support to their peers in learning, study prosecution guidance and homework’s support.
The outcomes of the project include:
- Didactic Kit: conceived as self-teaching materials which contains the training framework to directly implement the model of intervention in secondary schools system;
- Guideline Handbook: supports the future implementation of training courses – by other education organizations and secondary school;
- Training courses for teachers from the perspective of teaching / learning life-skills, key competencies in order to set up a new model of intervention towards migrants within their schools;
- An informal training course for students with a migrant background to become an Intercultural Mentor
|Date launched||November 2013|
|Status (Ongoing, forthcoming)||Ongoing|
|Type of Resource||Electronic handbook
|Online or Blended||Blended|
|Target group||Students with a migrant background at risk of early school leaving (primary/secondary education)/ teachers working with migrants|
|Evaluation results/ monitoring plan||In the framework of the INTO project each partner implemented the intercultural mentoring programme in schools. During the programme each student – mentor was responsible to support and guide his mentee as well as to keep notes in his diary. In the same way. teachers – coordinators were responsible to guide and support both mentors and mentees.
Evaluation was based on the successful completion of the online course.
|Recognition or certification of learning||N/A|
|Europass||Aligned with basic Europass fields|
|Financing and sustainability model||Financed by the Lifelong Learning Program of the European Commission
To be sustained through its integration to the normal activities of the partners in supporting teachers’ capacity building and multicultural education. The resources remain open and available.
|Leading Organization||OXFAM ITALIA|
|Contact Details||Contact Form: www.oxfamitalia.org/contatti|