The European Commission releases the 2018 Education and Training Monitor
The Education and Training Monitor is a European Commission publication that presents a yearly evaluation of education and training systems across Europe. It emphasizes priority themes and informs national education reform debates in EU Member States. According to the results showed in this publication, students with a migrant background on average report a slightly higher motivation to achieve […]Read More
Supporting multicultural and multilingual education through a virtual learning environment
A major new task has started: the design, implementation and evaluation of a virtual learning environment to support multicultural and multilingual education at home and in (pre)school. This tool will contribute to the development of the multi/intercultural competences of professionals. The ISOTIS Italian team has built a beautiful digital platform with multiple functionalities to support […]Read More
Romani Early Years Network: Willing to speak Romani?
“Willing to speak Romani?” is the title of the article by ISOTIS researcher Stanislav Daniel (ISSA) on the Romani Early Years Network website. Our colleague highlights that the acceptance of the Romani language is crucial to embrace diversity in today’s open society. The Romani language is part of cultural heritage and cultural wealth of the world. However, using this language […]Read More
Conference on Cultural Diversity, Migration and Education
ISOTIS participated in the invited symposium Linguistic Diversity in the Classroom at the conference on Cultural Diversity, Migration and Education, organized in Potsdam, Germany, on August 23rd – 25th. The aim of the conference was to better understand how cultural diversity and issues related to migration are potential resources that contribute to children’s positive educational […]Read More
Inclusion in Europe: Two realities?
PRELIMINARY RESULTS OF THE INTERVIEW STUDY AMONG PARENTS IN TEN EUROPEAN COUNTRIES The ISOTIS team interviewed parents with a Turkish, North-African, Romani and native low-income background about their views and experiences related to children’s education. These interviews were conducted in the Czech Republic, England, France, Germany, Greece, Italy, the Netherlands, Norway, Poland, and Portugal. Preliminary […]Read More
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