Vänersborg Intercultural Centre

This pilot used different fairy tales for the Dialogic Literary Gatherings (DLGs) and mathematics for the Interactive Group (IG). The target group, which involved 15 to 20 children, expressed a keen interest in psychosocial support and educational activities, with children exhibiting strong motivation for educational engagement. Moreover, the parents actively contributed to organising and facilitating […]

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Karmengo Ama

The following Successful Educational Actions (SEAs) took place weekly in the school: Interactive Groups (IGs), Dialogical Literary Gatherings (DLGs), Dialogic Model of Conflict Prevention and Resolution, Learning Time Extension. 350 students were involved in the IG and the Dialogic Model (aged 3 to 11 years) and 500 students in the DLG (3 to 17 years […]

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CEIP Sant Vicent Ferrer

The following Successful Educational Actions (SEAs) took place weekly in the school: Interactive Groups (IGs), Dialogic Literary Gatherings (DLGs), Extension of Learning Time, Dialogic Training of Teachers, Family Training, Participation of the Community, Dialogic Model of Conflict Prevention and Resolution. 400 students (3 to 11 years old) and 50 teachers were involved. […]

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9th Elementary school of Piraeus

9th Elementary school of Piraeus (final day)

Dialogic Literary Gatherings (DLGs) and the dialogic model of conflict prevention and resolution were used on a weekly basis, as well as the basic methodology of interactive groups (IGs). During the first two practices, students from older classes were invited to participate as guests, in cooperation with their responsible teachers. In IGs the teachers helping […]

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52nd Elementary school of Athens

52nd Elementary school of Athens

Homer’s Odyssey, Aesop’s Myths and more international books from the school’s international library, which includes books from the students’ country of origin, were utilised. The basic methodology of Interactive Groups (IGs) was implemented in scientific classes, where older and/or more advanced students of migrant/refugee origin were brought in to assist and guide the classroom’s students. […]

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