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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15th School ‘Adam Mitskevich’

Students aged between 5 and 18; male and female; the majority were Bulgarian students, including Roma children. There was a variable number of students with foreign backgrounds, including refugee children from Ukraine, unaccompanied minors (UAMs) from Afghanistan and Iran, migrant and refugee children from Syria, Iraq, Vietnam, China. There were also approximately 50 students; five […]

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CEPAIM

Five Successful Educational Actions (SEAs) training sessions were held with educators of the centre as well as an online MHPSS (Mental Health & Psychosocial Support) training. CEPAIM has an afterschool program during the school year (September to June) and has implemented Interactive Groups (IGs) during these last weeks. In July, CEPAIM offered a summer camp […]

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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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1st Lyceum of Markopoulo

Dialogic Literary Gatherings (DLGs) were implemented weekly, as well as ad-hoc in the form of prevention and resolution of conflicts if a serious issue arose. A range of classical as well as more modern pieces of literature were used to promote dialogue amongst pupils and serve as an effective tool of preventing and resolving conflict. […]

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21st Elementary school of Athens

21st Elementary school of Athens

Music and classical art paintings were utilised in Dialogic Literary Gatherings (DLGs) during music and art classes. Kandinsky, Van Gogh, Da Vinci, as well as Beethoven, Bach were the main artists whose work was introduced during DLGs. The practice was implemented bi-weekly and used solely in these classes as the intention of the school was […]

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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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Support Group Network Mölndal

Around 50 unique participants involved (teachers, volunteers, families and children) The SEAs and MHPSS tools implemented biweekly in Interactive Groups (IGs), Dialogic Literary Gatherings (DLGs), Participation of the Community, TeamUp and games from the playbook ‘Right to play’. The SEAs were primarily implemented during Maths, English and Arabic classes. The volunteers and teachers were also […]

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St. Joseph’s Christian Brothers’ School

A needs analysis included interviewing school representatives (children, staff, and caregivers) to identify their support needs. Based on this, it was decided that the focus should be on English language learning, group-working, and parental involvement in schools through interactive groups (IGs). After pre-training evaluations with children and staff, eight staff participated in training and REFUGE-ED […]

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