Interactive Groups (IGs) have been implemented biweekly in two classes.
The students have learnt to better manage difficult tasks by accepting that challenges can occur and that can be tackled with less stress. Students are more focused as a result because they know that they can be helped.
The practice allows migrants to improve their language skills thanks to the presence of volunteers and due to the fact that no evaluation will be done.
Working in different groups has supported their coexistence in the class.
SEA has enriched the students. The school is more open, more dynamic as a result. The peers are now seen as someone that can be helpful.