Co-creation

This approach is particularly relevant for working with people from marginalised groups, whose voices are often absent from research and policy debates. […]

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Dialogic teacher training

This action encourages teachers to learn from the research available from the international scientific community and to develop their knowledge of the best educational theories. Reading, researching and discussing Successful Educational Actions supported by the international scientific community and sharing knowledge through this space are the most common actions to acquire the best and most […]

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Dialogic model of prevention and resolution of conflicts

This is a model for preventing and dealing with conflicts through egalitarian dialogue involving the whole community. In dealing with conflict, consensus among all parties involved, especially students, on the rules of coexistence takes centre stage, generating a dialogue shared by the entire community throughout the normative process (procedural ethics).  The dialogic model focuses on […]

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Training of family members

Family education means opening the school to families in order to improve their instrumental education. The educational centres’ training offer is open not only to students and teachers, but also to families. Family education is based on training in successful actions and responds to the interests and needs of families. The programmes and contents of […]

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Dialogic gatherings

A Dialogic Gathering (DG) is both an educational and a cultural activity where all participants discuss best universal works in literature, art, music, science and other domains, and together construct meaning. DGs enable anyone to have direct access to the universally recognised “best works”, regardless of their age, gender, culture or ability. Dialogic learning is […]

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Interactive groups

In the classroom, heterogeneous groupings of students in terms of learning level, gender, culture, etc. are made. Each group carries out a specific activity for a short period of time while an adult (volunteer, family member, another teacher or professional from another field) supervises the group, ensuring that they work on the activity and that […]

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