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Social exclusion among peers migration & integration

This training review assumes that teacher education for inclusion should prepare teachers to engage with learner diversity arising from age, gender, sexual orientation, ethnic, cultural, linguistic or religious background, socioeconomic status, disability or special educational needs. 



  • Learn about strategies & resources for educators 

  • Open, project oriented and pupil centred forms of education

  •  Use and production of new teaching materials, design of learning environments

  • The development of a ‘can-do’ culture which supports provision to meet the needs of disengaged and excluded learners

  • Create academic materials (videos)

  • Reflection and adaptation of one’s own values, attitudes and action patterns. 

Practical activities:

  • Compulsory educational attainment and adult life chances

  • Non-school factors and educational attainment

  • Education: a strategy to reduce social exclusion?

  • Behaviour management training 


  • Changing conceptions of inclusion

  • Training on social exclusion in the age of social media 

  • Guidance details on the legal responsibilities & Guidelines for Inclusion

  • Opportunities to develop practical skills VS. Creative approach

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