In the last three years we have developed the European project MiCREATE, with the participation of researchers from ten countries and fifteen organizations. Its objective is to explore and offer alternatives to how European educational systems welcome and respond to the needs of children and young people with a migrant background. This project, despite considering the role and responsibility of all the parties involved, has used a child-centered approach. In this process, we have been able to debate notions such as: integration, inclusion, colonial curriculum, intersectionality, etc., and we explored with the participating schools possible responses to the cultural diversity of the classrooms.
The objectives of this seminar are:
- Sharing with the educational community the contributions of the project.
- Making the experiences of the schools that have participated visible.
- Exchange visions, tensions and alternatives to dialogue with a world and subjects that are increasingly global.
|WEDNESDAY APRIL 6th|
|17.15||Presentation of the MiCREATE project. What have we learned about student diversity in education systems?
Fernando Hernández Hernández
Un projecte per créixer i aprendre comunitat
Institut-Escola El Til·ler
Mireia Arnau i Domi ViñasDiversitat i creixement col·lectiu
Montserrat Julià, Núria Saltor i Alfons Espinosa
Junts aprenem a aprendre creant i representant
|18.20||Introduction and brief presentation of the materials created during the project: guidelines for teachers, ICT tools
Paula Lozano Mulet and Marina Riera Retamero
|18.40||Conversation rounds between the participants|
|19.10||Conclusions of the conversations
Judit Onsès Segarra
|19.40||Recommendations and proposals arising from the project
Xavier Giró Gràcia and Fernando Herraiz García
You can register for the seminar at this link or using the following form: