This trainer training series complements the activities of the Education Directorate in particular with regard to

  • the ongoing project “Policies and practices for teaching socio-cultural diversity”
  • the ongoing work on intercultural education

The training material the Module series wants to develop and pilot will focus on how to “make best use of linguistic and cultural diversity in the classroom and across the curriculum”. The focus is not on general intercultural education or the promotion of intercultural understanding, neither is it to look at special measures to draw attention to the diversity or to alleviate problems that diversity may cause or to offer “remedial” measures for pupils from a different linguistic and cultural background.
This focus rather wants to look at how in every discipline – and in school life in general - one can draw benefit from the diversity present in the classroom. The five phases of the module series are coordinated by a team of facilitators led by Ildiko Lázár, Hungary. The coordination of the methodological approach is carried out by Pascale Mompoint-Gaillard in close collaboration with the Secretariat.
Education for intercultural understanding and living in diversity

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Title: The Black Sheep

  • Author: Hilal Akyüz - Turkey
  • Editor: Ildikó Lázár



Title: Diversity, the bricks and mortar of Europe. How can we live together and learn from each other?

  • Authors: Robert Etlinger et Silvia Jindra - Autriche
  • Editor: Pascale Mompoint-Gaillard



Title: Your choices matter!

  • Author: Olga Ferreira in cooperation with Ana Gabriela Freire – Portugal
  • Editor: Ildikó Lázár



Title: Transitions in education ŕ transitions in life: Keep an eye on it!

  • Author: Elisabeth Furch - Aurtiche
  • Editor: Ildikó Lázár



Title: What is our “Earth identity”?

  • Author: Laura Gobbi – Sain-Marin
  • Editor: Pascale Mompoint-Gaillard



Title: Why is ICE so important for the happy and successful learning of all students in school ?

  • Author: Arthur Ivatts- England
  • Editor: Pascale Mompoint-Gaillard



Title: Partageons notre 'histoire d’école'

  • Author: Daničle Janssen - Belgique
  • Editor: Pascale Mompoint-Gaillard



Title: Emploi du temps scolaire comme outil didactique déclencheur d'une bonne préparation d'un échange scolaire

  • Author: Klimek-Kowalska Renata- Pologne
  • Editor: Ildikó Lázár


Title: Tell us your stories

  • Author: Theodoros Maniakas - Grčce
  • Editor: Ildikó Lázár



Title: How can we use concepts and principles of ICE to change our professional practice?

  • Author: Ferenc Öcsi Arato - Hongrie
  • Editor: Pascale Mompoint-Gaillard



Title: How can we work together toward intercultural classrooms?

  • Author: Katica Pevec Semec - Slovénie
  • Editor: Pascale Mompoint-Gaillard



Title: Children’s culture as an educational resource – using songs and rhymes, games and stories in multicultural classrooms

  • Author: Toralf Tveit
  • Editor: Ildikó Lázár


Title: A shoebox full of memories

  • Author: Hugo Verkest - Belgique
  • Editor: Ildikó Lázár



Title: Living through a storm

  • Author: Lovorka Zergollern-Miletic - Croatie
  • Editor: Ildikó Lázár



Title: Do we all have the same basic needs?

  • Author: Rasa Askinyte-Degesiene - Lithuania
  • Editor: Pascale Mompoint-Gaillard



Title: From home to country

  • Author: Aleksandra Birkova - Latvia
  • Editor: Ildikó Lázár



Title: What are intercultural competences?

  • Author: Filomena Cassis - Portugal
  • Editor: Pascale Mompoint-Gaillard



Title: How can we live with diversity?

  • Author: Louise Cutajar-Davis - Malta
  • Editor: Pascale Mompoint-Gaillard



Title: Tell me your story

  • Author: Liutauras Degesys – Lithuania
  • Editor: Ildikó Lázár



Title: L’expression artistique comme mode de compréhension interculturelle

  • Author: Barbara Orlowska - Pologne
  • Editor: Pascale Mompoint-Gaillard



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