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Start date: Aug 1, 2016, End date: Jul 31, 2017 PROJECT  FINISHED 

General characteristics of the centerIES Gran Vía is located in the north of the city of Alicante, on the border between the district of the Virgen del Carmen and a large area of urban expansion between Gran Via and Via Park.At present levels of secondary school and training cycles are taught.ContextualizationMost of our students belong to a marginal level, reluctant to any teacher whose formative proposal based focus in the classroom. This is gipsy, Arab, African, Eastern, Asian .... ultimately a heterogeneous community whose common link is an unfavorable social situation, which complicates the monitoring of the academic year.It is difficult to motivate students to go to classes regularly.GoalsImprove coexistence in the classroomKnow the best strategies for dealing with difficult studentsImprove school performanceImproving management skillsParticipantsEnglish Department: 2 participantsManagement Team: 1 participantDescription of activities:July 2016: Conducting the training in France by the French department (one teacher)Stimuler l'expression et la relation en classe de FLE 2016: Training in LondonManaging Diversity - Teaching Mixed Ability Classes 2016: Training in Slovenia by the English department (2 teachers)Multiculturalism - teacher's role in the integration process of immigrant children project methodology is based on participation in training activities and ensure the flow of information between the different members of the educational community.The dissemination of results will be held at the Pedagogical Coordination Commission, the Teachers and the School Board.Also, blogs that will be linked on the website of the center and where the participation of the different users of the educational community will be promoted will be created.The expected impact of the project is the acquisition of skills and strategies to successfully meet the challenge of the educational process.

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