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New methods in teaching students imigrants
Start date: Jun 3, 2016, End date: Jun 2, 2017 PROJECT  FINISHED 

Today’s global world faces all the teachers with new challenges. They have to have the needed tools and skills to teach students from all the different nationalities and to be able to manage the educational process with the many cultural differences in a classroom. The aims and objectives of this project are to meet those essential needs. Teachers from Astor College, Dover, United Kingdom will partner with schools from Bulgaria, Spain, Poland and Italy in order to practice new methods of teaching in a multicultural environment. The aim of the present project is to identify successful strategies and techniques in the teaching process of immigrant pupils of different countries. The project will allow to the exchange teachers to build up better working and teaching relationships with students from different European countries and gain cultural awareness. Teachers from Astor College will implement mobility with the idea to observe and practice in schools from Bulgaria, Spain, Poland and Italy. The teachers will be able to implement the practices in classrooms with students from non-English speaking European countries. This will benefit our school as a whole by strengthening the literacy of our students and therefore increasing the level of our results. The individual student would also benefit from the strategies learnt by helping them improve their English, which will help them assimilate better the British culture. An eTwinning project will be registered - "Modern Methods for Teaching Immigrant Pupils'’, which will share the results of the practice of the participating schools. Teachers from Astor College, Dover, United Kingdom will prepare articles at the end of the project, which will summarize the results and identify the successful methods and approaches in teaching students from different nationalities. The articles will be published on the project’s website and will be distributed by the project’s partners to other schools in Europe via Facebook, eTwinning and their websites.
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