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Teaching and intergrating migrant refugee children in school
Start date: 15 Aug 2016, End date: 14 Jun 2018 PROJECT  FINISHED 

We Feel strongly about the issues of Migration and Refugees that face Europe We would like therefore to address these issues which recently have been brought to the forefront of the European consciousness as a pan European crisisThere is an importance to the project since there are many migrant refugees coming to Sweden and Alingsas. Therefore, this opportunity to partner with a UK school is key in developing knowledge, skills and experience in this area and is a starting point for a pilot project which we would like to develop and disseminate in all the schools in Alingsas By fostering the acquisition of key competences and new techniques learned through proven innovative teaching materials of our UK partner.There are 22 participantsThe project aims to develop, improve and provide innovative support and deliver significant impact on the quality and effectiveness of teaching offered to newly arrived migrant and refugees students..These teaching material will be made available to the partner and to wider audiences.The Project objectives are toDevelop a framework for successful teaching strategies to intergrate migrant and refugee students.To provide teachers knowledge and understanding and skills that impact the effectiveness of the teaching they provide to newly arrived migrant and refugees.One of the main learning frameworks will b the 11 week induction course currently run by the UK school to develop non native speakers integration and english language learning. This will be one the aspect that the Swedish School want to adapt and implementTo provide innovative, methods and to deliver significant impact on the quality of teaching offered by teachers in sollerbrun to intergrate and teach newly arrived migrants and refugees to Sollerbrun School The main impact we will achieve is that our participants will use the skills gained during our job shadowingprogrammes to develop both management and teachers confidence that with this knowledge experience and skills they will be able to take forward new teaching methods and integrate these teaching models into Sollerbrun school, and be able to take forward any research issues that are important to them and develop them.This project will impact on the participants giving them many valuable skills they may need in their future working lives. Developed a range of professional skills and competencies, new teaching methods to help intergrate new arrivals to the school/migrant and refugees.
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