The inclusion of migrant students into European educational systems is a priority for policymakers in the European Union, as there are still many challenges in this regard.
The FEINAMC project focuses on the dissemination and upscaling of good practices (the mentoring programme and the prior learning assessment tool) to foster inclusion of newly arrived migrant children in the formal educational systems in Austria, Cyprus, Greece, Italy and Spain and in the European Union.
The project is targeted towards:
The project aims to disseminate and scale up good practices to foster the inclusion of newly arrived migrant children in the formal educational system.
The specific objectives of the project are:
Final framework of the two good practices for the partner organizations (2.3)Final framework of the two good practices for the partner organizations (2.3)
Introduction to Prior Learning Assessment Tool and Validation Tool (3.4)Scaling Up Prior Learning Assessment Tools To Foster The Inclusion Of Migrant Children
Guidelines for Schools (5.2) and Teachers to foster the inclusion of newly arrived migrant children (4.3)Intercultural Peer Mentoring- Guideline for teachers Rethinking Inclusion- Guideline for Schools
Policy Recommendations on the inclusion of newly arrived migrants into educational system (5.4)Policy Recommendations
The project will adapt the good practices (a mentoring programme and a prior learning assessment tool) to guarantee their dissemination and upscaling by developing several activities.
The project is based on the following methodologies, which are the basis that support the two good practices presented by the project, the mentoring programme and the prior learning assessment tool: