After the first Partner Meeting held in Stara Zagora (Bulgaria), each partner drew up an analytical report on learning difficulties and on the social inclusion of children and adolescents with learning difficulties in their country. The analysis focused on the legislative, methodological, pedagogical and socio-educational aspects and compared the good practices used by the operators to facilitate language learning and the socio-cultural knowledge of the host country in immigrant children and young people.
The Partner Reports, collected by Ubuntu and People Help the People, were discussed and analyzed during the second partner meeting held in Lucena (Spain) on 1 and 2 March 2018.
The best practices tested in each partner country will be compared during the Transnational Training Activity (TC1), organized by the Applicant, People Help the People, in collaboration with UBUNTU, which will take place in Palermo from 21 to 25 May 2018.
CALL FOR PARTICIPANTS
The training course will last 5 days and will participate n. 30 people, including educators, social workers, parents of immigrant children.
The TC1 will be conducted through a non-formal methodology using the facilitation method and the method used will be the active participation and creative production of innovative solutions applicable to different contexts, developing a model to be tested in each partner country.
The Training course will be in English (Level A2-B1)
If you want to participate, send your CV (in European format) by March 26, 2018 to: firstname.lastname@example.org