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Bank of good practices

Bank of good practices


The bank provides users a database of European RE good practices freely accessible.

Please click on the link on each GP to access the full description.

Title

Key words

Level of ECEC or school

Location

Link

Having Breakfast Together

In German “Zusammen Frühstücken”

Teacher-Pupil relation

Pupil-pupil relation

Lower secondary school

Age 10-14

Austria

Link

Support team specialized for children with refugee background

Additional support,

Cooperation with different experts

Kindergarten

 Age 3-5

Austria

Link

“Grandfather/Grandmother reads” (“Opa/Oma liest“)

Volunteer-Pupil relation

Pupil-pupil relation

Primary school

Age 6-10

Austria

Link

Afternoon care “Study Goats”

Children with refugee experiences, Afternoon care, Homework support, Playing

Primary  and Lower secondary school

Austria

Link

MigrAnimation (in partnership with Kulturkontakt)

School, Language diversity, Arts as methods  (drawing, reading books and picture books), Language laboratory, Theater, Parents participation

Primary school

Austria

Link

Participation through relational inclusion

Teacher-student relations, Peer to peer relations

6th-7th grade, Upper secondary school

Denmark

Link

Language groups

Smaller language groups, Learn new words through play and activity, Parent involvement and communication

Kindergarten

Denmark

Link

Sand play

Non-verbal play, Sand play, Educational and therapeutic method, Working with embodied memories and emotions

Kindergarten

Denmark

Link

Teaching Icelandic

Spoken language,Everyday vocabulary, Common vocabulary, Reading and writing

Primary school

Iceland

Link

Söguskjóður /Story Sacks/VerteltaMulticultural Project

Multicultural, parents, Bilingual, communication, Story sack, Reading, Mathematics, Togetherness

Nursery – Kindergarten

Iceland

Link

Using the local environment in teaching 

Education, Local environment, Museum, Visit, Vocabulary

Upper secondary school

Iceland

Link

Wordplay (Orðaleikur) - It is fun to learn

Additional language Stimulation, Integration program, Vocabulary work

Kindergarten

Iceland

Link

Talking partners

Conversations, Vocabulary, Expression, Conversation rules, Communication

Primary school

Iceland

Link

Common language for play

Kindergarten, language, “grasping terms”, common basis for play through common language, communications

Kindergarten

Norway

Link

Prevention of negative social control and honor-related violence

Advising minority students, preventing violence

Upper secondary school

Norway

Link

Introduction programme for recently-arrived minority language pupils

Second language learning

Primary and lower secondary school

Norway

Link

I like to move it, move it

Embodied teaching/learning

Teacher-Pupil relation

Pupil-pupil relation

Upper secondary school

Slovenia

Link

Cooperation of Slovene primary schools with teachers of mother tongues of immigrant children

Teacher-Pupil relation, Pupil-pupil relation, Same mother tongue /and or cultural background, Different mother tongue /and or cultural background

Primary school

Slovenia

Link

SIMS program or “The challenges of intercultural co-existing/living”

Teacher-Pupil relation, Pupil-Pupil relation, Teacher-Family (parents) relation, General public education

Kindergarten, primary and secondary school

Slovenia

Link

“We are (exist) only with others”

Intercultural education, Refugee/migrant integration, Teacher-pupil relation, Teacher-parents relation

 Kindergarten, Primary andSecondary school, People’s University

Slovenia

Link

Refugee education in undergraduate initial teacher education

Children seeking Sanctuary, Inclusive education

Higher Education

UK

Link

Schools of Sanctuary

Inclusive education

All school levels

UK

Link

Open School Doors

Refugees, Newly arrived, Inclusive education,Partnerships

Primary andSecondary school

UK

Link

The Boat Project

Inclusive education

Primary school

Age 8-11

UK

Link