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On this website we offer you training modules aimed at developing intercultural competences of teachers, tools to include intercultural learning within upper secondary education, deal with diversified groups of learners coming from different cultures and valorize mobility experiences, ready-to-use lessons, assessment methods and recommendations to recognize learning outcomes of study periods abroad.

Teacher training

Teacher training

In order to develop intercultural competences we have to understand how the other people think,  feel and act. We need intercultural competences not only to understand people from different cultures, we also need them to overcome differences within our own culture.

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TOOLBOX: icl for school

TOOLBOX: icl for school

A particular focus needs to be put on the upper secondary students because at this age values and ideas on society are formed and the first mobility experiences take place.

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recommendations

recommendations

In Europe, most countries have implemented different education systems. In the Netherlands and Italy, the school heads have a high level autonomy. In France and Germany local authorities are very influential with regards to the curriculum of the school.

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PROJECT MEMBERS

The Intercultural learning for Pupils and Teachers project has been established by The European Federation for Intercultural Learning (EFIL),  the European School Heads Association (ESHA), AFS Vivre Sans Frontiere (France),  AFS Programmes Interculturels (Belgium-Wallonia),  InterCultur (Germany), Fondazione Intercultura (Italy), the Franco-German Youth Office (FGYO)  Ecole internationale Le Verseau – ELCE (Belgium-Wallonia)  and Lycée Gabriel Faure, Tournon-sur-Rhône (France) .

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