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.
The Intercultural Learning for Pupils and Teachers Project has developed a training course for teachers focused on intercultural competences. The course is complemented by classroom instructions, namely a toolbox, to include elements of the course into the school curriculum.
We have trained 14 teacher trainers (multipliers) from the project partnership, to run the training courses for teachers in the period October 2017-March 2018. Here you can have a look at the programme of the multipliers’ training. The sessions in yellow are the ones constituting the core of the teacher trainings that are offered by the multipliers at local level.
The training can be delivered in one, two or three days. The one and two-days agenda require online preparation before and online follow up after. Here you can have a look at a 3-day agenda.
The partners of the consortium have organised 14 trainings for interested teachers in Belgium, Italy, France and Germany, between September 2017 and April 2018.
The members of the project advise interested teachers to attend a training on this matter. For more information on upcoming trainings, check here.