The experiences and ideas of schools participating in SOCI@LL will be in the epicentre of the project’s first international bench-learning webinar hosted by CARDET on Thursday, February25th 2021. The event brings together schools from Cyprus, Poland, Portugal, and Italy in an aim to build a stronger network among participants.
During the event, schools implementing SOCI@LL’s educative assets will have an opportunity to exchange best practices for further involvement in the project activities and discuss emerging issues linked to the sustainability of the project results. Schools will also have an opportunity to develop strategic action plans for the further use of the resources.
The SOCI@LL educative assets aim to create and sustain culturally balanced and inclusive systems inside and around schools. The project is built-on a five-step participatory approach, seeking to support students’ learning through culturally sensitive curricula, enhance the socio-educational and intercultural competencies of teachers in a bid to foster a democratic and inclusive culture of schools and establish cross-sectoral alliances between schools and local inclusion actors.
For more information about the SOCI@LL activities you can visit the website of the project.