This published essay by Rainer Hawlik discusses seminars for teacher trainings, following pedagogic material which was developed during KINDINMI (KA2 2017-1-SE01-KA203-034587)
Rainer Hawlik (2019). Professionalisierung von angehenden Lehrer/innen: Menschenrechtsbildung unter Beachtung migrationsgesellschaftlicher Differenzverhältnisse. In: Furch et al (Hrsg.): 1. Jahrestagung zur Menschenrechtsbildung. Schneider-Hohengehren: Baltmannsweiler, S. 60 – 69
On day two of the KINDINMI conference Put yourself in someone else’s shoes, Sarah Campbell (Team Sweden) led a guided walk of Uppsala with the title “From taxonomy to translanguaging – a glimpse into language and inclusion in Uppsala”
The following list sums up conferences, workshops, teacher trainings and seminars, which were held in Europe and Africa since April 2018. Different KINDINMI teams from Austria, Czech Republic, Scotland and Sweden were responsible for these events.
Sarah Campbell (Team Sweden) interviewed two trainee teachers at Uppsala University about working with plurilingual pupils in school. The interview was done in Swedish, below you can find a summary in English.
During her Erasmus international credit mobility staff exchange at Institut supérieur des sciences humaines de Tunis, université El Manar, Véronique Simon had the opportunity to present KINDINMI for master students in intercultural studies on 17 October 2019.
On 28th and 29th October 2019 the final conference of KINDINMI (The Kindergarten as a Factor of Inclusion for Migrant Children and their Families Erasmus+ Programme, Key Action 2: Strategic Partnerships 2017-1-SE01-KA203-034587) takes place at University Uppsala.
A KINDINMI workshop for in service teachers took place during the seminar “Bildungswissenschaft” at PH Wien. The workshop happened in module 1 of the Austrian nationwide course study for mother tongue teachers (30 EC) from 26.08.2019 until 31.08.2019.
University of Aberdeen organizes a day of learning conversations on 14 September 2019 with Dr Thomas Bak, Lucinda Geoghegan, Alison Forbes and students from the BA Childhood Practice and MEd Early Years degrees at University of Aberdeen.