At Palacký University Olomouc preparations are made for the next KINDINMI Transnational Meeting, which will be followed up by a Joint Staff Training. Mgr. Alena Vavrdová, Ph.D. and Prof. PhDr. Eva Šmelová, Ph.D. make plans for this next KINDINMI meeting from 8th to 11th of April 2019
From 15th to 19th of October 2018 a third Transnational Meeting and the first Joint Staff Training of „KINDINMI – The kindergarten as a factor of inclusion for migrant children and their families“ took place at PH Wien. KINDINMI in Vienna weiterlesen
V průběhu měsíce září 2018 se v rámci výuky předmětů Poznávání přírody a společnosti pro obor Učitelství pro mateřské školy uskutečnily semináře k mezinárodnímu projektu ERASMUS+ KINDINMI – The Kindergarten as a Factor of Inclusion for Migrant Children and their Families.
During the seminar “Rolle der Lehrenden und Lernenden” (Role of lecturers and learners) which took place in module 5 of the Austrian nationwide course study for mother tongue teachers (30 EC) from 02.07.2018 until 07.07.2018.
We are proud to pronounce our three guests lecturers during the Joint Staff Training from 17th to 19th October 2018 at PH Wien. Three guests during the KINDINMI Joint Staff Training in Vienna weiterlesen
Dr. Véronique Simon, associate professor at the Department of Education in the Uppsala University, gives a talk on KINDINMI in Lecture hall L30 at Departement of Computer and Systems Sciences (DSV) in Stockholm-Kista, Sweden.
Rainer Hawlik (PH Wien) was invited to present concepts and ideas of KINDINMI during the conference „Interkulturalität und Mehrsprachigkeit in der schulischen Praxis“, which took place on 20th and 21st of April 2018 in Linz (Austria) at PH Oberösterreich.
Hawlik gave an insight on challenges and chances of mother tongue tuition, especially in the field of transition from elementary school to primary school. Mother tongue tuition teachers could play a crucial role as mentors for kids, owning a low social economic and low social cultural status, while struggling at the same time with norms and values of a so-called majority society.