Re-HaRe, Reaching the hard to reach
This project aims to develop effective strategies for including all children in lessons, particularly those who are hard to reach, such as migrants, refugees and disabled students. It will achieve this through the use of a model of teacher professional development that emerged from the findings of an earlier study funded by the EU. The model combines a well-established approach to professional learning, known as ‘lesson study’, with an emphasis on listening to the views of students, which is a distinctive feature of the model. Most importantly, the model facilitates dialogue between children and teachers in order to develop inclusive responses to diversity.
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3rd newsletter, October 2018 (english)
Coordinator: Kiki Messiou, University of Southampton
University of Graz
Universität Algarve, Portugal
Universität Autonoma Madrid, Spain
Volksschule Schönau Graz, Austria
Volksschule Niva, Denmark
Project coordinator in Austria: Univ.-Prof.in Dr.in Barbara Gasteiger-Klicpera
Co-worker und contact person: Ass.-Prof.in Mag.a Lisa Paleczek, PhD, Mag.a Edvina Bešić, PhD, Julia Lederer, BA MSc
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