The Erasmus + KA2 project UDEL 21, in which EASPD member's Katholiek Onderwijs Vlaanderen is a partner, will have it's first course on diversity in Prague from the 25th to 29th September.
The Erasmus + KA2 project UDEL 21 brings together a partnership of schools, service providers and university educators from Austria, Belgium (Flanders and Wallonia), Czech Republic, Italy and Slovenia. Together, they established an overall common frame of reference on diversity and developed more than 70 tools (e.g. class activities and good practices). The tools are written in accessible and simple templates, ready-to-use and currently in a pilot stage.
Participation fee is 1100 €, including accommodation in Panorama Hotel Prague (5 nights B&B in double room, lunches)
The Program is as follows:
Day 1 introduction to diversity and the frame of reference.
Day 2 half day input on multilingualism gender and half day input on gender: theory and practice
Day 3 cultural diversity: theory and practice
Day 4 half day input on learning variability: theory and practice + half day visit
Day 5 wrapping up activity, sharing the work of the groups (see description here under) and evaluation
It will include experiences with diversity in the Prague-context and a school visit and ample practice-time with the UDEL21-tools. At the end of each day the participants reflect in small groups with a project-assignment to design of a “Everybody welcome: building a school for the future”, so by the end of the week they can share their work with each other. In this assignment, the participants can use the frames and tools that they have explored and experienced that day.
A more detailed program and a link to register will soon be found at the project's website www.udel21.eu