Social Media as a tool for
In this ERASMUS+ KA2 project we regard inclusive education as involving both a mindset (defined by intercultural understanding, tolerance and a non-blaming culture) AND some practical teaching methods and materials (like for instance software for illiterate, Cooperative Learning structures, or special physical equipment).
We want to share our best practices in the fields of social media and inclusion from each of our schools to learn from each other and develop common teaching materials and an information campaign. The pupils will be active participants in the making of the materials to give them a sense of ownership to the material and include their experiences. Some teachers and pupils will contribute directly as representatives from their schools in the mobilities, but the major part will contribute through online and in-class activities. The parents will be involved too, as the information campaign will address them.
•Denmark: Langelinieskolen (att: Charlotte Rørbøl)
•Estonia: Jõhvi Põhikool (Att: Kadi Rebban
•Finland: Suolahden yhtenäiskoulu (Att: Matti Kentta)
•Greece: 2nd Vocational High School of Heraklion (Att: Eleftheria Pachadaki)
•Spain: INS Aubenç www.iesaubenc.cat (Att: Josep Maria Cordona)
5. - 11. November 2018, Denmark
21. - 27. January 2019, Greece
6. - 12. May 2019, Estonia
30 . Sep. - 6. October 2019, Finland
20. - 26. January 2020, Spain
27. April - 3. May 2020, Denmark