E-EVALINTO implementation with first grade students in Poland

To the team of E-EVALINTO was joined Ms. Agnieszka Kobierzycka and first grade students who have just begun their studies at the Academic High School. There are 26 students in the class, among them 5 pupils from Ukraine. The whole class enthusiastically approached the E-EVALINTO classes and during their implementation Polish and Ukrainian students willingly shared their interests and hobbies. The students are waiting for the next classes implemented E-EVALINTO.

The Pilot Implementation of E-EVALINTO in Poland

The piloting phase of the E-EVALINTO project was held in Poland from February to September 2018. Two teachers from the Academic High School of the University of Social Sciences took part in the pilot. The Academic High School exists for four years, it is small school, it has about 80 students. The population of pupils with a migrant background is no more than 10%. The school is very popular among students from Ukraine, and every year more students joins to school.

For more information you can download the Press Release for the pilot implementation for the case of Poland.

 

E-EVALINTO was included in the MOOCs4Inclusion online catalogue

The E-EVALINTO project was included in the MOOCs4Inclusion catalogue in the framework of the “Study on MOOCs and free digital learning for inclusion of migrants and refugees” from the Directorate General Joint Research Centre (DG JRC) of the European Commission. The study is coordinated by CARDET and addresses issues related to the provision of free digital learning opportunities for the inclusion of migrants and refugees.

For more information you can visit the following website: http://moocs4inclusion.org/

 

Workshop for Raising Awareness on the life of Unaccompanied Minors under the Framework of the E-EVALINTO Project

According to Eurostat (2017) in 2016, 63 300 asylum seekers applying for international protection in the Member States of the European Union (EU) were considered to be unaccompanied minors. Of the largest shares of unaccompanied minors among all young asylum applicants in 2016 was recorded notably in Cyprus, among other EU countries, reaching 32% percent. In order to promote a dialogue to schools about this issue CARDET in the framework of the E-EVALINTO project conducted a workshop on the 13th of January, 2018 at Palia Ilektriki in Pafos for raising awareness on the life of unaccompanied minors living in reception centres.  During the workshop Primary School students had the opportunity to engage in a number of activities, discuss about the issue and reflect on their views and on what each of us can do at a personal level in order to support them.

Workshop for Raising Awareness on the life of Unaccompanied Minors under the Framework of the E-EVALINTO Project

According to Eurostat (2017) in 2016, 63 300 asylum seekers applying for international protection in the Member States of the European Union (EU) were considered to be unaccompanied minors. Of the largest shares of unaccompanied minors among all young asylum applicants in 2016 was recorded notably in Cyprus, among other EU countries, reaching 32% percent. In order to promote a dialogue to schools about this issue CARDET in the framework of the E-EVALINTO project conducted a workshop on the 13th of January, 2018 at Palia Ilektriki in Pafos for raising awareness on the life of unaccompanied minors living in reception centres.  During the workshop Primary School students had the opportunity to engage in a number of activities, discuss about the issue and reflect on their views and on what each of us can do at a personal level in order to support them.

E-EVALINTO features in MMN’s Booklet of Case Studies

The E-EVALINTO project was included to the Booklet of case studies, testimonials and collaborative programs that was created within the framework of the Mediterranean Migration Network (MMN) project. In detail, CARDET is the coordinator of the Mediterranean Migration Network (www.migrationnetwork.org), an initiative that aims to establish a multilateral network with countries in the Mediterranean region. One of the objectives of the MMN is to support the exchange of information and best practices among organizations active in the fields of migration, integration and diversity.

You can access the booklet here.