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21st February 2017: international day of mother tongue.
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MODULE 1 DEVELOPING INTERCULTURAL COMPETENCES
How to become an intercultural competent teacher
Reflect on own intercultural competence and identify ways how to become a more interculturally competent teacher
Develop ideas on how to develop students' intercultural competence
Share and explore resources that can be used in culturally diverse classrooms
1.1 why address cultural diversity in school?
key word: DIVERSITY
My school is full of migrants and foreign students, being a vocational school whew you can learn a job and train it in 3-4 years.
In classes this migrants you can have diversity but also a lot of multiculture.
Problems: create self-esteem.
1.2 developing intercultural competence as a teacher
impact on us being Teachers and on students, too
religious and family background
SIRIUS is a European policy network on the education of children and young people with a migrant background.
be open to others, be aware of differences (organize an African, Asian, Brazilian ... day; experimentwhat is new, food, too, but also transmit Italian culture to newly arrived students. Learn what you don't know about them and make them learn what they don't know about you.
food in the different countries
to take into account:
- social identity
- parent involvement
- community relations
1.3 sharing teaching resources
my proposal: Google Earth
1.4 developing intercultural competences of your students
encourage curiosity and communication with the world outside the classroom.
- get to know new students
- cultural differences
- approach to a new culture
- individualize personalization
- use of technology
- create situations with project-based approach
- create stories of newly arrived students (their past experience)
my motto: together in differences and encourage dialogue: getting to know through differences
1.5 reflect on your own practices
RESULT: open and reflexctive to accomodate and value the diversity.
END OF MODULE 1