What is E-EVALINTO?
It is intended to promote peer mentoring actions addressed to reduce early school leaving in migrant students (secondary school)
It is intended to acknowledge the value of interculturality itself as part of an active and responsible European citizenship education
It is aimed to develop an ICT framework for assessing, managing and developing activities for intercultural contexts, with particular focus to taking decision processes and the identification of different patterns
University of Salamanca
University of Cádiz
Społeczna Akademia Nauk w Łodzi
Dublin City University
The E-EVALINTO project was implemented successfully implemented in Cyprus by two secondary schools teachers. You can find all relevant information about the E-EVALINTO project in Greek in the following presentation.
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 Read more about E-EVALINTO implementation with first grade students 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 Read more about The Pilot Implementation of E-EVALINTO in Poland[…]
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 Read more about E-EVALINTO was included in the MOOCs4Inclusion online catalogue[…]
Academic Secondary School of University of Social Science took part in the piloting performing the activities from E-Evalinto platform. Teacher Mr. Adam Gogacz conducted educational classes e.g. about Ukrainian music. Due to those activities, students got familiar with the culture of the other students. All students involved in the project were very interested in the Read more about Academic Secondary School of University of Social Science from Poland joined the E-Evalinto project[…]