IES F. García Bernalt of Salamanca participates in the E-EVALINTO project

The IES F. Garcia Bernalt of Salamanca in one of the European schools that joined the E-EVALINTO project piloting in 2018. The school, very active in the social field through numerous projects in the field of Service Learning, involves the students in “living experiences” in collaboration with different associations, movements, residences and NGOs such as the Food Read more about IES F. García Bernalt of Salamanca participates in the E-EVALINTO project[…]

Teachers from the Irish school St. Paul’s CBS join the teacher training course

The first Irish school to join as research partners is St. Paul’s CBS, North Brunswick Street. With a migrant student population of over 35%, it is hoped that the students will benefit greatly from participation in this European study.  Teachers, Ms. Valerie Roe and Mr. Ciaran Geraghty are looking forward to engaging with the ten Read more about Teachers from the Irish school St. Paul’s CBS join the teacher training course[…]

E-EVALINTO project at ESAI 2018

Dr. Bernadette Sweetman and Prof. Joe O’Hara of EQI DCU presenting on the E-Evalinto project at the Educational Studies Association of Ireland 2018 conference. The ESAI (Education Studies Association of Ireland) 41st Annual Conference took place at UCD from 5th – 7th April 2018.  The theme of this year’s conference was Values and Purpose in Education, a theme that Read more about E-EVALINTO project at ESAI 2018[…]

E-EVALINTO Teacher Training Session at ITIS “Galileo Galilei” of Arezzo

On occasion of the Teacher Training Session held on the 8th March of 2018 at ITIS “Galileo Galilei” of Arezzo, Industrial and Technical School, we had the chance to see the implementation of activities of the Mentoring project. This school has experienced Oxfam Intercultural Mentoring Project since three years and it has been successful in Read more about E-EVALINTO Teacher Training Session at ITIS “Galileo Galilei” of Arezzo[…]

E-Evalinto Transnational meeting – Dublin, March 2018

The six partner institutions of the Erasmus+ funded research project E-Evalinto met in DCU St. Patrick’s Campus on 15 – 16March 2018.  Over the two days, partners shared their experiences of how the initial pilot schools who have joined the project as research partners are progressing with the intercultural peer mentoring activities. The research project, which Read more about E-Evalinto Transnational meeting – Dublin, March 2018[…]