What is E-EVALINTO?
It is intended to promote peer mentoring actions addressed to both reduce early school leaving in migrant students population (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 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. Read more about E-EVALINTO features in MMN’s Booklet of Case Studies[…]
Flyer about the project in English, Spanish, Greek and Polish
On the 1st of June 2017, on the occasion of the International Children’s Day, CARDET conducted a workshop under the title “Tell my Story” within the framework of the E-EVALINTO project. The main theme of the workshop was the lives of unaccompanied minors in the host countries. The workshop’s theme was developed around the real Read more about CARDET conducted a workshop about unaccompanied minors on the International Children’s Day[…]
EQI, the research centre of the Dublin City University partner of the E-EVALINTO project held a Keynote Lecture a couple of weeks ago which was given by the Chief Inspector of the Department of Education and Skills, Dr. Harold Hislop. The lecture provided a comprehensive overview of the development, current realities and future challenges facing Read more about Inaugural Centre for Evaluation, Quality and Inspection (EQI) Keynote Lecture[…]
Joe O’Hara and Bernadette Sweetman of the DCU Institute of Education gave a presentation of the E-EVALINTO project at the international conference (SIETAR) on intercultural education which took place in Dublin last May 26th. Click here to download the presentation.