Multiculturalidad y Diversidad en Educación de Adultos

Cursos Estructurados

Structured Courses



From 22 to 27 January 2017 we will attend a training course in the Erasmus + program with the project "Multiculturalism and Diversity in Adult Education" in Rome (Italy) "Intercultural training for an inclusive and appropriate attitude in education".

After the good experience and success of the first phase of the project with the course that we attended in Warsaw (Poland) with our former partners SPEAK EUROPE of the project Grundtvig "H.E.A.R.T", we learned both, coaching, methodology, and Tics tools; We embark on a new stage of this project that takes us to Rome (Italy).

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In this case is another old partner who welcomes us and welcomes us to give us training. Carlo Smaldone, president and director of PROMETEO, an association dedicated to the training of teachers and European projects, recognized by the Italian Ministry of Education as a teacher training organization and by the Ministry of Labor for minor immigrants. This association worked on the Grundtvig project "Arts for the Future".

Carlo has guided us in this experience, contributing not only his experience in the actions he has carried out through extensive professional experience, but also providing us with methods, techniques and resources to be able to act in the classroom with an appropriate integrative attitude.

During this week we have received training on the different models of education that exist in the institutions that offer formal education and how these could be modified adapting to the different social realities presented by different contexts.

Course of Rome. Italy

We could summarize what we learned in:

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We also did homework to practice some of what was learned, doing activities in groups and in pairs that helped us internalize and personalize the learned contents.

Course of Rome. Italy

We also had time to share experiences with another very active association in projects and actions of integrative cutting and of very social and multicultural character. We were received at their headquarters and they presented us with several of the actions they have carried out, carry out and carry out. It has been a fantastic experience.

Apart from the activities we also had time to visit the city, we believe it is a fundamental part of these programs, knowing the cities that you visit, walking and living your culture makes you more European citizen, understanding each culture.

Finally we could say that it has been a profitable experience, since it has allowed us to know through someone with the baggage and the experience as wide as Carlo, to deepen in the appropriate action that we must apply not only as teachers, but as people to be More integrators in a growing society.

Course of Rome. Italy

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