SHARMED is an action-research project funded by the Erasmus+ Programme of the European Union. The project is coordinated by the University of Modena and Reggio Emilia (Italy), in
partnership with the University of Suffolk (UK) and the Frederich-Schiller University of Jena (Germany). With SHARMED diversity gets to the centre of the learning experience,
fostering inclusive dialogic processes, particularly with an eye to children of migrant background.
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On 10-11 December 2018, the final conference of the SHARMED project will take place at the Department of Language and Cultural Studies, at Largo Sant’Eufemia 19 in Modena
(Italy). The conference will be in English, however materials in Italian will be provided to participants. Free Entry, for no more than 100 attendees.
Please register at the following link: https://www.eventbrite.it/e/biglietti-sharmed-final-conference-52265208646
The conference will create an opportunity for an international discussion among experts and professionals active in the school, research and educational policy sectors,
about the ways to facilitate the dialogue at schools by using innovative tools.
The first session, on Monday 10 December, will focus on the presentation of the SHARMED project, its objectives, activities, as well as the Archive and Training
Materials, and the tools developed by the partner Universities. Some other projects will be also presented, to let participants share a variety of actions carried out in
Europe on the same topics of SHARMED. In the afternoon, the second session will propose some themes for reflection, showing examples how to facilitate the participation of
children, and some approaches to culture and education for diversity.
The morning of Tuesday 11 December will be devoted to a Roundtable, debating the state of the art and the future of policy making in Europe, with the presentation
of three best practice identified in three partner countries: Germany, Italy and the UK, before addressing the conclusive remarks.
Here you can download the conference programme:
With SHARMED diversity gets to the centre of the learning experience, fostering inclusive didactic processes, particularly with an eye to children of migrant background.
By integrating the context of each individual in the class, the pupils will be offered the opportunity to use photographs to narrate their personal and family
Working with teachers, children and their parents/carers, SHARMED combines dialogue with intercultural education.
Are you a teacher, a pupil or a parent/carer?
In the Sharmed web-site there is a specific section for you. Just click here!
SHARMED (Shared Memories and Dialogues)
Call for proposals (EACEA/33/2014) - Forward-Looking Cooperation Projects 2015
Project nr. 562175-EPP-1-2015-1-IT-EPPKA3-PI-FORWARD
This project has been funded with the financial support of the European Union. This publication reflects the views only of the authors, and the EACEA cannot be held
responsible for any use which may be made of the information contained therein.