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Archive for October, 2013

  • Promoting Multilingualism among immigrants – Stakeholder meeting report

      On Friday, 27th September 2013, Migration Policy Group hosted a SIRIUS stakeholder meeting on the promotion of multilingualism among immigrants. This meeting gathered a number of European stakeholders dealing with migration, education and/or language competencies, as well as representatives of the European Commission’s Directorate General for Education and Culture, to discuss recommendations 3 and 7 of the Language Rich […]
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  • SIRIUS Collaborative Partner NEPC organises two events in December

    The Network of Education Policy Centres (NEPC), based in Croatia,  addresses the need for independent and information-based policy analysis, advocacy for equity, and effective, sustainable solutions in education policy processes. The vision of the NEPC is to develop into a strong formally established network of leading education policy centers, a global actor with local and regional expertise in education policy […]
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  • ‘Teaching for diversity’ article published in European Journal of Teacher Education

    Sabine Severins, together with Rick Wolff and Sanne van Herpen, has published an article entitled “Teaching for diversity: a literature overview and an analysis of the curriculum of a teacher training college” in the European Journal of Teacher Training. Closely linked to the SIRIUS focus on ‘Improving Interactions in the Classroom’, the article highlights the importance of networks such as Sirius […]
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  • Germany: Good students can benefit from learning with weak students

    Interview with Simon Morris-Lange, expert on education at the research unit of the Expert Council of German Foundations on Integration and Migration (SVR) on learning conditions, schools with a high percentage of migrant pupils and segregated classrooms. Read more… Source : Der Tagesspiegel Via European Web Site on Integration
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