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 eTwinning learning event: Welcoming refugee and migrant children to mainstream classrooms in Europe

Date: 16 - 27 April 2018
Expert Facilitators:  Aurelie Charles and Lisa Taner
Language:  English and French 
Target Group:  Teachers of primary and secondary learners aged 4-16
Description:  This workshop will develop teachers' awareness, confidence and skills in learning about refugee issues, welcoming refugee and migrant children to mainstream classrooms from a social and emotional perspective, and will give a basic introduction to language acquisition and the importance of maintaining and developing mother tongue and home culture.
How:  Register here.

New to eTwinning? Accessing this free course is easy using the following step-by-step guide:

Step One: Register for free to eTwinning. Please note that you will be emailed a link from info@etwinning.net following your registration, which is to verify your email address. This email can sometimes default to your junk mail, so please check there if the email hasn't arrived.
Step Two: Once logged into your new eTwinning account, click the 'professional development' tab on your homepage, where you will find the course listed as 'Learning Event 2018: Welcoming refugee and migrant children to mainstream classrooms in Europe.'
Step Three: Click on the course name where you will then see a 'sign up' button on the event page. Upon clicking this, you will be asked to briefly explain why you wish to take part in this course.
Step Four: Click 'submit' and you will have successfully registered for the learning event.

Free map resources webinar - join a ready-made project straight away!

Who: Teachers who have just registered on eTwinning and have/will receive free hard copy map and homework challenge resources.
What: Free online training sessions led by an experienced eTwinning teacher. Join a ready-made eTwinning project with European partners. Short cross-curricular tasks specific to all Key Stages 1- 5 are embedded within the training. Taking part secures a foundation level International School Award for your school.
Where: Watch online now.

 

Online learning events (short online sessions across 2-6 weeks)

You can sign up for all of the courses listed below through the eTwinning Learning Lab.

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Online Learning courses from Teachers Academy

All of the courses below will be delivered in English and you can sign up for them through registration on Schools Education Gateway. Education Gateway's 'Teacher Academy' is a new online professional development offer open to all European teachers.

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