Kyriaki Yiakoupi


The iDecide concerns an innovative toolkit and induction course that supports evidence-based policy-making which can lead to the reduction of disparities in learning outcomes and marginalization, by supporting school leaders.

Rumyana Shalamanova

Gradual Inclusion Plans

A Gradual inclusion plan is developed for individual students to respond to their various individual educational, behavioural and socialisation needs. It is targeted at all students and guarantees their inclusion and participation in the educational process as well as their socialisation. A Gradual inclusion plan is a result of the professional collaboration between teachers, parents, school principals, pedagogical counsellors and/or psychologists. It includes activities, such as: - interest groups; - health care; - early diagnostics of the needs and educational difficulties; - encouragement (awards, recognition, prizes); - violence prevention activities; - problematic behaviour prevention activities; - logopedic work


Gradual Inclusion and Reception Plans

This good practice foresees the preparation of an action plan to accelerate the integration process of migrant students in the educational system. It refers to the teaching of the host country language.


Reception classroom

It is a resource and organizational strategy for newcomers, so they feel welcomed, listened to and valued while providing the basic tools to advance their teaching-learning process. The ordinary classroom is the reference classroom of these students, their "classmates", "their class", while the reception classroom wants to guarantee emotional reception and accelerate the learning of the language.