Mariagiovanna Carpinteri


The “Multicultural calendar and recipe book”, is the final product realized within a multicultural educative program in which curricular and extracurricular activities are developed addressing the social inclusion of migrant students with different nationalities.

Kyriaki Yiakoupi


VALUE provides a toolkit that supports schools in improving their educational processes and outcomes, through the use of multilingual practices in formal education.

Kyriaki Yiakoupi


E-EVALINTO MOOC refers to the E-EVALINTO portal that aims to promote peer mentoring actions in order to reduce early school leaving in regards to migrant students that attend secondary schools.

Rumyana Shalamanova

Drama classes

Drama is a teaching method that allows learners to explore the curriculum using several of Gardner's multiple intelligences. It can be a technique relevant to engage students in active learning and interactive pedagogy that encourages them to engage in dialogue and uses subject specific language in highly appropriate contexts. Students are immersed into the subject. Their bodies, minds, and emotions are extremely active when they become engrossed in the drama. Drama is a powerful means of stimulating creativity in problem solving. It can challenge students' perceptions about their world and about themselves. Dramatic exploration can provide students with an outlet for emotions, thoughts, and dreams that they might not otherwise have means to express.

Rumyana Shalamanova

Mother Language Day

This good practice is a tradition at First English Language School in Sofia. This is one of the best schools in Bulgaria, where not only Bulgarians learn, but also children of diplomats and economic migrants. At this school, students learn intensively English and choose a second foreign language between German, Spanish, French and Russian. Because it is a language school, each native language at First English Language School is important. The event takes place every year in February when the International Mother Language Day is celebrated. Teachers present folk tales or literary works written in Bulgarian (in host country language) to migrant students. They have enough time to be acquainted with the works in detail, choose pieces they most enjoy and translate them into their native language.

Chrysanna Pavlou

Fostering inclusion with Audio-Visual Media

The Fostering inclusion with Audio - Visual Media programme aims to promote and enhance third - country national (TCN) students’ socialization and integration using music and audiovisual media.

Giorgos Triantafyllou

Mentor Buddy Programme

The Mentor/Buddy programme refers to the creation of pairs of students, one older and one younger, which meet at least once every two weeks and discuss the younger students’ social and/or academic difficulties. In this context, being a mentor means supporting migrant/refugee students in their process to a smoother inclusion at school.


Reception Plan

A "Reception Plan" is a strategy developed by the educational center that defines the processes to follow during the arrival of new members of the school community (students, teachers, families, administrators, etc.) and creates an organizational structure that allows to conceive the reception as a gradual process and sequenced in time, not restricting itself to a first contact or first encounter.