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Fostering inclusivity in the classroom: Tools for teachers and educators

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On Monday, 29th of November 2021 from 15:00 to 17:00 CET / 16:00-18:00 EET, KMOP – Social Action and Innovation Centre invites you to the online event “Fostering inclusivity in the classroom: Tools for teachers and educators,” organised within the European project APPLE: eArly warning Platform to Prevent youth from dropping out of school Education.

This final conference will mark the end of the project. The event will give us the opportunity to present the work done during the 2 years project’s lifetime, as well as to raise awareness about successful integration practices in education and to ensure APPLE’s results are exploited at a European level.

Target groups:

  • Teachers and educational support staff
  • School leaders
  • Policy makers
  • Wider school community
  • 3rd sector organisations & businesses working on relevant fields and other stakeholders

Topics to be discussed:

  • Empowering teachers through activities and tools for managing diversity in the classroom
  • Intercultural Consciousness
  • Enhancing the inclusion of students of all ethnic, religious and social backgrounds through the creation of a safe space


Pre-registration is required. The event is open to the public and will be hosted in English. Certificates of attendance will be provided.


A few words about the project

The Erasmus+ project APPLE aims at tackling the issue of early school leaving by developing an innovating guide for educators as well as an early warning platform, which will enable them to identify youth at risk of dropping out and take preventive action against early school leaving. By developing a guide for educators and an online early warning platform, consisting of key scientific material and tools, APPLE aims to equip educators, schools, educational organizations and authorities with the necessary tools to identify youth at risk of dropping out and halt early school leaving. Early identification of children and young people at risk of early school leaving will enable educators to take action and reduce the risk of dropping-out.

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