The New Start project, funded within the Erasmus+ programme, develops teaching and learning materials for migrants and refugees. The training material promotes the acquisition of European civil and political values such as freedom, tolerance and non-discrimination through education. With this, it aims to support the integration process of migrants and refugees throughout European countries.
The lessons and learning materials will cover objectives such as
All materials are based on the expertise of participating project partners from Germany, Italy, UK and Spain as well as on collected best practice examples from other European countries.
A handbook with teaching material downloadable and printable is meant to support teachers, trainers and those working in organisations supporting migrants and refugees in their work. It contains information about the units and different teaching techniques, tested in practice and prepared for direct using.
You also can find here our training materials for migrants and refugees , they can be used for self learning or in the classroom.
1. EMBEDDING AN ISOLATED TRAINING UNIT INTO A LANGUAGE COURSE
Sometimes it is interesting to approach one single issue with your target groups who are already attending a language or citizenship training course which you are currently involved in. In this case, our suggestion is to customise and embed one of the New Start training Units into your current course.
2. EMBEDDING ONE OR MORE MODULES INTO AN EXISTING TRAINING COURSE
Sometimes it is interesting to add a new module to your current migrants and refugees training course which might be in job searching, Life skills, employability training or skills recognition. In this case, our suggestion is to customise and embed the whole set of the New Start training Units in a Thematic area into your current course.
3. FOLLOW OUR SUGGESTED TRAINING PATHWAY
This training pathway has been designed for the use as a complete training course for a better integration in Europe of migrants and refugees.
The combination of different thematic areas units, allows an inductive approach of the learning of migrants and refugees. The examples and exercises are complementary and follow an order that helps the learning process and allows a better understanding of the migrants and refugees.
We recommend you to follow the same suggested order, as some of the information in the case studies is continued in the following training units.
1. First read the list of training units provided below.
2. Go to the training module of the corresponding thematic area for a better understanding.
3. Access to the Unit via the hyperlink at the thematic area module.
4. Use or customise the training materials provided in the training unit.
5. Embed this training unit in your language or citizenship course for migrants and refugees.
Kick-off meeting in Barcelona. November 2016.
Partners meeting in Glasgow. June 2017.
Partners meeting in Rome. January 2018
Partners meeting in Leipzig. October 2018
Dissemination event Glasgow, 28th January 2019