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06-10 FEBRUARY 2023 

20-24 MARCH 2023 

12-16 JUNE 2023 

11-15 SEPTEMBER 2023 


This 5-Day teacher training course focuses on multicultural education and is designed for educational professionals to introduce the concepts of cultural tolerance, social empowerment, and the intersection of cultures in the global classroom, as well as to provide multiple perspectives and strategies for teaching a culturally diverse population.  


This course aims to broaden and deepen your understanding, experience, and critical thinking skills with regard to cultural differences and cross-cultural interactions in the classroom. Intercultural competence—a lifelong and ongoing learning process—is introduced as a crucial skill set and benefit to the individual, organisations, interpersonal relationships, and society. You will develop foundational skills that will help you as you continue to become more inter-culturally aware while teaching and will improve your personal and professional relationships. Analysing the role of  culture in the world, developing culturally responsive practices, and understanding the barriers, the benefits and challenges of diversity will be emphasised in this course.

By completing this course, participants will;  


• Know and understand individual differences and diverse cultures/communities to ensure inclusive learning environments that promote high standards and high expectation of all learners

• Recognise the importance of diversity education

• Demonstrate the ability to continue learning about cultures and to expand one’s perspectives, adapting to new and varied student needs, in addition to understanding the basic traditions and values inherent to various cultures and issues

• Know and demonstrate in practice, multiple strategies for teaching and assessing students with varied needs and styles of learning

• Know, understand, and demonstrate a variety of instructional strategies to encourage learners to develop deep understanding of content areas and apply knowledge in meaningful ways

• Appropriately incorporate diverse cultural material into the curriculum and know how to screen educational materials for biased or potentially offensive material

• Demonstrate an understanding of culture as a collage of factors beyond race and national origin

• Know and demonstrate strategies for working positively with diverse families. 

• Know and understand how to connect concepts and use differing perspectives to engage learners in critical thinking, creativity, and collaborative problem solving related to local and global issues.  

• Improve their soft skills such as communication, collaboration and creativity 

• Promote European cooperation in the field of education within the framework of the Erasmus+ program by partnership building  

• Improve foreign language skills through active interaction with colleagues from different European countries

Classes take place Monday to Friday in the Morning (9:30 – 13:30)

• Day 1 - Monday  

Welcoming and Introduction of the course programme  

Presentation of participants  

Ice-breaking and team-building activities  

Definition of basic concepts related to the culture, diversity, tolerance, multicultural education and identity and exploration of their impact in a classroom setting 

What is cultural diversity and why it is important?  

What does it mean to promote cultural diversity in education?  


• Day 2 - Tuesday  

Challenges of diversity in the classroom  

How to cope with culturally diverse classrooms  

Different types of diversity in the classroom  

Recognition of how cultural and social changes contribute to diversity 

Diversity problem scenarios  

Common mistakes when teaching about diversity 


• Day 3 - Wednesday  

Differentiate between how cultural beliefs influence behaviours and practices in the classroom  

Identify various aspects of personal and social barriers to diversity inclusiveness in the classroom  

Analyse the causes and effects of discrimination and prejudice in the classroom 

Explanation of how communication and culture interrelate in education 

Definition and analysis of the terms ‘self’ and ‘the other’  

Exploring stereotypes in education and ways to overcome them? 

Common beliefs and testing yourself for hidden biases  

Critical practices for anti-bias education  


• Day 4 - Thursday  

Examples of sustainability projects developed in schools  

Preparation for culturally responsive teaching  

How to develop and apply culturally relevant curriculum  

Teaching tolerance in a multicultural classroom environment  

How to create a safe and open classroom environment in multicultural education?

How to prepare your students to build tolerance for all  

Working in groups/individually to develop a lesson plan/project for a culturally diverse classroom  


• Day 5 - Friday  

Presentation of group/individual projects  

Final Remarks on Cultural Diversity and Tolerance  

Exchange of ideas for future collaborations at European level  

Certification of Attendance  

Confirmation of EuroPass Mobility documents

5 Day Course Fee per person: 400 €  


Total Price Includes;  


- Administrative support before, during and after the training course 

- Course and training materials  

- Certificate of Attendance 

- Confirmation of Europass Mobility Certificate  

- Administrative and Organisational costs  

- Coffee Breaks  

- School Visits (if scheduled in advance)  


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