Informamos de la reciente publicación de un informe de la Comisión Europea, titulado Preparing teachers for diversity: the role of initial teacher education. Final report, en el que ha participado el Grupo INTER, bajo la coordinación de Teresa Aguado, para abordar el caso de España.
Como se resume en la web del informe:
“Even though the diversity found in European societies is not a new phenomenon, its nature is rapidly changing. Europe is becoming increasingly diverse due to intra-European mobility, international migration and globalisation. These societal changes affect the educational landscape and organisation, and create both new opportunities and challenges for schools and other educational institutions. Recent studies show that intolerance and social exclusion are increasing both in schools and in society. The growing number of refugee, asylum seeker and migrant children entering Europe places specific demands on schools and teachers. These phenomena lead teachers to re-consider their everyday practices and strategies to meet the learning needs of these pupils.”
El informe viene acompañado de 3 anexos:
- Preparing teachers for diversity. The role of initial teacher education: annex 1, country fiches
- Preparing teachers for diversity. The role of initial teacher education: annex 2, case study summaries. El estudio de caso aportado desde España se centra en el proyecto TANDEM de aprendizaje-servicio.
- Preparing teachers for diversity. The role of initial teacher education: annexes 3-6
y de un resumen ejecutivo, todo ello disponible en inglés.
Directorate-General for Education, Youth, Sport and Culture,Education, Youth, Sport and Culture (European Commission) (2017). Preparing teachers for diversity. The role of initial teacher education: final report – Study. Luxembourg: Publications Office of the European Union. ISBN: 978-92-79-63797-1. (Coautora: Teresa Aguado)