4. Case Studies

Case studies are written by the partners to highlight how the use of multicultural activities can enhance inclusiveness in children.

Here is a Swedish case study:

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P1 the Output leader prepared a template

for all partners to write their case study (June 2017) before the start of the piloting, thus the partners would understand which observations would be needed during the piloting phase to embed them into the Case Study.

Each partner noted down her/his own observations, asked permission to video parts of the school piloting and nterviewed children and teachers during the piloting period.

Each partner compiled its own Case Study by March 2018.

The 6 Case Studies are uploaded on the project website as reflection documents on the MultiLib approaches and effects available to wider education community.

They were also used at the International Conference in Beussels.

 

Read more:

All MultiLib Achievements

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