Schools, as main educational environments, and teachers, as main educational actors, play a significant role in the socio-educational inclusion of migrant children. In this regard, the implementation of more efficient educational models for the socio-educational inclusion should be based on a child-centred approach, where migrant and refugee children can be directly involved in the co-design and implementation of activities as key agents of their own educational and inclusion path, by means of participatory processes.

The Online Digital Database of good practices and resources in social integration of refugee and migrant children represents a relevant useful tool for both schools and teachers to help them identify, adapt and take advantage of good practices and resources aimed at several complementary inclusion goals.

To foster these goals, IMMERSE consortium has elaborated a proposal of collaborative workshop for schools, aimed at promoting the use of the Online Digital Database among principals, school leaders, teachers, educators and social professionals.

This collaborative workshop proposal includes information about:

  • How to use the database and take advantage of the good practices and resources included to promote inclusive education models based on child-centred approaches

  • How to identify good practices and resources relevant for the school, teachers and students, on the basis of their needs and circumstances, applying a participative process

  • How to co-create basic principles to evaluate if a good practice or resource from the database is suitable to be implemented in the school