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Communicating with parents of newly migrated children

 

ABOUT PARENTable

 

About The Project

PARENTable is about communicating with parents of newly migrated children in Europe, with the aim of building bridges between them and the schools. 

 

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Erasmus Plus

PARENTable runs between 2019-2022 and is funded by the Erasmus Plus program of the European Union.

 

Enable - Tamkin

PARENTable is building on the experiences of our Erasmus Plus project  ENABLE (2017-2019) where we met Arab teachers and tutors to build a training for supporting refugee children in self-organized learning.

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Latest News

The team came together again in January in Berlin at Back on Track. Here we planned the next steps. A great start to the project!

 

 

OUR WORKSHOPS

Between Nov 2019 and Aug 2022, PARENTable will run five transnational workshops accross Europe. These workshops aim to build a training concept for educators and parents/legal guardians of newly migrated children. Read More

Berlin,
Germany

 

Scheduled for Jan 2021

Schwäbisch Gmünd,

Germany

 

Scheduled for Feb 2022

Muğla,

Turkey

 

Scheduled for Jun 2021

Gävle,

Sweden

 

Scheduled for 24-26 Nov 2020

Calabria,

Italy

 

Scheduled for Sep 2021

 

 

OUR e-LEARNING COURSES

Here you will soon have the opportunity to discover our e-learning course. You will have the possibility to learn about the needs of parents and educators in specially developed modules.

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    Parents’ attitudes and expectations between educators and parents

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    Identities and self-esteem in parenting

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    Transnational Families and their impact on children

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    Multilingualism & Schools

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    Successful communication between educators and newly migrated parents

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    Counseling with parents of newly migrated children - How to solve problems in precarious contexts

 

 

INTERESTING PRACTICE

Here we will soon share our experience with interesting practice settings for communication between parents and schools or teachers in Sweden, Germany, Turkey and Italy. To do so, we talk to teachers and parents of migrant children in different places to get to know their perspectives. We hope this will be helpful examples and models for you as a parent, legal guardian, caretaker, teacher, school counsellor, mediator, politician or practitioner.

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OUR TEAM

Our Erasmus Plus strategic partnership for innovation in school education gathers a strategic team of different partners

  • PH Schwäbisch Gmünd, Germany

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    For PARENTable, the PH Schwäbisch Gmünd combines two areas of expertise, the Department of Educational Counseling, Psychology and Intervention as well as the Department of Cultural Studies.

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  • University of Gävle, Sweden

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    The University of Gävle has approximately 16 000 students and more than 50 study programs and second-cycle programs.

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  • Muğla University, Turkey

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    Psychological Counseling and Guidance is an undergraduate and graduate program within the Department of Educational Sciences in Muğla Sıtkı Koçman University Faculty of Education.

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  • Università Della Calabria, Italy

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    The Laboratory Occhialì is a Centre of studies regarding the Islamic Mediterranean Countries, in the Department of Cultures, Education and Society (DiCES) of the University of Calabria. 

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  • Back On Track, Germany

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    Back on track e.V. is a charity organization which was founded by Germans and Syrians living in Berlin in 2016.

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