The project aims to promote strategies and methods that help students with a migrant background at risk of ESL to maintain their motivation through the development, testing and validation of an Intercultural Mentoring Programme based on the empowered peer education methodology.
The Intercultural mentor profile will be adapted to different European contexts, developed in collaboration with at least 100 school staff members (headmaster and secondary school teachers from 5 different European countries) and tested with at least 50 students with a migrant background trained as Intercultural Mentors.
The impact of the project will be sustained thorough the outcomes below:
- Didactic Kit: conceived as self-teaching materials will contain the training framework to directly implement the model of intervention in secondary schools system;
- Guideline Handbook: support the future implementation of training courses – by other education organizations and secondary school,
- Project website: it will include not only the results and materials of the project (handbooks, e-learning platform, reports, etc.) but will also include updated information on young migrants.