Inclusive School Hub

Erasmus+ project for School Education
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About the project

  • Project results
  • Evidence-informed resources for inclusive teaching
  • 1 training course on inclusive teaching for school educators
  • 1 digital escape room for teachers to practice their knowledge
  • Final conference at the end of the project

Purpose of the project

The project aims to develop guidance and support tools for teachers and schools on the topics diversity and inclusion in the classroom to improve the teaching practice

Specific objectives

• To provide teachers and schools with evidence-informed resources and guidelines, which can be used to promote inclusion and diversity.
• To provide teachers and school leaders with a digital escape room for their training in diversity and inclusion
• To provide teachers and school leaders with a “train the trainer”  professional development training on inclusion and diversity 

Meet the consortium of the project

Four organizations from three countries

SkillsUp Training & Research Services

Project coordinator
Skillsup was established aiming to offer easy access to education opportunities to a wide number of people who are not able to attend a face-to-face program/courses, due to geographical, health, professional, family or other constraints. In this way, SkillsUp responds to the current and growing needs of our society for learning, through alternative education programs and promotes equal opportunity in education.

German School of Athens 

The German School of Athens (in German: Deutsche Schule Athen, DSA) is a coeducational independent, kindergarten, elementary school and high school in Marousi, Athens, Greece. The school has been in operation since 1896 and was founded by architect and archeologist Wilhelm Dörpfeld. It is one of the oldest & most prestigious private schools in Greece, after a large number of its graduates has excelled in politics, the arts, science and business

Rutu Foundation

The Rutu Foundation for Intercultural Multilingual Education is a non-profit organization based in the Netherlands. We work to secure the right of all children to have an equal right to a quality education that respects their cultural identity including their languages 

11th Primary School of Pafos

A public primary school in Pafos, Cyprus, which aims to provide equal opportunities to all students, so that they build a solid educational foundation based on their experiences, positive attitude towards learning, participation, cooperation, interaction between students and teachers.

Meet our logo designer, Grigoris Rizopoulos from Greece

Grigoris is an aspiring artist & graphic designer, currently studying at one of the partner schools, the German School of Athens (DSA). What he said about the project and our logo:
"When I was approached to create the logo for the ISH project, I was truly honored and excited for the opportunity to contribute to an initiative that focuses on fostering inclusivity in school education.
Designing the ISH logo was a challenging yet fulfilling experience for me. I aimed to create a design that embodies the values of inclusion, diversity, and equality, which are at the core of the program. I chose to put a dove in the logo to represent inclusivity and unity, with an olive green and beige color to symbolize peace, balance and neutrality. The letters "ISH" are prominently displayed, forming the focal point of the design. The flags of the consortium countries have been added in a ribbon, which is a symbol for raising awareness and support"
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Kick-off meeting

After several informal sessions in February between the coordinator and each partner for the signature of the bi-lateral agreements and the logistics of the project, our kick-off meeting took place on the 13th of March and it was a success! 
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Training course in Amsterdam!

From 26-29 June 2023 our "train the trainer" course on inclusive teaching will take place in Amsterdam West, with the participation of 8 educators from the consortium partners!
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Communication & networking

Interested in receiving our newsletter?

Between March 2023 and February 2024, we will be creating 3 newsletters informing our community about the progress. Please express your interest in receiving them at 
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Project milestones

Guide on inclusive teaching

By the end of July 2023, our ISH platform will be available for registration (free of cost). There you will be able to find a self-paced course on inclusive teaching and a guide with good practices and evidence-informed resources on this topic! Stay tuned!!  
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Project milestones

Our logo has been designed!

We are very pleased to announce that our logo has been designed! Please check above more details about what it symbolizes from our designer, Grigoris Rizopoulos!
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Our May meeting was a success!

The project team met again on May 5th to reflect on the progress in project result 1, dissemination and quality assurance. All partners met the deadlines and submitted everything that was needed. The meeting ended with a conversation on the logistics for our training in Amsterdam in June
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Communication & networking

Our project showcased in

Our project is showcased in the most popular education portal in Cyprus, This provided us with the opportunity to reach a very big pool of teachers, educators and researchers who visit the site daily!
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Course Lessons

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