International Education Handbook

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One world many stories

The world in the class[edit | edit source]

I have a great remembrance of my father speeches in the car talking about the moon an the planets. The unknown. Then I would look at the moon and think: I want to be there...some day. So I was dreaming on being an astronaut.

Probably if my father would have talked about an unknown Island, then I would have liked to be a sailor.

Most of the motivation comes after literature or great stories: and this can be done in the class.

There are tons of great travel books that are a great inspiration to the unknown.

Reading few paragraphs a day can make a big difference.

Intercultural education[edit | edit source]

Motivaton[edit | edit source]

Resources for intercultural education[edit | edit source]

In this section we present a set of tools that can be useful for educators when focusing in intercultural education:

Conflict resolution[edit | edit source]

The class in the world[edit | edit source]

Motivation[edit | edit source]

International Student Programs[edit | edit source]

World wide Programs[edit | edit source]

European Programs[edit | edit source]

International School Exchanges[edit | edit source]

School Programs[edit | edit source]

Before the exchange[edit | edit source]

Looking for schools[edit | edit source]
Choosing the students[edit | edit source]
Parents orientation[edit | edit source]
Studends orientation[edit | edit source]
Looking for fundings[edit | edit source]

During the exchange[edit | edit source]

After the exchange[edit | edit source]