A list of resources and project deliverables is under construction. All resources are freely available on the website. You can download them and use them. We just ask you to quote the META source:
The presented report gives a summary of 40 good practices, which applied successfully arts in the fields of formal and non-formal learning with disadvantaged people with migrant background and/or from ethnic minorities, mainly children and youngsters. All these projects aim at improving inclusion by mutual understanding, learning outcomes, social cohesion and participation.
The questionnaire used to collect and map good practices: https://goo.gl/forms/ukKWgNRdaT9hxFaD3
This paper presents the META Competences Framework based on ten potential benefits of intercultural education through art and defines for each advantage a key competency and an explanation of the expected objectives.
This short version of methodology can represent a mean by which teachers engage students in learning that is meaningful to them. It also provides a forum where teachers can actively grapple with the complexities of their own learning processes trough Arts.
The overall objective of this Report is:
• to present principal results of different actions implemented by META Project
• to describe the impact of training on artist and young people from minorities and migrant communities
• to describe the impact of META piloting on children in pre-primary and primary school
The Guideline aims to introduce teachers into META project and its resources.
This Policy Brief is designed to reach all stakeholders, at international and national level, that are committed to quality education and learning in schools.
The META advocacy Toolkit aims at approaching and communicating directly with key stakeholders; defines a series of steps to be used as a template in other educational institutions or settings, and determines the environmental, social and political conditions that can be used as leverage in advocacy.