This conference, curated by the Gaiety School of Acting – The National Theatre School of Ireland, Kildare Town Educate Together National School, and Plan International Ireland will bring educators and activists from different European countries who are interested in learning more about the use of the creative arts to address intercultural education in primary schools.
Aim: To explore new ways of understanding intercultural education in primary schools; the use of the creative arts as a tool to foster intercultural dialogue in primary schools.
Target Audience: Teachers, Schools Management, Policy Makers, Researchers, Drama Practitioners, Academics, NGO Organisations, Students.
Keynote Address: This event will include a keynote talk from Joe Little, RTÉ Religious and Social Affairs Correspondent. It will also showcase the work from the Grow from Seeds project as well as presentations and contributions from practitioners and educators through a panel discussion.
Grow from Seeds: The Grow from Seeds project, funded under Erasmus+, consists of a partnership between schools and organisations from Ireland, France, and Germany. The project offers a programme designed to foster intercultural dialogue in primary schools, recognising European Parliament priorities to address anti-social behaviour through social cohesion and inclusion, active citizenship, and the empowerment and participation of pupils. The Grow from Seeds project aims to provide high learning opportunities tailored to meet the needs of teachers and pupils of primary schools. For more information on Grow from Seeds to go http://growfromseeds.eu/
RSVP your attendance for this event by January 6th, 2020, to Dr. Anna Kadzik-Bartoszewska at email@example.com