The aim of this project is to involve European disadvantaged students in Dialogic Gatherings, improving their key competences and fostering their inclusion in school and in society. Teachers will be trained and empowered to use and disseminate this evidence-based practice, working transnationally and reaching disadvantaged students, their families and communities.
Dive in Dialogue is a project co-financed by Erasmus + funds aimed at promoting the Dialogic Gatherings in Europe and beyond.
The Dialogic Gatherings (DG) are one of the six Successful Educational Actions identified by INCLUD-ED research (financed by FP6 of the EC and coordinated by CREA) as the best actions to ensure educational success and social inclusion in Europe.
A Dialogic Gathering is an educative and cultural activity where people get together to create knowledge and meaning about the best universal cultural and scientific knowledge.
The objectives of the Dive-In-Dialogue project are:
Dialogic literary gatherings are excellent examples of successful family education. Data reveal that there are substantial positive effects on the students’ motivation and academic success.
ESHA organized an online transnational dialogical gathering for the Hungarian and Serbian schools that participate in the Dive-In-Dialogue project.
The ESHA team of 8 teachers from Hungary and Serbia, accompanied by ESHA staff participated in the Dive-in-Dialogue training in Athens on 2nd-3rd, February, organized by KMOP – Social Action & Innovation Centre.
The ESHA team of 8 teachers from Hungary and Serbia, accompanied by ESHA staff participated in the Dive-in-Dialogue training in Barcelona on 28-29th, September, organized by the University of Barcelona, through the Community of Research on Excellence for All (CREA-UB).
More than 50 educators from 6 different countries participated in this first online session which is part of the Dive-In-Dialogue project.