en  fr  de

This is the testing site

  1. Home
  2.  > 
  3.  > 
    Programme 2012-2015
  4.  > 

Collaborative community approach to migrant education
A virtual open course for educators

The resources offer innovative ways to enhance young migrants' education by developing links between schools, the home and local partners in education. This educational joint venture develops the learners' skills in the language of schooling as well their plurilingual competences.

Virtual open course

The online course can be used for different purposes:

Self training  Training others  Adapting it for different contexts 
To reflect on professional practices, to discover innovative and inclusive strategies and to deepen understanding of working with learners from diverse backgrounds Trainers in multilingual educational settings will find a wealth of inspiring ideas, strategies and materials which they can adopt and adapt to the needs of their own contexts The complete course can be downloaded, adapted or translated for use on a different online Moodle platform

The Virtual Open Course is composed of modules containing multimodal materials, pedagogical ideas and downloadable guidelines for all members of the learning community.

Moodle platform

  Go to the Moodle platform

Do you like this resource?

Send us a comment:

Video presenting the publication on the occasion of the ECML conference in December 2016. The presentation took place in the context of a workshop involving results/publications of two related ECML project (Pepelino and Parents).


Download the flyer in English, French or German

I now am more aware of the fact that you develop learning power when you connect school, families and community.
Frederike Groothoff - Utrecht University, the Netherlands
For ongoing activities, please see the ECML training and consultancy page:

These pages result from a project run within the ECML's Learning through languages programme entitled "ECML publications for plurilingual and intercultural education in use" (Community).
Find out more about the project here.