This training involves piloting the innovative training programme that will teach professionals/volunteers in schools and informal educational settings how to support pupils and young people to become Young Music Mentors focusing on addressing social marginalisation.
The E-book is the culmination of the entire project, bringing together all the research, pilots, learning and findings of the project into one e-book that will feature chapters in the participating languages as well as a comparative chapter in English.
The E-course is broken down into 5 modules (an introduction module and 4 educational training content modules). Each Module is composed of 2-3 Units. A module involves 4-5 hours of learning. The programme is accredited with Continuing Professional Development (CPD) status.
O1: Draw on the experience of teachers and educational professionals to create a program to improve the integration of children from migrant backgrounds and children at risk from exclusion from formal and informal forms of education.
O2: Produce an online e-course for teachers and educationalists to aid them in integrating pupils and young people through the use of restorative justice social action music programme.
O3: Create ane-book that encapsulates all the learnings and evidence from the program to be disseminated widely with the aim of informing educational practices internationally.
- Create a programme based on Restorative Justice Music model that will capacity build teacher’s and educational professionals’s ability to promote equality and social cohesion among their students.
- Remove barriers from between teachers and educational institutions.
- Connect teachers and educational institutions with parents and community-based professionals such as social workers through networking and dissemination events.
- Reduce disparities among students in terms of accessing and engaging with formal and informal education.
- Benefit disadvantaged students and those at risk of leaving school early.
- Young people of school age
- Adults migrants aged 18-35
- Teachers, professors, tutors, mentors and other educational specialists
- Parents, social workers and other parties who make up a wider community support system