LINC innovation lies in early and continuous intervention in learning that aim to build a community environment that encompasses learners, teachers, and parents towards preventing ESL. The intervention will start in early primary school and continue throughout lower high school.

Specific innovative aspects of the LINC early and continuous ESL intervention lies on the following:




  • ­Adopting a holistic perspective on the needs of learners and their families as well as teachers aiming to integrate in addition to school performance socio-economic factors, background, and cultural aspects
  • ­ Fostering inclusive, supportive school community that empowers parents to become more active and encourages them to initiate communication with the school
  • ­Experiential, interactive learning methodologies and activities that enhance communication among learners and their parents by being designed for joined completion
  • ­Celebrating cultural diversity as a school community strength
  •  Demonstrating the relationship between curricula, schooling, and learning (at home) with real life for the benefit of learners
  • ­Targeting learner and parent perceptions and values on education
  • ­Empowering teachers to create a nurturing environment through productive learning design, to effectively communicate with learners, and to initiate and maintain working relationships with parents
  • ­Addressing the needs of migrant learners and their families through specific focus and support on understanding school curricula purposes and design in their host countries
  •  Enabling parents to be more effectively engaged in their children’s education by supporting parents as learners and providing informational resources on their own lifelong skill development

Applying ICT as a facilitator for community building and storytelling-based experiential learning design that fights social exclusion, especially for migrants

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