This paper is based on the research outcomes of “META - Minority Education Through Art” project, carried out under EU Erasmus Plus KA3 framework. The hypothesis is that arts can foster intercultural inclusion in school contexts with children with migrant background and/or belonging to minority groups. META has been implemented by a multi-method approach, in terms of object and context of research: analytical-comparative methods (case studies), methods based on data matrices (surveys, questionnaires) and interpretative research methods (interviews, focus groups, experiential observation). Main outcomes are an innovative methodology and a competence framework. In META, an evidence-based educational approach entails innovation in teaching in Europe, pointing to genuine valuing the richness and potentiality of different cultures, through artistic experience. Hereby, we present elements of reflection indicating toward a transition from “schooling” to open learning environments where arts become an important methodological tool to foster integration of formal, non-formal and informal education.

Art-based education for inclusive learning environments / Glenda Galeotti; Giovanna Del Gobbo; Gilda Esposito. - STAMPA. - (2018), pp. 175-181. ((Intervento presentato al convegno Future of Education 8th edition tenutosi a Florence nel 28-29 giugno 2018.

Art-based education for inclusive learning environments

Glenda Galeotti
;
Giovanna Del Gobbo
;
Gilda Esposito
2018

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This paper is based on the research outcomes of “META - Minority Education Through Art” project, carried out under EU Erasmus Plus KA3 framework. The hypothesis is that arts can foster intercultural inclusion in school contexts with children with migrant background and/or belonging to minority groups. META has been implemented by a multi-method approach, in terms of object and context of research: analytical-comparative methods (case studies), methods based on data matrices (surveys, questionnaires) and interpretative research methods (interviews, focus groups, experiential observation). Main outcomes are an innovative methodology and a competence framework. In META, an evidence-based educational approach entails innovation in teaching in Europe, pointing to genuine valuing the richness and potentiality of different cultures, through artistic experience. Hereby, we present elements of reflection indicating toward a transition from “schooling” to open learning environments where arts become an important methodological tool to foster integration of formal, non-formal and informal education.
Conference Proceedings. The Future of Education. 8th Edition
Future of Education 8th edition
Florence
28-29 giugno 2018
Goal 4: Quality education
Glenda Galeotti; Giovanna Del Gobbo; Gilda Esposito
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