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Upcoming sessions: 

  • 111-2/2023: 06/11-11/11

  • 111-1/2024: 01/07-06/07

  • 111-1/2025: 30/06-05/07

Price: 490€ (Includes course fee, entrance to sites and museums, transportation in the city during the course)

Larnaca (Cyprus)

Course organizer:
AM LearnToTeach Courses

Number of participants: 20

Certification: Yes

Language: English

Target audience
  • Teachers & school staff from primary and secondary level, and special needs.

  • Company staff

  • School management

  • Not-for-profit / NGO staff

  • Other

Subjects & Competences
  • Citizenship

  • Cross Curricular

  • Pre-School Subjects

  • Primary School Subjects

  • Social Studies / Sociology

  • Cultural diversity

  • Inclusive teaching

  • Migrant students

  • Non-formal learning

  • Social skills

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111 I Migration, an inclusive approach in education    

Borders around the world have always been an element of change. Areas of the world and especially of Europe have changed creating a flow of borders and of course, of people. These changes affected the way that societies have developed, the way that people think and the way that countries have evolved.


Immigrants and refugees who have crossed our borders the last few years, are a part of our larger or smaller world and we need to learn how to deal with the challenge of change in the best way we can.


An important aspect of understanding the identities of migrants and refugees is recognizing the cultural differences that exist between them and the host country. To work effectively with them in the classroom, it is important to first understand their identities and experiences. The concept of identity is complex and multi-dimensional. It involves various aspects such as cultural, ethnic, religious, linguistic, and national identity. These identities are often intertwined and shape an individual's sense of self. This loss of identity can lead to feelings of isolation, loneliness, and a lack of belonging. For migrants and refugees, maintaining their identity can be a challenge, but it is essential for their sense of belonging. In education, we need to recognize the importance of identity for migrants and refugees and provide them with the support they need to maintain their cultural and social identities.


Trainers will be in contact with the participants in order to solve any questions or doubts and provide advice on accommodation, airports, airlines etc. They will also familiarize participants with the website of the seminars ( which will be used to upload pedagogical material created during the course duration.

Course fee: 490 euros per person. It includes the course fee, entry tickets where needed, and transportation within the working days of the course. Airport transport and accommodation are not included. Please, take into consideration that sending institutions should have an insurance coverage for their participants as stated in the Erasmus+ Quality Standards for Mobilities.




Meeting and getting to know each other (ice breaking activities).

Course information (aims, concept, summary of activities).


Nicosia, the only divided capital in the world. Walk around within the walls.

Visit the check point and walk along the Green line.

Visit the Buffer zone. Presentation of the NGO “Citizens in Power”.

Visit “Caritas Organization” and Vatican Embassy.

Viewpoint/Observatory. Brief history of Nicosia.

Visit/conference UNHCR.


Larnaca, a walk through time. The Turkish/Cypriot neighbourhood: A bi-communal affair.

Pottery session.

Workshop: Presentation of “Hope for Children”.

Workshop: A refugee’s story.

Presentation of an Erasmus+ project about migrants and refugees. Discussion.


Visit: An insight to Achna and Dasaki Achnas. Hopes and dreams (brief history).

Following the “Green Line” division.

Visit: Famagusta, a ghost city. The closest observation point in Deryneia.


Workshop: Migrants-examples of pedagogical activities through the curriculum. Art,  Literature, Sport, Language…

Workshop: Organizing the lesson plan (Part 1).

Exchange of experiences. Activities at the participants’ schools.

Workshop: “Preparing a lesson plan: Applying the contents of the seminar in the subject teach” (Part 2).


Workshop: “Course portfolio: presentation of the lesson plans”.

Reflections/Summary of the course (Final conference).

Certificates. Departures.

*The programme is subjected to changes in case of unforeseen circumstances.

Learning objectives

This course aims to help educators experience real-life situations and stories of immigrants and refugees in the only divided capital in the world, Nicosia-Cyprus. With the special situation that the island lives under, actual locations become places of interest and personal stories become OUR stories. Learning by experiencing becomes a valuable tool for educators who would like to sensitize their students in accepting immigrants and refugees into their classrooms or their schools. Poems, ideas, educational material, research results, personal stories, visits and many more will provide a kaleidoscope of activities aiming to provide educators with varied material that can be used in any level of education.


Furthermore, we aim to facilitate our participants in their quest for networking and collaborating with other participants and institutions. Following the original objectives of Erasmus+, we take very seriously the exchange of ideas, experiences and methodologies. Thus, our day to day programme, includes theory, discussion, cultural activities and practice.


Our courses are thought in a way that theory and practice combine with our participants' working experiences. Exchange of practices and methodologies provide a rich environment of examples and ideas that each one can transfer to their own reality and with their own means. The pedagogical material that we offer can be used, open and free under Creative Commons (CC) which is one of the criteria of Erasmus+. We always try to meet all methodologies so our material is always linked to ICT for those who can apply them in their teaching process.


Participants are asked to create a simple activity (teaching or other) and upload in on our working platform. In this way, produced material can be shared among the group and thus, enrich their pedagogical activities obtained.

To ensure optimum enjoyment of the course, we communicate the next day's briefing and we create a group communication tool in order to avoid changes or unexpected situations. Our goal is to enhance the exprerience and to construct relationships among the participants and our trainers that can lead to future partnerships and collaborations.

Certification details

We take our participants' personal development seriously and consequently, we offer a Certificate of Attendance that is in line with the specifications of Erasmus Quality Standards for Mobilities. The Certificate states the number of hours of the course (30), the place and date of the course and the participant's name. Our participants usually need to produce a simple activity/product which will be uploaded in our working platform. Upon the completion of this task, the participants can receive the certificate.


We also certify and sign the Mobility Agreement, Quality Commitment and Europass Mobility or any other document our participants wish to obtain in order to comply with Erasmus+ and/or their personal development.

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