About the research
Every classroom these days resembles a mosaic. A mix of children who differ in family situation, culture, and religion, but also in physical and mental abilities and in gender. As a teacher, how do you deal with diversity in the classroom? Many teachers feel inadequately trained in this area. Engaging in dialogue with pupils, parents, and colleagues helps to find together the most powerful solutions to these challenges. But how do you start? To get that process going, Marijke Wilssens and her colleagues at the Artevelde University of Applied Sciences developed a box of conversation starters. How they work and where you can find them as a teacher is explained in this video.