Is there a new foreign pupil/child in your school? Do you teach foreign pupils and lack the relevant information?
Through e-Counselling you may get a quick and well-rounded response to a problem you are currently dealing with when working with foreign children/pupils.
Regional support centres have regional coordinators (internal staff of the National Institute for Further Education) that provide support. They are in charge of logistics for specific educational activities, ensuring “centralised” support for teaching staff by establishing cooperation with experts and partners in facilitating basic information.Organisations in your region
We mainly focus on enhancing teachers’ sociocultural competence in working with children/pupils.
The programmes make teachers familiar with the professional literature used and provide them with specific guidance materials and teaching aids that can be used during instruction.
Do you teach a foreign child or pupil and lack the key input information? Would you like to get basic, comprehensive and broad knowledge about teaching Czech as a second language? Pay attention to this training programme.More information
In 2014, we created a new system of support for children/pupils of foreigners which is centrally organised and it is carried out by regional workplaces of the National Pedagogical Institute of the Czech Republic. This network provides training events for teachers, direct methodological, informational and organisational assistance to schools. In cooperation with external collaborators, the organisation participates in:
the methodical and organisational solution of concrete cases of children/pupils foreigners in schools.
We remind the offer of the National Pedagogical Institute of the Czech Republic: we provide free translation and interpreting services for schools in connection with the need to inform parents or guardians of children/pupils of foreigners… Číst dále >
The Czech School Inspectorate publishes its position on selected facts associated with education of foreign children in kindergartens (hereinafter referred to as “foreign children”) and foreign children in elementary schools (hereinafter referred to as “foreign pupils”)…. Číst dále >