Coordination: Grete Kernegger
The idea for the CHAGAL project was born out of the realisation that education systems have to be responsive to the diverse backgrounds and specific needs of international students and to adopt effective strategies to offer students every chance of success in their undertakings. An innovative and inclusive curriculum sensitive to the students’ diversity not only promotes positive student reaction and success, but also reflects the host country’s acceptance of the potential these students have to offer.
On the CHAGAL in ACTION! CD-Rom 12Curriculum Guidelines drawn up by the 16partner institutions originally participating in the CHAGAL-Grundtvig project describe how student-centred course curricula can be developed and implemented and illustrate how CHAGAL principles can be put into practice. Examples of good practice from 9European countries comprise the areas of
and are – together with the CHAGAL Recipe Book for Teachers – targeted specifically at practitioners.
Roland Forster, Grete Kernegger, Mee Foong Lee, Imke Mohr , Kees Smit and Penka Taneva-Kafelova with the cooperation of Hannes Vogler.