- Overview of the ROADMAP
How to get a general understanding of the ROADMAP (presentation of the tools, essential definitions, steps to be taken to set up a project, etc).
- How to choose a coordinator for the ROADMAP
A few elements to take into account when choosing the coordinator (team).
- Coordinator’s step by step to-do list
Things to do for a successful implementation of the ROADMAP.
- How to engage key partners
Ideas for introducing the ROADMAP project to the school community
- Key ideas of the ROADMAP project and benefits for the school
Model PowerPoint presentation for promotion.
- Model letter for parents
A letter which can be adapted to your context in order to present the ROADMAP to the parents and ensure their collaboration.
- Areas and dimensions
Structure and content of the self-assessment tool: overview and explanation of the structure and content (areas and dimensions)
- Survey statements
List of the survey assessments for the headteachers, teachers, non-teaching staff, students and parents.
Statements for parents translated by Google
Statements for students translated by Google
- Example of a customised school report
Example of a customised report issued online once the online survey is finalised.
- Promotional leaflet
An user-friendly leaflet enabling you to present the ROADMAP to all the stakeholders (headteacher, teachers, non-teaching staff, students and parents).
- Understanding the ECML project "A roadmap for schools to support the language(s) of schooling"
Theory-based description of the ROADMAP and its rationale.
Visuals and templates
The following files can be used for the presentation and dissemination of a ROADMAP project at school level.