Erasmus+ SHARMED, training guidelines for teachers.

Impact: Social impacts

Description of impact

The researchers developed training for the facilitation of classroom activities that empower the voices of the children and promote inclusion in primary schools. The training is now an integral part of educational practices in the participating schools.

Stakeholders/Beneficiaries

Primary Schools Teachers
Children
Families

How have research outputs led to this impact?

SHARMED (Shared Memories and Dialogues) facilitation training is based on research involving 48 primary school classes in England, Germany and Italy. It was funded by the EU's Education, Audiovisual and Culture Executive Agency (EACEA). The large SHARMED research report underpins the development of training.
Impact statusCompleted
Impact date2016
Category of impactSocial impacts
Impact levelEarly stage Impact