Equal and Autonomous Living of Secondary Education Pupils from Socially Vulnerable Groups

  • Xanthippi Foulidi University of the Aegean, Rhodes, Greece
  • Soultana Chouvarda University of Thessaly, Karditsa, Greece
  • Euaggelia Kentrou University of West Attica, Athens, Greece
  • Ioannis Marmaras Thriasio General Hospital, Elefsis, Greece
  • Evangelos C. Papakitsos University of West Attica
Keywords: intercultural communication, stereotypes, social inclusion, gender equality, multiple discriminations

Abstract

This paper presents two courses for pupils of special vocational secondary education from socially vulnerable groups, that addresses the issues of various stereotypes and discriminations, especially considering gender and cultural ones. Their methodology of implementation is particularly based on constructivism and teamwork. In addition, the interested educators of Special Education may implement these two courses that are described in sufficient details for this matter. A pilot application of them had been conducted in a vocational school of Special Secondary Education, at the city of Elefsis, Greece.

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Published
2021-03-15
How to Cite
Foulidi, X., Chouvarda, S., Kentrou, E., Marmaras, I., & Papakitsos, E. (2021). Equal and Autonomous Living of Secondary Education Pupils from Socially Vulnerable Groups. International Journal of Research in Educational Sciences. (IJRES), 4(2), 155 - 168. Retrieved from http://iafh.net/index.php/IJRES/article/view/266
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