What does good intercultural dialogue mean?
a) Presentation of cases with positive or negative outcomes collected by inservice teachers
b) Analysis of obstacles to a dialogical cooperation between the teachers and ethnic minority parents
c) Discussion of problems and solutions for improving academic achievement and well-being of minority children by a good ID
From communication to cooperation
a) Being self-aware: expectations of teachers, stereotypes and prejudice
b) Knowing the other: knowledge about ethnic minority groups, educational systems of ethnic minority groups, expectations of parents
c) The concepts of culture and multi-culturalism
d) Interpersonal and cross-cultural communication, role-relationships and power, influence from the context (space, time, organisational and institutional factors)
e) Preparation of grids to collect observations on ID in classes during the individual training of the formal curriculum.