European Journal of Teacher Education volume 42, issue 3, P410-428 2019 DOI: 10.1080/02619768.2019.1604670 View full text
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Birgitte Lund Nielsen, Hilmar Dyrborg Laursen, Lise Andersen Reol, Helle Jensen, Ana Kozina, Masa Vidmar, Maria Rasmusson, Iris Marušić, Albert Denk, Nina Roczen, Svetlana Jurko, Ales Ojstersek

Abstract: Framed by the EU-project Hand in Hand focusing on Social, Emotional and Intercultural (SEI) competencies among students and school staff the paper discusses implementation and professional competencies based on a literature review. Five themes were identified: 1) Intercultural/transcultural competency is not often referred to in the same research as social-emotional learning, though socio-emotional aspects appear to be`in the core´, 2) it is crucial to be aware of agency among school staff in a SEI-implementat…

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