Dissemination means sharing research results with potential users – peers in the research field, industry, other commercial players and policymakers). By sharing your research results with the rest of the scientific community, you are contributing to the progress of science in general.
Our transnational meetings were excellent occasions to share and discuss our results and our findings and our dissemination strategies. The Multiplier events in all participating countries created the possibilities to discuss the results of the project and further disseminate knowledge and experience.
The project results will be further disseminated within the different levels of the educational field due to its generalized relevance both at local, national as well as international levels.
Our partners are part of extensive networks in their own city and country and are part of European networks. Consequently, the consortium is well poised to contact institutions that maintain close relations with their educational centre of expertise and school networks. The commitment of our partners will also ensure the active participation of various institutions, including school boards and schools.
Our audience at the local level would be teacher, teacher trainers, school leaders and parents. The first three because they are the educational practitioners working with students from different migrant backgrounds and contexts. The latter because parents play a vital role in the language practice, support and learning of their children.
At the EU level we want to contribute to the complex educational challenges which Europe has to cover. Share our findings and thought with EU representatives and officials who want to improve the education in member countries of the EU and we want to contribute to factors that hinder participation in education. Here our communications officer from the SIRIUS network will be in place, since he has extended contacts on different EU platforms. Furthermore, we contribute to the fact that education must meet the requirements in the 21st century, namely education dealing with diverse populations in the class rooms and facing the fact that there are many languages present in class everywhere in Europe.
The Erasmus+ AVIOR projects has ended on the 31st of August 2019. That does not mean that we stop. We continue to work on our mission and created a temporally website with all AVIOR publications and our materials. In 2020 we will start working on a professional website for sharing more and more bilingual materials with passionate teachers, school professionals, parents, pupils and all those interested in multilingualism.