Children Hybrid Integration

The MOOC is part of the project "Children Hybrid Integration - Learning Dialogue as a way of Upgrading policies of Participation".

CHILD-UP researches different levels of hybrid integration of migrant children in Europe with the primary aim of proposing an innovative approach to improve their social condition and to disseminate the project outcomes by involving relevant national and international stakeholders. CHILD-UP focuses on migrant children with the aim of fostering the understanding and their active participation within schools for a successful hybrid integration. This objective is achieved through an innovative research approach focused on the concept of children agency.


The CHILD-UP project is funded by the European Union (GA 822400) and therefore all materials produced in the course of this project are free of cost (

Remember: This course is a courseware. A courseware is a collection of learning materials (video and documents) related to a specific study topic and produced by experts. You will not find assessments to take within a courseware; after completing all the activities you will not receive an attendance certificate or an open badge.

Frequenza e Attestati



Scienze Sociali

Ore di Formazione




Modalità Corso





5 Settimane



Stato del Corso

Auto apprendimento

Avvio Iscrizioni

20 Dic 2022

Apertura Corso

16 Gen 2023

Chiusura Corso

Non impostato

This MOOC intends to help you educate migrant children to become independent thinkers and successful individuals and enables teachers and school heads to increase their knowledge of: 

- living conditions, perceptions and expectations of migrant children and their parents/caretakers and teachers;

- competences, expectations and practices of children’s integration in schools;

- conditions of discrimination and marginalisation of migrant children.


The materials are within the course page.

Course sections contains: 1. The video-lesson; 2. The pdf version of the slides; 3. The pdf version of the examples with/without analysis (when relevant); 4. The link to video or audio files through the Child-UP archive ( (when relevant); 5. Some of the modules include the possibility to use self-assessment as an opportunity for reflective learning.