Veränderungen interkultureller Kompetenzen bei Grundschülern an Halbtags- und Ganztagsschulen: Zusammenhänge zu schulischen Zielvorstellungen und Weiterbildungsmaßnahmen

Reinders, Heinz; Gresser, Anne; Schnurr, Simone
March 2013
Diskurs Kindheits- und Jugendforschung;2013, Vol. 8 Issue 1, p39
Academic Journal
This contribution raises questions about correlations between the intercul-tural competencies of primary school students and the characteristics of part-time and full-time schools. The major focus is set on the assumption that full-time schools offer more possibilities to enhance the intercultural competencies of their students compared with schools where pupils attend classes only in the morning hours. Empirical results from a longitudinal study from first to second grade (N = 755) indicate that ethnic composition of schools and advanced training of teachers are the most significant factors in predicting changes in in-tercultural competencies.


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