Mapping Exercise & Good practices 

Throughout the duration of NAOS we sought to investigate the actions undertaken, courses offered, as well as initiatives and policies introduced by the nine countries with regards to teaching diverse groups and enhancing the professional capacity of educators in relation to this ever-increasing diversity. To this end, NAOS utilized two different investigative practices: one for primary education and one for secondary education. For primary education we employed a so-called mapping exercise, whereas for secondary education we asked each country to prepare a good practice document, presenting a novel example coming from their country in an effort to tackle diverse pupil teaching. In this section we present the results we obtained from the two and briefly discuss the insights we were able to acquire. Based on these results, a report in relation to the mapping exercise and a handbook of good practices for secondary education were produced. Both of these can be accessed in this section under our brief discussions mentioned.