The book being handed over to the reader describes
teaching strategies used in early childhood intercultural education. It was prepared by an
international team of researchers and practitioners from WSB University, University of Ostrava, Mykolas
Romeris University, Fin Edu Consult Oy working on an Erasmus + funded project. The proposed
solutions were inspired by the experience of the Finnish system of inclusive education, which is
characterised by a particularly high degree of openness to the cultural diversity of the student.
At the same time, thanks to ethnographic research, we
adapted tried-and-tested schemes to the realities of Eastern European societies in
Lithuania, the Czech Republic and Poland. Our aim was to prepare an empirically grounded position
relating to early childhood teaching in a multicultural society. We attempted to ensure that
the proposed solutions took into account both the concerns and needs of cultural minorities and the
inclusive expectations of majority societies. Teachers and students of pedagogy will find guidelines on
how to organise educational activities in practice.
Maciej Witkowski, prof. Assoc. member of a group of scientists from Poland
Karolina Walancik, PhD, manager of the project ED-ON: Intercultural Education in the Age of Distance Learning