The project is based on prior literature, knowledge, experience, relevant research, and official reports on Education, Psychology, and Linguistics. It employs a mixed models design using multiple ways that form a diversity of perspectives within the context of implementation research. The analyses and interpretation are continual and influence stages in the research and intervention process. The project consortium plans to implement a series of overlapping triangulation checks incorporating research and analysis of the state of the art methodology for self and project assessment, through coordination and research meetings by monitoring, analysing, evaluating, and modifying the management of the implementation regarding its functional steps and refinement of the intellectual outputs and the overall evaluation of the project.
By applying this model, which also incorporates the methodology of action research that builds up a bottom-up participatory construction of the emerged educational needs and proposals regarding social inclusion, interpersonal and intergroup understanding, especially focusing on the involvement of families in the learning process, the project’s mixed models methodology specifically aims to address the questions regarding social inclusion and multiple identities that the project explores and implement innovative ways for supporting the participatory action of story-telling and collecting memories from the part of the students.