The present study investigated some of the main dimensions of intercultural competencies and knowledge within the Nightingale mentoring program in Spain. By: Prietro-Flores, Ò., Feu, J., & Casademont, X. (2016). Click here to down load the article
„Evaluation des Nightingale Mentoring Projektjahres 2014/2015 mittels qualitativer Inhaltsanalyse nach Mayring“. Hanna Scherer & Samantha Ehli analysed the monthly report of the mentors of three mentoring-period to find out significant relations between different aspects of gender or studies on the quality of mentoring given to the mentees. Click here to down load Hanna S thesis. Click here to down load Samanth E. thesis.
„Evaluierung des Nightingale-Projekts anhand der grammatischen Fähigkeiten im deutschen Zweitspracherwerb“. Magdalena Clarissa Himmelbauer & AndreaTrautsamwieser shows that children with lower language skills showed significant improvements in the speech production when participating in the nightingale-mentoring-project. The grant-giving rules of the Ministry of Integration in Austria emphasises the aspects of how Nightingale – mentees benefit from the program in enhancing German language skills- which is shown here. Click here to down load the Andrea T. thesis. Click here to down load Magdalena H. thesis
This compendium is an abbreviated version of a more in depth version and a compilation of different evaluations of the Nightingale Malmö, the Nightingale Borås pilot project, Nightingale Växjö (Sweden) and Nattergalen (Nightingale) Norway. The compendium also features information from various research projects on mentoring. Download here