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30 September 2013

Testimonials of participants

Teachers, headmasters, policy makers, students and parents were asked to assess the Stay@School project. The testimonials are available on the project website.

15 September 2013

Partners Final Meeting

The fourth partners’ meeting took place in Florence (IT) on 9 September 2013. The meeting had the objectives to: check the activities carried out since the third meeting of the project and to present, share and assess the final project results.

25 August 2013

Final Project Conference

On 10 September 2013 the project final conference will take place in Prato (Italy). During the conference the project participants will present the educational products produces in order to prevent and tackle the issue of early school leaving.

20 July 2013

Educational Products for Students

The participating teachers created educational products addressed to students in order to raise awareness on the issue of early school leaving. The products have been developed by at national level by cluster of teachers who attended the online course hosted on the School Inclusion Portal.

20 June 2013

Educational Products for Teachers

The participating teachers created educational products addressed to teachers in order to help them identify and prevent those behaviours and situations that may lead to early school leaving. The products have been developed by at national level by cluster of teachers who attended the online course hosted on the School Inclusion Portal.

01 April 2013

Virtual meeting on Module 5 “External Support and Cooperation”

Teachers involved in the project from the four partners countries participate in a transnational discussion on the experimentation of the online training course hosted on the School Inclusion Portal. On 25 March 2013 a virtual meeting was held in order to present and discuss the results of the delivery Module 5 “External Support and Cooperation”.

4 march 2013

Delivery of module 5 “External support and cooperation”

During the month of March 2013 the partners train the teachers involve in the project on Module 5 External support and cooperation. The module examines external resources and supports for teachers and students to help them in the prevention of early school leaving.

15 February 2013

Delivery of module 4 “Evaluation and prevention of early school leaving”

During the month of February 2013 the partners train the teachers involve in the project on Module 4 Evaluation and prevention of early school leaving. The module focuses on Evaluation which is a dynamic feature of any educational process. In the case of the early school leaving prevention, evaluation is strongly related to the pupils' needs assessment before their engagement in a learning activity in order to identify in time their learning difficulties.

21 January 2013

Virtual meeting on Module 3 “Teaching Methodologies”

Teachers involved in the project from the four partners countries participate in a transnational discussion on the experimentation of the online training course hosted on the School Inclusion Portal. On 21 January 2013 a virtual meeting was held in order to present and discuss the results of the delivery Module 3 “Teaching Methodologies”.

10 December 2012

Delivery of module 3 “Teaching Methodologies”

During the month of December 2012 and January 2013 the partners train the teachers involve in the project on Module 3 Teaching Methodologies. The module focuses on effective teaching strategies that foster the active involvement of all students in productive educational pathways. The strategies proposed include active teaching and learning, cooperative learning, peer education and the effective application of creativity to education.

15 November 2012

Stay@School at the Future of Education Conference

The Stay@School projet will be presented at the third edition of the “Future of Education” international conference, held in Florence, Italy, on 13 - 14 June 2013. Over 250 participants from all over the world will attend the conference. The conference participants belong to the sectors of higher education, school education, vocational education and training as well as adult education, therefore representing all of the target groups of the Stay@School project.

5 November 2012

National workshop on module 2 “Communication”

During the month of November 2012 the partners train the teachers involve in the project on Module 2 Communication. The module provides practical proposals on how to facilitate communication with difficult students. This module identifies the best ways to prevent communication difficulties which may lead to a student dropping out from school.

2 November 2012

Involvement as Associated Partners in the project

A number of associated partners officially joined the project in order to contribute to the improvement of the project impact on their target groups and to ensure the project sustainability by continuing using the project deliverables in the next years. They include no profit associations, NGOs, training institutions, universities, public authorities, etc. The information about all associated partners is available on the project portal under the Associated Partners section.

1 October 2012

National workshop on module 1 Identification of Students at Risk

The partners started the delivery of the training course hosted on the School Inclusion Portal. For each module 2 face to face workshops and a virtual meeting will be organised. The virtual meeting involves in the same moment all partners and a representative of the teachers per each country involved.

15 September 2012

2nd partners meeting successfully held in Venice

On 13 and 14 September 2012 the second project meeting was held in Venice, Italy. All partners reported the involvement of school teachers in the project and illustrated the situation on early school leaving at national level. The meeting gave also the opportunity to plan the delivery of training for the teachers involved.

15 July 2012

Links to the School Inclusion Portal

Several educational web sites promoted the Stay@School project and School Inclusion Portal through a dedicated link. The complete list of web sites promoting the School Inclusion Portal is available in the section dedicate links of the project web site.

15 June 2012

Reviews of training initiatives for teachers

A new section has been added to the School Inclusion Portal. From this section it is possible to access to a collection of reviews of training initiatives for teachers on the prevention of the issue of early school leaving. The reviews are organized in the searchable database.

30 May 2012

Teachers’ experiences on the prevention of early school leaving

The teachers’ involved in the Stay@School project contributed to the improvement of the School Inclusion Portal with their experiences in the prevention of early school leaving. Each partner interviewed the teachers and upload the experience in the Teachers Experiences section of the Scholl Inclusion Portal. The experience will be used as training material by all the other teachers of the partnership.

30 April 2012

New Selection of Publications on Early School Leaving now Available

The partners produced several new reviews of publications available at national level in the European countries involved, on the topics related to the early school leaving. The publications include: researches, reports, legislative documents, books, etc.. The reviews of the selected publications are organized in a searchable database available in the "Publication" section of the portal.

15 April 2012

Creation of the Network of School Teachers

The network of secondary vocational school teachers interested in the prevention of the early school leaving has been created. Almost 200 teachers from four countries (Belgium, Italy, Romania and Spain) have officially formalized their interest in the participation in the Stay@School project with the aim to share their experiences and benefit form the training and informative resources available on the School Inclusion Portal.

30 March 2012

Translation of the training course in French, Spanish and Romanian

Inforef, CECE and EuroEd translated the former School Inclusion training course respectively in French, Spanish and Romanian. On 30 March 2012 the course contents in different national languages were uploaded on the project portal.

28 February 2012

Italian Course contents uploaded on the project website

The School Inclusion portal is now available also in the Italian version. The Italian teachers involved in the Stay@School project will have the possibility to be trained in their own language.

31 January 2012

Schools involved in the Stay@School project

According to the project’s aims, each partner involved in the Stay @ School project 5 schools and a total of 20 teachers. Information concerning the schools involved in the project has been uploaded on the project’s website

15/16 December 2011

Stay@School kick-off meeting successfully held in Florence

The Stay@School project kick-off meeting took place in Florence on 15th and 16th of December 2011. Giuseppe Italiano, as project promoter, and Elisabetta Delle Donne, as project coordinator, presented to the other partners the project and the activities to be carried out. The meeting was also an opportunity for the partners to get to know each other and to discuss all details related to the project's activities. At the end of the meeting all the partners had a clear view of the future project's implementation.

8 December 2011

Informations about the Stay@School project uploaded on Pixel’s website

Pixel’s website was updated with all the information about the Stay@School project. The website includes a brief description of the project in English and Italian, a link to the project’s website and to the School Inclusion’s portal. All the visitors of Pixel’s web site are now provided with the information about the Stay@School project.

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