12 Habits for Success
Name: 12 Habits for Success
The main idea of the project is to create an unique and innovative educational tool to support teachers in their daily work and students to be engaged in their achievments, development and success.
The overall goal of the project is to enhance capacities of teachers to improve student’s motivation, habits needs and gain a better understanding of their strenghts and for both actors the continuation of their personal and professional development either in education or in personal life.
The target group of the project are students of 6-10; 10-14; 14-16; 16-19 years old.
The project perspective is to support the work of teachers and other educational experts in the partnership countries and also across Europe.
The other vision is to provide the students with appropriate conditions to achieve sustainable learning outcomes, which will lead to their successful transition to upper academic levels and in long terms perspective to better personal and professional development.
• 12 Habits for success Methodology – guide for teachers and trainers;
• Students activity book – include theoretical and practical parts;
Programme: ERASMUS+; KA2-Cooperation for innovation and the exchange of good practices; KA201-Strategic partnerships for school education
Duration: 01.10.2019 – 30.11.2021
Know and Can Association – Bulgaria
119 Secondary School “Academician Mihail Arnaudov” – Bulgaria
European School of Brussels IV (Laeken) – Belgium
Scoala Primara Carol I – Romania
MAKE IT PEDAGOGICAL – Portugal
IS “Duca Abruzzi – Libero Grassi” – Italy
Escola Basica Goncalo Mendes da Maia – Portugal
Agrupamento de Escolas Sophia de Mello Breyner – Portugal
Dropping out of school is a real social issue. More than 1 out of 10 young people in EU are school dropouts. Indeed, unemployment amongst young dropouts exceeds 40%. The EU has made the fight against dropping out one of its priorities and aims at reducing the drop-out rate to less than 10% by 2020.
This is what DROP’IN proposes: Formal and non-formal education must meet in order to fight against ESL and to motivate the pupils: creating an innovation by exploiting these two complementary environments. We mean by these motivating youngsters who dropped out, so they can go back to school and become again actor in their learning process.
In practical terms, this includes the introduction of non-formal methods in schools thanks to a partnership between associations, municipalities, universities, parents and schools where teachers and non-formal education experts lead innovation together and collaborate at each step of the project.
The transnational dimension of the project is essential: early school leaving is a reality in the partner countries where policies and experimentations are being implemented in order to reduce the ESL rate. The partnership allows an experimentation in various contexts to provide a suitable solution to European realities (rural environment, urban environment, migrant students...)
- To struggle against schools ‘dropping-out;
- To fight against unemployment due to this issue;
- To motivate youngsters to become actors in the society and to give them self-confidence;
- To create a strong relationship between teachers and pupils in order to motivate them and create a feeling of confidence.
- To collect non-formal education techniques that can be used in schools;
- To transfer knowledge and know-how from experts to teachers;
- To strengthen the capacity of teachers to integrate non-formal activities into their professional environment.
- To create a partnership between associations, municipalities, universities, parents and schools. The goal is to create the ability of bringing together and involving the educational community;
- To make an inventory of the training needs for teachers;
- To give the possibility to the teachers to participate in a training using only non-formal education methods;
Programme:ERASMUS+; KA2-Cooperation for innovation and the exchange of good practices; Strategic Partnerships for School Education
Period: 01.9.2018 – 28.02.2021
Know and Can Association,Bulgaria;
CSC DANILO DOLCI, Italy;
IS "DUCA ABRUZZI - LIBERO GRASSI"; Italy;
GULBENES NOVADA DOME, Latvia,
UNIVERSITY COLLEGE LEUVEN, Belgium;
119 SECONDARY SCHOOL “ACADEMICIAN MIHAIL
COLLEGE ROSA PARKS, France
Name: PROmoting Social entrePreneurship in higher Education for a prospeRous society
PROSPER aspires to offer a transdisciplinary educational Programme based on the gamified blended learning course “Tackling real-world challenges through Social Entrepreneurship” and the teachers’ PROSPER educational toolkit that would be facilitated and complemented by the PROSPER platform for Social Entrepreneurship Education. PROSPER educational programme will be supported by the following educational approaches:
• Game-based learning: building upon the strong potential of gamification approaches to create value and impact on people’s behavior, PROSPER aspires to bring students from any discipline closer to their communities and empower them to create their own sustainable solutions• Service-learning: drawing upon the several studies that identify service-learning as a suitable approach to teach Social Entrepreneurship, our project aims to utilize service-learning to offer actual and real-world learning experiences facilitated by short-term placements in social enterprises.
- Gamified blended learning course on “Tackling real-world challenges through Social Entrepreneurship”
- Teachers training toolkit for supporting the implementation of the gamified blended learning course on “Tackling real-world challenges through Social Entrepreneurship”- PROSPER social entrepreneurship online platform
Programme:Erasmus+, KA2 - Cooperation for innovation and the exchange of good practices, KA203 - Strategic Partnerships for higher education
Duration:01/12/2020 - 31/05/2023
Partners: UNIWERSYTET SLASKI, Poland, STIMMULI FOR SOCIAL CHANGE, Greece, UNIVERSITY OF MACEDONIA, Greece, WORLD UNIVERSITY SERVICE-OSTERREICHISCHES KOMITEE VEREIN, Austria, KNOW AND CAN ASSOCIATION, Bulgaria, SVEUCILISTE U ZAGREBU, Croatia
Name: UP2B - Boosting Up School Education towards European Citizenship and Labour Market Inclusion
Early school leaving (ESL) is a multi-faced and complex problem caused by mixture of personal, social, economic, education or family-related reasons. Schools play an important role in addressing ESL but they cannot and should not work in isolation. There is a need to adopt a more flexible approach and to combine the forces of various stakeholders in the process of reducing ESL at EU level – students, parents, teachers and pedagogical staff, business sector and labour market operators, policy makers and non-formal education institutions.
UP2B objectives are:
-To enhance school attractiveness, diminishing rates of demotivation and absence and rates of ESL
-To facilitate the relationship and the transition between school and the labour market
-To increase students’ sense of citizenship by generating awareness about the labour market
-To increase the sense of European Citizenship and its core values of equity, namely concerning Gender, Minorities and Human Rights, as fundamental Educational aspects
• Students 12-16 y.o.
• Teachers, trainers, pedagogical staff
• School communities (managers, administrative staff; educational councellors; parents)
• Operators on the labour market
• An online platform of pedagogical resources to be fed and used by teachers
• A Manual that will highlight the relationship between multiple school subjects and a set of professions
• A Compendium with pedagogical tools related to the Citizenship and the Labour Market – short, practical and attractive activities aiming to increase the motivation and participation of the students
• An Online Compendium - ready-made digital activities to boost up the classroom environment
Programme: Erasmus+, KA2, Cooperation for Innovation and Exchange of Good Practices, Strategic Partnerships for School Education
Duration: 31.12.2019 - 29.6.2022
APLOAD Lda – Portugal;
Universidade do Porto – Portugal;
Terras Dentro – Portugal;
Know and Can Association – Bulgaria;
University of Çukurova – Turkey;
Çukurova Kaymakamligi – Turkey;
BrainLog – Denmark;
Rigas Pardaugavas Pamatskola – Latvia;
CETEM – Spain