Online courses in ‘Best Practice’ that are accessible and well proven in other learning environments

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Aase Højlund Nielsen
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Part One

TNAM Initiative / project description

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Online courses in ‘Best Practice’ that are accessible and well proven in other learning environments

Description

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There are many excellent examples of approaches that seem to work when dealing with young students in risk of becoming early school leavers. However, most are superficially described, others depend on competences that not every teacher or trainer possess, and in addition, some will need a formal training before they are allowed to apply new methods. Still, most of the approaches characterized as ‘best practice’ may be learned during a very short period. Here, there is a clear need for online courses that are easy accessible and well proven in other learning environments.

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Åse Højlund Nielsen

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  • Social dialogue
  • Utilization and distribution of results

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  • Individuals
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  • Best practice

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  • Education

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  • Vocational/Technical secondary
  • Second change or remedial education
  • Other sectors of adult education

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Part Two

TNAM results

1. LLP project or related resource

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    Comprehensive Program for Social and Vocational Integration of Young Workers
Hyperlink
    http://coprointegration.eu/
Comments/Description
    There are many reasons (often highly individual) why young people give up education and training prematurely: learning difficulties, social problems or lack of motivation, guidance or support.

    Europe has many young school drop out, leaving education without skills. They need to participate in knowledge society and to move into employment. They face risk of social exclusion. Further, they are effectively shut out of lifelong learning early in their lives.

    "CoPro Integration" project will be based on four main actions. These are;
    1. Development of new educational approach modules as pedagogic ‘second chance’ model,
    2. Creation of training modules for social workers, trainers and supervisory staff,
    3. Establisment of e-database through the collection of documents on EU education, training and employment strategies for vocational training policy makers,
    4. Coaching and pilot training for fifty youthens on European operational and multidisciplinary training program to promote young workers for social and labour market.

    Main aims of the project are (i) develop new educational approaches in a supportive environment at work to young people dropping out of school, (ii) develop reintegration programs include communications, new technologies, cultural education and socio-occupational training, (iii) create package of training modules for social workers, teachers, instructors and supervisory staff, (iv) create thematic network dedicated to training for young workers who work as apprentice.

    There are ten partners from five countries (BE, DE, FR, SI, TR) and all partners has experience on vocational education and trainings. International partners are vocational institute of university, local educational authority, ministry of education and vocational rehabilitation institute. Local consortium include educational authority, universities, municipality and associations.

2. LLP project or related resource

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    RE-N.E.T. – REvitalizing networks and New Emphasis in Transfer: preventing and facing ESL etc
Hyperlink
    http://www.renetproject.eu
Comments/Description
    The implementation of educational interventions was fostering actions different and integrative with respect to the scholastic and “traditional” ones (counselling, socialization, transferring of competences related to the freetime management), represented an efficacious strategy when coping with young unease, apt to support the reintegration of subjects dropped out of compulsory education and training. The best practices involved different actors and promote territorial and local networks operating in specific contexts to meet the requirements of the young mostly at risk.
    However, this interventions ran the risk of being disjointed and not valorised and disseminated as it would be necessary.
    The aim of RENET project is to valorise the networks established by subjects that share the objective of coping with school leaving, which had demonstrated to be efficient, efficacious and innovative.
    In particular, the activities realised by the “Resources Centres Network”, (linking 140 schools on 6 different Italian regions), created and implemented thanks to the School Operative National Programme 2000-2006, financed by the European Social Fund (ESF), include specific experiences and practices that should be transferred and valorised and that, instead, run the risk of remaining isolated and unknown.

3. LLP project or related resource

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    Stay@School – The School Inclusion Project Transfer of Innovation
Hyperlink
    http://projects.pixel-online.org/stayatschool/info/index.php
Comments/Description
    The Stay@School project, in order to provide an effective answer to the needs of the teachers outlined above, intended to transfer the successful experience of the School Inclusion project.
    The project aimed to improve the portal developed during the School Inclusion project in order to transfer its contents on a geographical basis, focusing on the involvement of teachers from different countries that the ones that were involved in the previous project and as far as Italy is concerned, spreading the use of the School Inclusion Portal in different regions.

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Part Three

CB4LLP Action Plan

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CB4LLP Impact analysis

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