The project proposal is based on the Communication from the Commission to the European Parliament, the Council, the European Economic and Social Committee and the Committee of the Regions “Tackling Early School Leaving: A key contribution to the Europe 2020 Agenda”. The recent public health and social crisis caused by the COVID-19 has had a huge impact worldwide, also in the field of education. This produced many challenges, although these challenges differ according to the social context.

 
The project aims to develop and disseminate a pedagogical method, based on the theoretical foundation of “Digital Teaching Materials”, with the objective of preventing and/or tackling the phenomenon of early school leaving with a special focus on SEN, using ICT as a key element for innovation and change in education.
 
Two are the central elements of this project:
– “Life skills“, understood as skills to be strengthened in order to improve the relationship with oneself and therefore also with learning and with the school.
Technology as a factor that enables cooperative learning, even at a distance, and as a factor that reduces distances between students with and without special needs. Both elements favour the improvement of school performance and the permanence of children  with and without SEN in school.

 

Partnership

Foro de Formación y Ediciones
(Spain)
Artes SRL
(Italy)
Giunti Psychometrics SRL
(Italy)
TUCEP – Tiber Umbria Comett Education Programme
(Italy)
Profesionalna gimnazia po agrarni tehnologii “Tzanko Tzerkovski”
(Bulgaria)
AEVA – Associacao para a educacao e valorizacao da regiao de Aveiro
(Portugal)
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Evropska rozvojova agentura, s.r.o.
(Czech Republic)
CSI: Center for Social Innovation LTD
(Cyprus)
Uniwersytet Lodzki
(Poland)

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