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BAsic SKills, Entrepreneurship, Treasures of Diversity
Date du début: 1 oct. 2016, Date de fin: 31 mars 2019 PROJET  TERMINÉ 

Primary schools open to community resources, communities more active in primary education. This could be the extreme rationale of the D’BASKET project.The project aims at creating a more “structural” cooperation between schools and other education providers, and actors (such as local authorities) to leverage the potential of learning basic and transversal skills by frequent interaction and exchange between the “world” of the school and the “world” outside in the community. Such interaction will also have positive effects on guidance for future educational choices of pupils. New and effective interdisciplinary educational methods developed in other external experiences will be adapted to the development stage of younger pupils (10-14 years old). D’BASKET addresses the need for a more diverse and inclusive education, underachievement in the basic skills through more effective, innovative teaching methods and the upskilling of teaching professions. We have identified the project’s general objective as: To promote and share - through of good and innovative practice and joint development - interdisciplinary educational methods and paths that foster basic and transversal skills through entrepreneurial attitudes and the appraisal of social, linguistic and cultural diversity, in order to improve teachers’ competences to work with diversified learners and address low achievement and exclusion from an early stage of education.We do this by bringing together for the first time three schools of the primary/lower secondary cycle, NGOs and local authorities from Italy Slovenia and Croatia.The partnership is made up of three primary schools the IC Romolo Onor in San Donà (VE-Italy), the primary school Veli of Pola (HR), and the primary school Antona Ukmarja of Koper (SLO), 3 local NGO Associazione 2050, KIP PiNa and the Foundation for Partnership and Civil Society Development, which have a good experience of cultural and educational activities and whose staff is very experienced in transnational projects. Finally, the EU network Tandem Plus, based in France, but active in 9 EU countries, which leads several EU projects and that will bring expertise from its members, especially with regard to guidance and skills assessment of youth.Three different and integrated pathways will be developed 1. basic skills in interpersonal and intercultural skills for educators and pupils for inclusion, 2. media literacy and creativity; 3. entrepreneurial skills. We can summarize the methodological approach of the project into four main phases:Phase 1: D’BASKET KNOWLEDGE TOOLKIT (month 1 to 6). This is the preparatory phase, which consists of the analysis and adaptation of existing pedagogical methods (formal, non-formal and based on successful practice in Europe).Phase 2: DEVELOPMENT OF THE D’BASKET ACTIVITIES AND PATHWAYS (month 4- 12) The deliverables, described in output 2-3-4, are concrete sets of methodological and pedagogical material and include the learning outcomes, the link to statutory subjects for the development of basic skills, as well as tools to be used, such as training exercises, multimedia material and expert experiences and tips. The material will be embedded in the main entry point of the D’BASKET experience, the multilingual Resource Centre, which will provide orientation and guidance. Each tool, exercise, activity will be presented and validated during the joint staff training sessions. Phase 3: TESTING AND EVALUATION OF THE PATHWAYS (month 12 to 26). This phase consists of the development of the OER Resource Centre and the test of the 3 D’BASKET pathways in each country (each school will test tools and pathways in a flexible way, according to their compatibility with curricular activities), and will participate with pupils in three short-term pupils’ mobility to carry out some specific activities with groups of pupils coming from the three schools to test and appraise the EU added value of the pathways. Phase 4: DISSEMINATING AND STREAMLINING THE RESULTSThe final phase responds to the capitalization and dissemination of the project’s results: the creation of ad hoc plans and agreements to streamline the results of the D’BASKET pathways into school curricula and education policy of municipalities in the concerned areas, which will be formalized during the final event, with the aim of producing a longer-term commitment and impact. The presentation of the project outputs, the online Resource Centre will be done at local, national and EU stakeholders through the dissemination events and in general through the communication strategy put in place.The most important results and expected impact during and after the project’s life cycle include: 7 main outputs; 3 local events and one final transnational event; 2 short-term joint staff and 3- short terms exchange of pupils; 5 transnational project meetings.



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