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Self Awareness, evaluation and motiVation system Enhancing learning and Integration to prevent and contrast ESL and NEET
Date du début: 1 sept. 2014, Date de fin: 31 oct. 2016 PROJET  TERMINÉ 

The national and EU reports highlight a dramatic situation of youth unemployment rate, linked to the actual wide economical and financial crisis. This scenario calls for a definition of emergency socio economical supporting interventions, of effective industrial and economics reforms and actions and, last but not least, of a radical intervention to the educational system aimed at support a better and sustainable fine tuning with the job market need (as recalled in the main EU recommendations, flagship initiative, programs). The new EU programmatic frame is strongly focuses on the youth empowerment, involvement and integration, across educational levels, countries, age. The fulfilment of a competitive and inclusive society requires for jointly efforts into the economical and job system and the educational one; this is especially true for those particularly disadvantages segments of society. The NEET phenomenon is in fact increasing, both at a quantitative and qualitative dimensions, in terms of enlargement and diversification of age segments, social groups and risks factors. Early school and iVET dropout is increasing and diversifying as well, due to the same social, economical and educational factors underlying the unemployment and NEET trends. Due to the complexity and the diversification of the ESL and iVET drop out trends across countries and educational fields and levels calls for a need of sharing, transferring and building models, resources and competences consolidated by diverse actors operating in diverse educational systems with refer to both pupils “attraction” and “retention”. One of the main learning dimension driving the contrast of the drop-out behaviours (both in ESL and iVET) is considered to be the student awareness, motivation and engagement as well as the trainers (and educational system) competences in designing effective, personalised and engaging learning and job orieenting processes. The project SAVE (Self Awareness, evaluation and Motivation system Enhancing learning and Integration to prevent and contrast ESL and NEET) addresses the main drivers of the described scenarios. It aims, particularly, at improving the attainment of young people, particularly those at risk of early school leaving (including the ones with low basic skills). The strong focus on the individual self awareness and motivation is expected to also impact on the improvement of their social inclusion and well-being. More specifically, the project is aimed at design, realise and validate an innovative system, contemporaneously addressing:  students engagement and motivation, by implementing effective self-awareness and evaluation tools and inclusive Learning 2.0 solutions;  trainers guidance and learning role empowerment, by defining new pedagogical models based on: self-evaluation; learning personalizations (and digital portfolio); technology enhanced environments, supporting both student learning processes and trainers knowledge sharing;  school and iVET responsiveness by implementing stronger dynamic link between education and job market and leveraging on the competencies' recognition within the digital portfolio frame This will be done by:  carrying on a transnational need analysis & research activities, aimed at comparing and analysing models, practices and experiences; - transferring and enriching experiences, practices and learning resources related to self evaluation/awareness and digital portfolio developed within previous successful projects carried on by APRICOT, NAVREME and SANVIATOR; - integrating these tools with immersive and experiential and social software tools aimed at improve students engagement and personal/social development; - integrating the self awareness and evaluation tools (and feedbacks) within personalized and effective orienting and learning programs (including internships and school-job alternance); - realizing trainers mobility among the national validation centres as well as within the partners countries to support both the validation of the system, the trainers training and experiences sharing as well as the project results and resources valorisation (in terms of impact on the single national VET system and build the baseline of a future joint training, orienting and mobility programs); - validating the system within 5 national centres (involving CIOFS FP centres and the associated partner MAJORANA schools network) and at the partners countries level (one pilot per each country: ES; UK; CZ); - further valorise and transfer the models, experiences and project resources throughout the national and EU system by constantly involve the main stakeholders. The project will last 24 months and will be carried on by a transnational consortium: expressing the (complementary) main competences and resources required to fulfil project goals; representing the direct and indirect main targets; with a consolidated experiences in complex projects.



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