4. Implication parentale

4.3. Espaces réservés aux parents et implication dans les activités éducatives

Un moyen efficace d’établir un partenariat positif entre la famille et l’établissement scolaire et d’impliquer les parents est de leur permettre , dans des conditions sûres et accueillantes, de venir dans l’établissement scolaire, de partager leurs expériences, de prendre confiance et de renforcer leurs capacités de direction, de créer des réseaux sociaux et d’approfondir leur apprentissage.  Des espaces et des heures spécifiques peuvent être réservés aux parents et aux familles. Cette mesure peut inclure, par exemple, une «salle des parents» où des activités informelles peuvent être organisées à la demande des parents et/ou avec l’aide d’autres professionnels (par exemple des travailleurs sociaux) ou membres du personnel de l’établissement scolaire.  Accessible pendant les heures d’école, cette pièce peut servir à organiser des discussions sur l’école et le rôle parental, des rencontres avec des spécialistes et professionnels extérieurs, des ateliers et autres activités informelles.

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Choose Well - Help kids decide on their future

Making good choices regarding school subjects increases the chances of future success for students. This project involves parents and students in the process of making well-considered decisions about school subjects. It provides information on the Flemish education system.

Domaines: 3. Soutien aux élèves; 4. Implication parentale; 5. Implication des intervenants

Sous-domaines: 3.2. Participation des élèves à la vie de l’établissement scolaire; 3.3. Orientation professionnelle et soutien; 3.4. Programmes et parcours éducatifs; 3.9. Soutien ciblé - Migrants, Roms; 4.1. Communication et information; 4.3. Espaces réservés aux parents et implication dans les activités éducatives; 5.4. Partenariats - Organisations communautaires et société civile

Langue: EN; NL

Pays: BELGIQUE

Community-Based Lifelong Learning Centres

NESET - Network of Experts on Social Aspects of Education and Training publishes reports for policy makers and practitioners interested in promoting equity and inclusion in education and training across the European Union. This paper seeks to examine strategies for establishing community based lifelong learning centres in EU Member States. It explores evidence and research on the benefits and advantages of establishing such centres, as well as the barriers and difficulties impeding both the establishment and effectiveness of such centres. The report concludes that community based lifelong learning centres can simultaneously provide instantiations of a range of key lifelong learning objectives, such as active citizenship, social cohesion/inclusion, personal and social fulfillment, intercultural dialogue, as well as employment pathways.

Domaines: 4. Implication parentale; 5. Implication des intervenants

Sous-domaines: 4.1. Communication et information; 4.3. Espaces réservés aux parents et implication dans les activités éducatives; 4.4. Apprentissage en famille; 5.4. Partenariats - Organisations communautaires et société civile

Langue: EN

Pays: ALBANIE; ALLEMAGNE; AUTRICHE; BELGIQUE; BULGARIE; CHYPRE; CROATIE; DANEMARK; ESPAGNE; ESTONIE; FINLANDE; FRANCE; FYROM (MACEDOINE); GRECE; HONGRIE; IRLANDE; ISLANDE; ITALIE; LETTONIE; LITUANIE; LUXEMBOURG; MALTE; NORVEGE; PAYS-BAS; POLOGNE; PORTUGAL; REPUBLIQUE TCHEQUE; ROUMANIE; ROYAUME-UNI; SERBIE; SLOVAQUIE; SLOVENIE; SUEDE; TURQUIE

INCLUD-ED Book on Successful Educational Actions

This monograph analyses and describes successful educational actions with a specific focus on vulnerable groups. Concrete data that shows success in school performance is provided, as well as on children, teachers and families accounts of the impact of this success. Alongside, there is an analysis of the relationship between these children?s educational performance with their inclusion or exclusion from different areas of society. This monograph provides actions for success identified through the INCLUD-ED project, thus providing both, contrasted data and solid theoretical background and development. Some examples of these actions are interactive groups, extension of the learning time, homework clubs, tutored libraries, family and community educative participation, family education, or dialogic literary gatherings. All these actions have been defined as successful educational actions, which mean that they lead to both efficiency and equity. Finally, recommendations for policy and practice are included and discussed.

Domaines: 3. Soutien aux élèves; 4. Implication parentale

Sous-domaines: 3.9. Soutien ciblé - Migrants, Roms; 3.10. Soutien ciblé - Besoins éducatifs spécifiques et difficultés d’apprentissage; 4.2. Implication des parents dans la gouvernance des établissements scolaires; 4.3. Espaces réservés aux parents et implication dans les activités éducatives

Langue: EN

Pays: ALBANIE; ALLEMAGNE; AUTRICHE; BELGIQUE; BULGARIE; CHYPRE; CROATIE; DANEMARK; ESPAGNE; ESTONIE; FINLANDE; FRANCE; FYROM (MACEDOINE); GRECE; HONGRIE; IRLANDE; ISLANDE; ITALIE; LETTONIE; LITUANIE; LUXEMBOURG; MALTE; NORVEGE; PAYS-BAS; POLOGNE; PORTUGAL; REPUBLIQUE TCHEQUE; ROUMANIE; ROYAUME-UNI; SERBIE; SLOVAQUIE; SLOVENIE; SUEDE; TURQUIE

INCLUD-ED Interactive Groups

Interactive Groups is one of the Successful Educational Actions (SEAs) identified in the research project INCLUD-ED. INCLUD-ED analysed educational strategies that contribute to overcoming inequalities and promote social cohesion, and those generating social exclusion, particularly focusing on vulnerable and marginalised groups. Interactive Groups are used to improve the education of children and youth in different contexts. They consist of grouping students in a class into small heterogeneous groups, each of them supported by an adult. Each of these groups is organised around four or five students, in a heterogeneous way regarding ability level, gender, culture, language and ethnicity. This example provides an understanding of IG and the results of their practice.

Domaines: 2. Enseignants; 3. Soutien aux élèves; 4. Implication parentale

Sous-domaines: 2.1. Aptitudes et compétences de l’enseignant; 3.5. Apprentissage et évaluation; 3.9. Soutien ciblé - Migrants, Roms; 3.10. Soutien ciblé - Besoins éducatifs spécifiques et difficultés d’apprentissage; 4.3. Espaces réservés aux parents et implication dans les activités éducatives

Langue: EN

Pays: ALBANIE; ALLEMAGNE; AUTRICHE; BELGIQUE; BULGARIE; CHYPRE; CROATIE; DANEMARK; ESPAGNE; ESTONIE; FINLANDE; FRANCE; FYROM (MACEDOINE); GRECE; HONGRIE; IRLANDE; ISLANDE; ITALIE; LETTONIE; LITUANIE; LUXEMBOURG; MALTE; NORVEGE; PAYS-BAS; POLOGNE; PORTUGAL; REPUBLIQUE TCHEQUE; ROUMANIE; ROYAUME-UNI; SERBIE; SLOVAQUIE; SLOVENIE; SUEDE; TURQUIE

INCLUDE-ED Dialogic Literary Gatherings

Dialogic Literary Gatherings (DLG) is one of the Successful Educational Actions (SEAs) identified in the research project INCLUD-ED. DLG are used to improve education of children and youth in different contexts around the world. DLG is a dialogic reading activity based on two principles: reading a classical literature book (as Romeo and Juliet, the Odyssey, Don Quixote) and then sharing meanings, interpretations and reflections with the dialogic learning methodology. It can involve children and their family members. This example provides an understanding of DLG and the results of their practice.

Domaines: 3. Soutien aux élèves; 4. Implication parentale

Sous-domaines: 3.9. Soutien ciblé - Migrants, Roms; 3.10. Soutien ciblé - Besoins éducatifs spécifiques et difficultés d’apprentissage; 4.3. Espaces réservés aux parents et implication dans les activités éducatives; 4.4. Apprentissage en famille

Langue: EN

Pays: ALBANIE; ALLEMAGNE; AUTRICHE; BELGIQUE; BULGARIE; CHYPRE; CROATIE; DANEMARK; ESPAGNE; ESTONIE; FINLANDE; FRANCE; FYROM (MACEDOINE); GRECE; HONGRIE; IRLANDE; ISLANDE; ITALIE; LETTONIE; LITUANIE; LUXEMBOURG; MALTE; NORVEGE; PAYS-BAS; POLOGNE; PORTUGAL; REPUBLIQUE TCHEQUE; ROUMANIE; ROYAUME-UNI; SERBIE; SLOVAQUIE; SLOVENIE; SUEDE; TURQUIE

Joy of Reading

Joy of Reading is a three-year (2012-2015) national literacy programme led by the Finnish Ministry of Education and Culture and implemented by the University of Oulu Faculty of Humanities (Information Studies) and Faculty of Education.

Domaines: 3. Soutien aux élèves; 4. Implication parentale; 5. Implication des intervenants

Sous-domaines: 3.6. Apprentissage complémentaire et extrascolaire; 4.3. Espaces réservés aux parents et implication dans les activités éducatives; 5.4. Partenariats - Organisations communautaires et société civile

Langue: EN

Pays: FINLANDE

KAAP - parents language learning initiative in Antwerp

KAAP is an initiative of De Scholbrug (the 'Schoolbridge'), an NGO based in Antwerp (Belgium-Flanders) which aims to create links between schools, parents and pupils, with a special focus on socially vulnerable families. The KAAP project focuses on providing migrant parents with Dutch language lessons at their children's school.

Domaine: 4. Implication parentale

Sous-domaine: 4.3. Espaces réservés aux parents et implication dans les activités éducatives

Langue: EN

Pays: BELGIQUE

Mothers café

The involvement of parents with migrant background in school life can be done through provision of language or other courses. In Nordrhein Westfahlen in Germany it is frequent to organise international, intercultural associations of mothers of different nationalities, often in combination with teaching of German. For example, in the town of Hilden, mothers meet once a week in the premises of the elementary school, where childcare and professional facilitation is provided, allowing mothers of different origin to exchange experiences, improve German language skills, hear tips on parenting etc.

Domaines: 3. Soutien aux élèves; 4. Implication parentale

Sous-domaines: 3.9. Soutien ciblé - Migrants, Roms; 4.3. Espaces réservés aux parents et implication dans les activités éducatives

Langue: EN

Pays: ALLEMAGNE

Parental Involvement for Early School Leaving Prevention

This report seeks to inform and guide the short and medium term strategic planning of the 10 Urbact - PREVENT city municipalities and all other municipalities, local authorities and schools across Europe with regard to parental involvement in education for prevention of early school leaving. This review is based on an analysis of EU Commission and Council documents on ESL and social inclusion, a dialogue and ongoing consultation process with the 10 municipalities engaged in the Urbact - PREVENT project and it interrogates international research relevant to this area. PREVENT is funded by the EU Urbact programme.

Domaines: 4. Implication parentale; 5. Implication des intervenants

Sous-domaines: 4.1. Communication et information; 4.2. Implication des parents dans la gouvernance des établissements scolaires; 4.3. Espaces réservés aux parents et implication dans les activités éducatives; 4.4. Apprentissage en famille; 5.4. Partenariats - Organisations communautaires et société civile

Langue: EN

Pays: ALBANIE; ALLEMAGNE; AUTRICHE; BELGIQUE; BULGARIE; CHYPRE; CROATIE; DANEMARK; ESPAGNE; ESTONIE; FINLANDE; FRANCE; FYROM (MACEDOINE); GRECE; HONGRIE; IRLANDE; ISLANDE; ITALIE; LETTONIE; LITUANIE; LUXEMBOURG; MALTE; NORVEGE; PAYS-BAS; POLOGNE; PORTUGAL; REPUBLIQUE TCHEQUE; ROUMANIE; ROYAUME-UNI; SERBIE; SLOVAQUIE; SLOVENIE; SUEDE; TURQUIE

Parents' Space in schools

As in some other countries, schools in France generally provide a dedicated space for parents. This provides opportunities for parents to meet, participate in learning activities, enhance their understanding of the school and develop their relationship with school staff.

Domaine: 4. Implication parentale

Sous-domaine: 4.3. Espaces réservés aux parents et implication dans les activités éducatives

Langue: EN

Pays: FRANCE

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