Tacaíocht d'fhoghlaimeoirí

Foghlaim bhreisithe agus sheach-churaclaim

Extra-curricular and out-of-school educational activities may either have a strong academic component or a more informal learning and development approach. These activities, when compatible and coherent with educational aims, may provide additional opportunities for young people to 'shine' and can increase motivation and a sense of belonging with the school that they might not otherwise have. Extra-curricular and out-of-school educational activities should be designed to complement curriculum delivery and to maximise learner participation and social inclusion. They may be developed in cooperation with parents, local organisations, services and NGOs and with the involvement of volunteers from the community.

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Acmhainní ( Cuardaigh na hacmhainní ar fad )

Tabhair faoi deara, le do thoil, go bhfuil an t-ábhar ar na leathanaigh acmhainní ar fáil i mBéarla amháin faoi láthair.

Arany Janos Programmes

The aim of Arany János programmes in Hungary is to help disadvantaged students in their secondary education, ensuring that they get a school leaving certification at the end of their education and can go to university or find a place in the labour market.

Réimse: Tacaíocht d'fhoghlaimeoirí

Fo-réimse: Foghlaim bhreisithe agus sheach-churaclaim

Teanga: BG; CZ; DA; DE; EL; EN; ES; ET; FI; FR; HR; HU; IT; LT; LV; MT; NL; PL; PT; RO; SK; SL; SV

Tír: AN UNGÁIR

INCLUD-ED Family Education

Family Education is one of the Successful Educational Actions (SEAs) identified in the research project INCLUD-ED. It supports the promotion of cultural and educational interactions between students and social agents, and more particularly with family members and enhance students' achievement.

Réimsí: Tacaíocht d'fhoghlaimeoirí; Rannpháirtíocht tuismitheoirí; Rannpháirtíocht páirtithe leasmhara

Fo-réimsí: Foghlaim bhreisithe agus sheach-churaclaim; Foghlaim teaghlaigh; Comhpháirtíochtaí: Eagraíochtaí pobail agus sochaí shibhialta

Teanga: BG; CZ; DA; DE; EL; EN; ES; ET; FI; FR; HR; HU; IT; LT; LV; MT; NL; PL; PT; RO; SK; SL; SV

Tír: AN ALBÁIN; AN BHEILG; AN BHULGÁIR; AN CHIPIR; AN CHRÓIT; AN DANMHAIRG; AN EASTÓIN; AN FHIONLAINN; AN FHRAINC; AN GHEARMÁIN; AN GHRÉIG; AN IODÁIL; AN IORUA; AN LAITVIA; AN LIOTUÁIN; AN OSTAIR; AN PHOLAINN; AN PHORTAINGÉIL; AN RÍOCHT AONTAITHE; AN RÓMÁIN; AN SPÁINN; AN tSLÓIVÉIN; AN tSLÓVAIC; AN tSUALAINN; AN TUIRC; AN UNGÁIR; AN ÍOSLAINN; AN ÍSILTÍR; an tSeirbia; LUCSAMBURG; MÁLTA; North Macedonia; POBLACHT NA SEICE; ÉIRE

School innovation in Europe: Fostering equal chances for children from different social backgrounds by making learning more active at the Béla IV Primary School in Hejőkeresztúr

The ‘Complex Instruction Programme’ (CIP) provides equal chances for children from different social backgrounds. The method seeks to change children roles and responsibilities in active learning. CIP is based on four principles: (1) education involves a varied level of non-routine, open-end tasks to mobilise students of different abilities; (2) responsibility is shared, learners are responsible for their personal work while the group is responsible for individual achievements; (3) work is evaluated against set norms and roles; (4) hierarchy within the group - the status of the students is mobile. In addition, the school uses other innovative practices, such as a reading programme for the elementary grades where students regularly read aloud to each other in pairs, and then exchange their thoughts, and the ‘learning between generations’ programme where children draw their family trees and label each member with a special skill they have.

Réimsí: Rialachas scoile; Múinteoirí; Tacaíocht d'fhoghlaimeoirí; Rannpháirtíocht tuismitheoirí

Fo-réimsí: Cultúr agus timpeallacht scoile; Scileanna agus inniúlachtaí múinteoirí; Múinteoirí agus a gcaidreamh le daltaí agus le tuismitheoirí; Folláine múinteoirí; Rannpháirtíocht na bhfoghlaimeoirí i saol na scoile; Curaclam agus conairí foghlama; Foghlaim bhreisithe agus sheach-churaclaim

Teanga: EN

Tír: AN UNGÁIR

Study Halls for Roma Learners

Study halls (Tanoda) were established with support of EU funds in Hungary in the 1990's, with the objective to provide support to disadvantaged and Roma students. Study halls offer a comprehensive range of services to support young people, with learning at the centre. The study halls provide learning support, rich extra-curricular programmes and extra support in other areas if needed. In the study hall pupils receive help with their homework, class work and develop their learning skills and sense of community.

Réimsí: Tacaíocht d'fhoghlaimeoirí; Rannpháirtíocht páirtithe leasmhara

Fo-réimsí: Foghlaim bhreisithe agus sheach-churaclaim; 3.9. Dídeanaithe, imircigh agus na Romaigh; Comhpháirtíochtaí: Eagraíochtaí pobail agus sochaí shibhialta

Teanga: BG; CZ; DA; DE; EL; EN; ES; ET; FI; FR; HR; HU; IT; LT; LV; MT; NL; PL; PT; RO; SK; SL; SV

Tír: AN UNGÁIR

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