Þátttaka foreldra

Samskipti og upplýsingar

Research has shown that the benefits of parental involvement depend largely on its quality. Schools have an important role to play in developing and maintaining communication and information flows with parents. Most European countries have legal provisions in place to ensure the right of parents to be informed about their children's schooling. However, this may not be very effective for parents and families that are most distant from the school culture. In addition to formal arrangements for communication, a set of complementary measures are needed, to reach different groups of parents, including those with different parenting styles and levels of 'distance' from the school.

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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.

Svæði: Þátttaka foreldra; Þátttaka hagsmunaaðila

Undirsvið: Samskipti og upplýsingar; Svæði fyrir foreldra og þátttaka í fræðslustarfi; Fjölskyldunám; Samstarf: Samfélagsstofnanir og borgaraleg samfélög

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

Land: Albanía; Austurríki; Belgía; Bretland; Búlgaría; Danmörk; Eistland; Finnland; Frakkland; Grikkland; Holland; Króatía; Kýpur; Lettland; Litháen; Lúxemborg; Malta; Noregur; Norður-Makedónía; Portúgal; Pólland; Rúmenía; Serbía; Slóvakía; Slóvenía; Spánn; Svíþjóð; Tyrkland; Tékkland; Ungverjaland; Írland; Ísland; Ítalía; Þýskaland

Guide for Roma School Mediators

The 'Guide for Roma school mediators/assistants', prepared by the Council of Europe, is aimed primarily at all categories of staff from the Roma community working to improve schooling conditions for Roma children. It is intended to provide staff with wide ranging tools and practical guidelines that can be adapted to different contexts. The guide considers the profiles of school mediators and assistants and their role in facilitating relations between the school and the Roma community(ies), between teachers and other school staff and parents of Roma children. The guides content is therefore designed to help improve the work of Roma school mediators and assistants and reduce the impact of any undesirable effects by providing structured day-to-day activity and highlighting aspects of mediation that are often not used in practice.

Svæði: Stuðningur við nemendur; Þátttaka foreldra

Undirsvið: 3.9. Flóttafólk, farandfólk og Rómafólk; Samskipti og upplýsingar

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

Land: Albanía; Austurríki; Belgía; Bretland; Búlgaría; Danmörk; Eistland; Finnland; Frakkland; Grikkland; Holland; Króatía; Kýpur; Lettland; Litháen; Lúxemborg; Malta; Noregur; Norður-Makedónía; Portúgal; Pólland; Rúmenía; Serbía; Slóvakía; Slóvenía; Spánn; Svíþjóð; Tyrkland; Tékkland; Ungverjaland; Írland; Ísland; Ítalía; Þýskaland

Guide for working with Roma families

The 'Guide for working with Roma Families towards achieving the success of their children at school', developed in the context of the Lifelong Learning Programme project "Roma Families Get Involved", is available in English as well as in the languages of the countries taking part in the project (Bulgaria, Hungary, Romania and Spain). The Guide aims to provide guidance for professionals working on the ground to involve Roma families in the educational processes of their children. It presents a methodological tool for the intervention with Roma families in the school setting and proposes actions to overcome common obstacles, examples of good practices, warnings and things to avoid. It also explores the profile and competences for professionals working in the field.

Svæði: Stuðningur við nemendur; Þátttaka foreldra

Undirsvið: 3.9. Flóttafólk, farandfólk og Rómafólk; Samskipti og upplýsingar

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

Land: Búlgaría; Rúmenía; Spánn; Ungverjaland

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.

Svæði: Þátttaka foreldra; Þátttaka hagsmunaaðila

Undirsvið: Samskipti og upplýsingar; Þátttaka foreldra í skólastjórnun; Svæði fyrir foreldra og þátttaka í fræðslustarfi; Fjölskyldunám; Samstarf: Samfélagsstofnanir og borgaraleg samfélög

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

Land: Albanía; Austurríki; Belgía; Bretland; Búlgaría; Danmörk; Eistland; Finnland; Frakkland; Grikkland; Holland; Króatía; Kýpur; Lettland; Litháen; Lúxemborg; Malta; Noregur; Norður-Makedónía; Portúgal; Pólland; Rúmenía; Serbía; Slóvakía; Slóvenía; Spánn; Svíþjóð; Tyrkland; Tékkland; Ungverjaland; Írland; Ísland; Ítalía; Þýskaland

School innovation in Europe: non-formal education and student engagement to support better achievement and social competences at the Ion Luca Caragiale School in Tulcea

At the end of the 1990s, the first attempts to innovate at school level started with some primary classes being organised based on the ‘Step by step’ alternative pedagogy system. This meant that there were two teachers per class and that the learning process was organised around teams of students, rather than based on an individual learning. The change happened in response to requests from parents, and the school continues to offer both regular and ‘Step by step’ classes at primary level, with all students attending regular classes during lower secondary education (from 5th to 8th grade).

The ‘Different school’ (‘Şcoala altfel’) programme, introduced in 2011, offers an entire week of the school year dedicated to non-formal education. Partnerships with NGOs and the local community have also led to the implementation of several projects involving students in all stages, including planning and evaluation stages.

Svæði: Skólastjórnun; Kennarar; Stuðningur við nemendur; Þátttaka foreldra; Þátttaka hagsmunaaðila

Undirsvið: Skólamenning og -andi; Skólaskipulag og -eftirlit; Skólarekstur; Kunnátta og starfshæfni kennara; Kennarar og samband þeirra við nemendur og foreldra; Velferð nemenda; Þátttaka nemanda í skólalífi; Samskipti og upplýsingar; Þátttaka foreldra í skólastjórnun; Svæði fyrir foreldra og þátttaka í fræðslustarfi; Fjölskyldunám

Tungumál: EN

Land: Rúmenía

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