5. Participação das partes interessadas

5.3. Parcerias: empregadores e empresas

A sensibilização e a compreensão do mundo do trabalho fazem parte da educação e a melhor forma de as alcançar é por meio de parcerias entre empresas e escolas. Estas parcerias produzem benefícios significativos para todos os envolvidos, mas beneficiam sobretudo os jovens em termos de sensibilização e experiência do mundo do trabalho, compreensão das exigências de um emprego e das expectativas do empregador, bem como a pertinência da educação para as necessidades do empregador.

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JOPO - Flexible Basic Education

Finland has been developing innovative teaching methods and procedures to cater for individual needs through the use of activity based learning, small group teaching, on-the-job learning and different learning environments to reduce dropout.

Áreas: 2. Professores; 3. Apoio aos alunos; 5. Participação das partes interessadas

Subáreas: 2.1. Aptidões e competências dos professores; 2.3. Formação inicial de professores e desenvolvimento profissional contínuo de professores; 3.4. Programas curriculares e percursos educativos; 3.6. Aprendizagem alargada e extracurricular; 3.10. Apoio seletivo: necessidades educativas especiais e dificuldades de aprendizagem; 5.1. Equipas multidisciplinares; 5.3. Parcerias: empregadores e empresas; 5.4. Parcerias: organizações comunitárias e sociedade civil

Língua: EN

País: Finlândia

My education, my job, my future

My education, my job, my future is a project that aims to prevent early school leaving and to encourage and inspire students to continue school.

In this project, students had the opportunity to learn about various jobs that exist today in their country and in Europe, as well as to learn about future jobs. Various workshops had been organised to help them discover their skills and to help them to choose the right path for their future career. Students learned the basic steps of how to start up their own business. Through this project students were encouraged to develop their 21st century skills such as communication, collaboration, critical thinking & creativity and understood how important education is for their future career as well as for their development and personal life.

Áreas: 1. Governação escolar; 3. Apoio aos alunos; 5. Participação das partes interessadas

Subáreas: 1.1. Cultura e clima escolar; 1.2. Planeamento e monitorização escolar; 1.3. Direção escolar; 3.1. Bem estar dos alunos; 3.3. Orientação profissional e apoio; 3.4. Programas curriculares e percursos educativos; 5.3. Parcerias: empregadores e empresas; 5.4. Parcerias: organizações comunitárias e sociedade civil

Língua: EN

País: Chipre

Talk of the Town (ToTT)

The ‘Talk of the Town’ (ToTT) intervention was developed by The Communication Trust and ICAN – two UK-based speech, language and communication NGOs. ToTT was piloted across a small federation of schools (secondary and primary) in Manchester in an area of social deprivation in 2011- 2012 to address developmental delays in children’s speech language and communication (SLC). It is an integrated, community-led and systematic approach to supporting SLC in children and young people. The importance of detection and support of learners with learning difficulties before the problem is translated into school absenteeism is essential. Research has pointed to the need to identify at-risk learners and rapidly intervene at the appropriate level, in this case a targeted approach being the most applicable. ToTT follows a systematic process to embed strategies and achieve measurable positive outcomes. It was piloted with four key aims: 1. Early identification of children and young people with SLC needs 2. Joint working between parents and practitioners across health and education 3. Positive outcomes for children and young people with improved SLC skills 4. A sustainable approach, so that policy and practice continues to support positive outcomes.

 

 

 

Áreas: 1. Governação escolar; 2. Professores; 3. Apoio aos alunos; 4. Participação dos pais; 5. Participação das partes interessadas

Subáreas: 1.1. Cultura e clima escolar; 2.1. Aptidões e competências dos professores; 3.1. Bem estar dos alunos; 4.1. Comunicação e informação; 5.3. Parcerias: empregadores e empresas

Língua: EN

País: Reino Unido

Transition Year - a broad educational experience

Transition Year offered by a number of Irish schools allows pupils (aged circa 15 years old) to acquire a broad educational experience with a view to the attainment of increased maturity. It takes place after having completed the Junior cycle (lower secondary) and before proceeding to further study and/or vocational preparation. It provides a bridge to help pupils make the transition from a highly-structured environment of the Junior cycle to one where they will take greater responsibility for their own learning and decision making.

Áreas: 3. Apoio aos alunos; 5. Participação das partes interessadas

Subáreas: 3.3. Orientação profissional e apoio; 3.6. Aprendizagem alargada e extracurricular; 5.3. Parcerias: empregadores e empresas; 5.4. Parcerias: organizações comunitárias e sociedade civil

Língua: EN

País: Irlanda

UK_Youth contract

The UK Youth Contract is aimed at 16-17 year olds, who are or at risk of becoming NEETs. Three key objectives: Objective 1 ? the main objective of the programme is to support 16-17 year olds, who are NEET and at risk of long-term disengagement to move into education, training or employment with training and to sustain this outcome. Objective 2 ? to increase these young people?s experience and qualifications so that they have the opportunity to continue in education and successfully find work, reducing the proportion of whom become unemployed in adult life. Objective 3 ? to test methods of local delivery and payment by results, increasing the effectiveness of these models and developing best practice.

Áreas: 3. Apoio aos alunos; 5. Participação das partes interessadas

Subáreas: 3.3. Orientação profissional e apoio; 3.11. Apoio seletivo: origem em meios socioeconómicos desfavorecidos; 5.2. Redes de partes interessadas; 5.3. Parcerias: empregadores e empresas

Língua: EN

País: Reino Unido