5. Sodelovanje deležnikov

5.1 Multidisciplinarne skupine

Multidisciplinarni pristop k prikrajšanosti pri izobraževanju in zgodnjemu opuščanju šolanja združuje strokovnjake iz šole in drugod, vključno s psihologi, socialnimi delavci in zdravstvenimi delavci. Multidisciplinarne skupine lahko z različnimi storitvami podprejo mlade, pri katerih obstaja tveganje prikrajšanosti pri izobraževanju in zgodnje opustitve šolanja. To vključuje na primer osredotočenost na jezikovni razvoj otrok, podporo na področju duševnega zdravja otrok, čustveno podporo otrokom, spretnosti za preprečevanje ustrahovanja, doseganje marginaliziranih družin in podporo razvoju starševskih veščin.

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MULTIDISCIPLINARNE SKUPINE ZA PREPREČEVANJE ZGODNJEGA OPUŠČANJA ŠOLANJA

Namen tega dokumenta je preučiti dokaze glede možnosti, da bi imele multidisciplinarne in interdisciplinarne skupine ključno vlogo pri preprečevanju zgodnjega opuščanja šolanja. V okviru priprave strategije za take multi- in interdisciplinarne skupine je pomemben poudarek na potrebnih in podpornih pogojih za njihovo učinkovitost, ne pa na deterministični predpostavki o njihovi neizogibni učinkovitosti. V poročilu je poudarjena potreba po zagotovitvi trdnih strateških smernic ekipam o pomembnih vprašanjih, ki jih bodo te obravnavale, kot so podpora duševnemu zdravju, alternative začasni izključitvi, terensko delo z marginaliziranimi družinami, reševanje konfliktov z učitelji in veščine usposabljanja na področju raznolikosti, spretnosti za preprečevanje ustrahovanja, spodbujanje pozitivnega vzdušja v šolah, ukvarjanje s starševskimi veščinami in osredotočenost na razvoj otrokovega jezika itd.

Področja: 3. Podpora učencem; 5. Sodelovanje deležnikov

Podpodročja: 3.1 Dobro počutje učencev; 3.3 Karierna orientacija in podpora; 3.9 Usmerjena podpora: migranti, Romi; 3.10 Usmerjena podpora: posebne izobraževalne potrebe in učne težave; 5.1 Multidisciplinarne skupine

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Try it again, Sam!

The project Try it again, Sam! is an inter-institutional and integrated project that addresses children’s social and educational needs. It is composed of two main programmes: Integrated Tutelage (directed at students who dropped out of school) and Dropout Prevention (directed at students with temporary and reversible educational difficulties to prevent school dropout). Those involved– teachers, volunteers, school principals, social workers, psychologists – are all convinced that drop-out is the result of a long and insidious process triggered from common learning and relational difficulties. Therefore, timely responses to students with common difficulties in social relationships and/or learning activities is an effective way to prevent social students’ problems, which are much more difficult to address once they are established.
Try it Again, Sam! experiments with a new model of prevention-action training regarding failure in the transition from primary to secondary schools in Turin. It fosters the educational success of all students and combats school dropout. It is based on an integrative process between the acacemic and the extra-curricular, creating conditions for constant dialogue between them, and ensures learning of foundation skills in the first cycles of education. The project works within a network of non-profit associations and parishes. Schools and other actors - through joint collaboration - can thus foster learning processes that take into account the story of each child, giving them a space to listen and express themselves, develop their self-confidence, support their academic success, and combat early school leaving. Dropout Prevention is an offshoot of an earlier programme, Integrated Tutelage.

Področja: 1. Šolsko upravljanje; 3. Podpora učencem; 5. Sodelovanje deležnikov

Podpodročja: 1.4 Sodelovanje znotraj izobraževalnih sistemov; 3.11 Usmerjena podpora: slabše socialno-ekonomsko ozadje; 5.1 Multidisciplinarne skupine; 5.4 Partnerstva: organizacije v skupnosti in civilna družba

Jezik: EN

Država: Italija

Wellbeing and Inclusion for New Educational Resources (WINER)

The Erasmus+ project Wellbeing and Inclusion for New Educational Resources (WINER) (2014-2016) was financed by the European Commission through KA2/Strategic Partnerships for School Education. It was carried out in the Vaslui region of Romania and in the Umbria region of Italy. In Romania there are a large number of children whose parents leave them in Romania in order to work in Italy, as well as a large number of children who have returned with their families due to the Italian economic crisis. The general objective of this project was to facilitate the inclusion of those Romanian children left at home and those who have returned, by developing a well-being-based school and community approach, applied both in Romania and Italy (respectively, the Vaslui and Umbria regions).

Področja: 2. Učitelji; 3. Podpora učencem; 5. Sodelovanje deležnikov

Podpodročja: 2.1 Spretnosti in kompetence učiteljev; 2.2 Učitelji in njihovi odnosi z učenci in starši; 3.1 Dobro počutje učencev; 3.5 Učenje in ocenjevanje; 5.1 Multidisciplinarne skupine

Jezik: EN

Država: Italija; Romunija