TOO YOUNG TO FAIL

5 Participating countries:
Start: 01-09-2014 - End: 31-08-2016
Project Reference: 2014-1-IT02-KA201-003609
EC Grant: 287,190.08 EUR

Programme: Erasmus+
Key Action: Cooperation for innovation and the exchange of good practices
Action Type: Strategic Partnerships for school education

Summary

(Recalled from project proposal)

Early school leaving is the result of a mix of individual, educational and socio-economic factors. Many triggering effects make ESL a complex multisector phenomenon: school failure (disengagement, low achievement, transition between schools and school levels), pull effects from labor market, social and family situation. If it differs from country to country and from region to region, there are some recurrent features: children from vulnerable groups are more likely than others to leave the school system early. Boys are more affected than girls.
Thanks to the constant work on drop out preventive and intervention measures carried out by all 2young2fail partners, the partnership has pinpointed the need to focus on a specific age framework (10-15 years– including both Middle school, and moments of transition between school levels) in 5 countries (IT, NL, ES, PT, UK), to tackle the issue, and potentially intervene when the problem starts arising. 2young2fail leading idea was that, if the causes of school failure and dropout can have roots in the pre-teen years, middle school - a potentially powerful learning time – becomes a critical “make or break” period.
2young2fail identified 3 core needs and objectives and designed associated actions.
Need 1 - to
- provide a cross-sectorial platform of exchange of experiences and practices between partners with excellence initiatives in this area and of different backgrounds and missions, thus fostering a mutual learning process.
- grant access to a wide menu of consolidated comprehensive and cross sectorial prevention and intervention strategies tailored on the specified age group (best practice collection – innovative feature).
- promote focused research on the broad issue of relationship/ social capital (peer-to-peer relationship, school leadership and family engagement) and on its potential impact on drop out measures (innovative feature).
Need 2
The school cannot and must not address independently the broad range of social, emotional and personal needs that affect the academic performance of children. A process was needed for the school and community to avoid isolation, develop a common vision, and build long lasting commitment and collaboration from policy makers, society, family and other stakeholders.
A first important step in building such cohesive vision was to provide institutions' leaders with the essential content knowledge and materials necessary to develop successful school/community collaborations (reliable, flexible, adaptable and appealing awareness raising /advocacy tools)
Need 3
Need for a continuous professional development and empowerment of teachers and school management, need for school staff to gain a deep understanding of ESL, enhance awareness on their own role in preventing it and to develop the skills to work with other professions and partners, in a “whole school approach” (design, development, testing and sharing of specific training modules and support multimedia tools)
The two level focused on management/strategy (advocacy tools for school leadership) and education/ pedagogical tools (teachers/educators) represents an innovative feature.
Another innovative element of the project was the type of partnership. All 9 partners had a sound regional experience in tackling early drop out. 2 had furthermore participated in ESL related EU projects.
2young2fail brings together players with different backgrounds, missions (4 schools, 1 municipality, 2 non-profit foundations, 1 employers association, 1 higher education body), geographic and social focus (IT, NL, ES, PT, UK).
Moreover most partners had the means to share project outcomes with a significant number of local school communities, and stakeholders (e.g. public administrations, foundations/donors, education practitioners, academia and other stakeholders), well beyond the project boundaries.
All 4 schools (IT, UK, PT, NL) had experience in dealing with drop-out preventive and intervention schemes and were involved at the time in relevant projects with very different social, geographical and cultural contexts (ranging from excellence situations to highly critical environments). All school projects addressed the identified relevant age bracket. 2y2f aim was for the schools to play a strategic role in the definition of research/ advocacy needs and topics, training priorities and multimedia tools design.
The 2 non- profit foundations (IT, PT) the municipality (NL) and Politecnico (PT) had an extensive, sound experience in supporting complex educational projects in specific geographical school/educational contexts, in line with their overall mission of fostering the implementation of sustainable and innovative educational models.
They associated with the teachers employers association (ES) to ensure great impact even beyond the project time/geographic boundaries and also in no strictly school related contexts.

Results

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This output represents concrete recommendations to provide credible and useful information to a wide range of users. The first has been devoted to 2Young2Fail pivotal subject: Early School Leaving.


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The second factsheet's issue is Family Engagement, that is considered a pillar for an effective dropout prevention. But it also has a direct, positive effect on children's achievement and is the most accurate predictor of a student's success in school.


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The subject matter of the third Factsheet is Entrepreneurial Education. This is a key competence for all learners, supporting personal development, active citizenship, social inclusion and employability.


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'If You Leave School You Leave Yourself' is a poster cartoon adressed to young students created to be hung in the schools. It has been developed by CECE.


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Family Engagement cartoon was inspired by a best practice that has been tested at Gaetano Salvemini School (Turin). The main idea was to involve parents in school through different activities, as cooking and language courses.


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The cartoon shows strategies for shaping a career while students are still learning and working. Following the suggestions prompted by M. Kuijpers, an expert from Rodenborch College, the animation has been thought for orientation aim.


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A clear and concise cartoon for raising awareness about students' possibilities in became aware of their talent and skills.


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An efficient plan of action against dropout should ensure warm transitions. Evidences show that all children take advantage from positive planning and communication during transition from one school cycle to another.


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To build a Community School is the first step for an effective dropout prevention. The multimedia product is addressed to professionals and stakeholders involved in early school leaving issues.


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Entrepreneurial Education is a key competence that relates to an individual's ability to convert ideas into action. It includes creativity, innovation and risk taking as well as the aptitude for planning and managing projects in order to achieve results.


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'School as Part of the Wider Community' is a Prezi presentation that takes the cue from Hampton Hill Junior School experience on students' inclusion.

The output is available at the following link:
https://prezi.com/o2urfbkza4kh/school-as-a-community/


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Motivation is one of the main issues to tackle while planning impact actions against school dropout. It is necessary to legitimate the role of the school in the community, especially in Italy and Portugal. We developed the following Prezi presentation according to the indications received by Saramago Schools from Portugal.

The output is available at the following link: https://prezi.com/ra0ummcmc7lw/what-does-school-stand-for/


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A study on family engagement highlighted seven principles for parental inclusion. The presentation summarizes it in a user-friendly way.


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Concetta Mascali, Headmistress of I.C. Regio Parco (Turin), speaks about her experience in tackling school dropout as a macro problem that needs to be reduced to its components to be faced.

Read the English video description:
http://www.2young2fail.com/sites/default/files/allegati_multimedia/testimonial-mascali.pdf

Watch the online video:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_eIivTB5tao


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Miguel Figueiredo and João Torres are the coordinators of EduScratch Project at the School of Education - Instituto Politécnico de Setúbal. The Portuguese teachers explain the history of this project, which considers Scratch as a tool to be used in a dropout prevention perspective.

Read the English video description:
http://www.2young2fail.com/sites/default/files/allegati_multimedia/testimonials_-_scratch.pdf

Watch the online video:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XgzTBYFThL0


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As Maria Riso from Turin Municipality says, school dropout has been a problem for almost 20 years for the Direction of the Educational Services. Today, it has become a priority due to the arrival of immigrants and the consequent important social needs.

Read the English video description:
http://www.2young2fail.com/sites/default/files/allegati_multimedia/testimonial-riso.pdf

Watch the online video:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1-FPub8LWUs


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What role does an educator play in school dropout prevention? Paolo Angeletti from Il Campanile Onlus talks about the importance of the daily relationship with kids and the constant exchange with teachers and parents to identify risky behaviours.

Read the English video description at:
http://www.2young2fail.com/associazione-il-campanile-onlus-2016-08-10-000000

Watch the online video:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pmP0dzc4JZA


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The psychologist Sandra Rodrigues dos Santos tells about 'A Museum For the Future', an arts education project addressed to students with learning difficulties and significant emotional disorders.

Read the English video description:
http://www.2young2fail.com/museum-future-our-heritage-self-2016-08-09-000000

Watch the online video:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=c01SvzFQkYc


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Agrupamento des Escolas José Saramago is integrated in a Priority Intervention Educational Territories Program (TEIP) since 2009. This is a national Portuguese project including schools in a problematic socio-cultural context, which aims to reduce school failure, early dropout and indiscipline.

Read the English video description at:
http://www.2young2fail.com/sites/default/files/allegati_multimedia/testimonial-jose_saramago.pdf

Watch the online video:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=A87OoNlQJYc


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EFA Oretana School is a professional education centre located near Toledo (ES) founded in 1989 for promoting technical training in rural areas. Adrian Santos presents the school that is attended by a high number of students who have a previous history of school failure. In order to detect, prevent and intervene on dropout risk the school gives each student a personal tutor. Families are engaged in many activities, teachers are attending regular training courses and finally students involved in real enterprises.

Read the English video description:
http://www.2young2fail.com/sites/default/files/allegati_multimedia/testimonial-efa_oretana.pdf

Watch the online video:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JHc5eUeJMJw


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Maleni Muñoz Garrosa, Primary Director of Colegio Arenales Carablanchel talks about her school, that is a newly founded educational centre, part of Arenales Foundation. Actually they don't have dropout cases, but they work on prevention in a personal and academic level. Therefore they have implemented actions such as: training for parents (with specific sessions on dropping out), personal tutor, personalized education, education in values, family engagement and personal development.

Read the English video description:
http://www.2young2fail.com/sites/default/files/allegati_multimedia/testimonial-munoz_garrosa.pdf

Watch the online video:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qsnk260DnNw


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PAX Academic Exchange has a clear philosophy of providing the student with an integral personal formation. CECE interviewed the Director Teresa Salvi. She explains that as preventing measures against early school leaving they have regular meetings with parents and students and involve parents in a lot of school activities, such as day trips and cooperation activities with NGOs, visits in different professional places to help students in their career choices and charity initiatives.

Read the English video description:
http://www.2young2fail.com/sites/default/files/allegati_multimedia/pax-testimonial.pdf

Watch the online video:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=F7UDv32dMxc


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Dropout prevention is active since the primary years at Arenales school in Madrid. The teacher Miguel Fernández talks about the measures adopted daily ‎for being in contact with the families and for assuring an effective and safe learning environment.

Read the English video description:
http://www.2young2fail.com/sites/default/files/allegati_multimedia/testimonial-fernandez.pdf

Watch the online video:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=weQc2TIw6Zc


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Since the dropout issue has a multi-faceted nature, schools cannot address the problem alone. In a whole school approach, all members of the school community feel responsible and play an active role in tackling educational disadvantage and preventing early school leaving.


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Early school leaving is the final step in a process of repeated failures regarded as irremediable and often unrecoverable. In Portugal as in other European countries, it is a problem with a significant weight. The Portuguese TEIP program - Educational Territories of Priority Intervention has provided an important tool for tackling problems of school failure and dropout in territories where there was and still is an increasing concentration of social exclusion problems. The study seeks to understand in detail the measures that two Portuguese schools, in two different contexts, have adopted in early dropout prevention.


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There is a positive relationship between family engagement and improved academic achievement, also at middle school level. Thus, parental involvement in education should be assured by parents’ participation in regular, two-way, and meaningful communication, involving students' academic learning and other school activities. In this report we revise the reason why parents are full partners in their children's education and advice how to include them in the life of the center.


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According to the current evidence, policies against dropout to be effective cannot involve students alone but they have to engage students’ parents as well. Research consistently finds that family engagement is one of the strongest predictor of success at school and, thereby, it has a positive effect on children's educational improvement and achievement.


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The Best Practices 'A Museum for the Future' has been analysed by teachers from Agrupamento de Escolas José Saramago. It is an Art education project addressed to students with emotional disorders that aims to develop socio-emotional skills through getting closer together school and heritage.


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Career Guidance, and especially the career guidance interview chart, is a tool to get to know your student. Repeating this programme through the years in school results in a portfolio that show a young mind developing. This helps students with career choices.


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Nowadays, keeping an adequate educational strain in the classroom is a complicated task in Spanish schools. Thus, it is necessary for teaching and learning processes to stimulate the active participation of the students, enduring their interest and leaving behind traditional teaching practices (books, blackboard, notebook, memory, exams), favoring a more active and complex work. Class Climate project started in 2010 and the concept has been following all these years.


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Class Leader analysis relates to how Agrupamento de Escolas de Vialonga - Portugal faces and manages the role of class leaders and the coordinator of class leaders. There are class leaders in every public school. This is a position enshrined in the legislation on the domain of autonomy and school organization, particularly in the 2nd and 3rd cycles of basic education (11-15 years). However, the way how schools look at it and how they implement varies from school to school.


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Curriculum Change analyses a methodology based on a bi-weekly plan that aims to equip students with the tools and skills necessary to be competent in all facets of their life in the next day as well as in the future.


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'Try It Again, Sam!' is an inter-institutional and integrated project that has been carried out since 1993 in Turin metropolitan area. Actors involved in this project – teachers, volunteers, headmasters, social workers, psychologists – matured from their experiences the conviction that dropping out is an outcome of a long and insidious process triggered from common learning and relational difficulties.


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The Best Practice aims to interest kids and students in technological studies and help them to choose a career in technical occupations. All activities carried out are trying to create enthusiasm, help kids and students to choose a profession and launch them enthusiastically to a technical career.


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The primary objective of Fuoriclasse programme is to fight and limit as much as possible the risks of early school leaving. Thus it implements a strictly preemptive protocol of activities both in school and extra-school context, intended to support kids’ motivation and strengthen their school engagement.


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Social inclusion at school is a necessity in order to build an inclusive society, and is directly related to the question of our identity, and the way we view ourselves. Promoting inclusion means stimulating discussion, encouraging positive attitudes and improving educational and social frameworks to cope with new demands in education structures and governance.


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Students reply to questions such as what makes an outstanding lesson and how should a teacher build a positive relationship with students. Eventually they give tips about their preferable way for managing lessons.


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Text of the testimonial interview with João Pedro Vilaça (Forave Professional and Technological School do Vale do Ave) by Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation.


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Text of the testimonial interview with José Lóios by Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation.


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In an interview with Bill Jerman from Hampton Hill Junior School, Ms Assal Rue, from Waldegrade school in Richmond explains that they have small problems with dropout and it is mainly to do more with attendance. The actions activated for tackle the problem are mainly employing the best teachers and motivating them, making sure the teacher makes the best relationship with the student, making the lessons fun. Also family engagement is an important issue for ensuring high rate attendance.


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A catalogue of local experiences adopted by schools for tackling the dropout issue. By documenting and sharing best practices 2Young2Fail partners had the opportunity to acquire knowledge about lessons learned and to continue learning about how to improve and adapt strategies and activities through feedback.


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Bill Jerman, Executive Head Teacher at Carlisle Infant School and Hampton Hill Junior School Federation, explains how crucial is to work with families since the very beginning. He believes that, for a primary school the early and sustained interventions are critical for a child’s future, and work with the family can be a key for a whole school approach.


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'Basta Poco' - Video in Italian made by Fuoriclasse Project (Save the Children)


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Video in Italian made by Fuoriclasse Project (Save the Children) - Amedeo D'Aosta and Rita Levi Montalcini Schools, Turin


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Video in Italian made by Fuoriclasse Project (Save the Children) - Verga School, Turin


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Headmasters and teachers have been interviewed about their experience on dropout prevention and career guidance. Speakers: Ewout de Baat (Director of the primary school ‘De Troubadour’ in Rosmalen), Marjo van Ijzendoorn, Marian van ’t Root, Jeannette den Hartigh, Garry Zuidland, René van Gerven and Joost Klaver (Rodenborch-College), Marieke Baijens (CINOP), Theo van de Veerdonk (Municipality of ‘s-Hertogenbosch) Read the English video description: http://www.2young2fail.com/sites/default/files/allegati_multimedia/testimonials-rodenborch.pdf Watch the online video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=x-1WhXFcn4w


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Paola Pellegrino is a local coordinator of Fuoriclasse - Save the Children, a project for preventing school leaving. According to Save the Children school dropout is a malfunction of the education and training system that inevitably recalls other issues, like the concepts of equal opportunities, social fabric and accessibility to the studies. This integrated and multisectoral program engages the whole class group and works with a systemic approach, focusing on dialogue and children’s needs.
Read the English video description: http://www.2young2fail.com/fuoriclasse-save-children-2016-08-10-000000 Watch the online video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ur4E11ePIz0


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Paola Pellegrino Part 2


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Silvia Bacciolo and Ornella Capretto talk about their inclusive teaching methods, supporting motivation and giving value to the kids’ abilities. They point out the importance of improving territorial networks. What are the possible strategies?
Read the English video description: http://www.2young2fail.com/sites/default/files/allegati_multimedia/testimonials-salvemini.pdf Watch the online video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2bsH7jXj8eY


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Silvia Bacciolo and Ornella Capretto Part 2


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In compulsory school years, there are still too many students at serious risk for school dropout. Each dropout student is a failure for the entire educational system. Paulo Moreira from Fundação Calouste Gulbenkian explains that in Agrupamento de Escolas de Atouguia da Baleia, where often dropout students are from Roman community, a think tank is in charge for dealing with behavioural problems and for implementing specific actions for preventing dropout. Besides awareness-raising activity for career guidance and orientation are put in place.
Read the English video description: http://www.2young2fail.com/sites/default/files/allegati_multimedia/testimonial-moreira.pdf
Watch the online video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0dVXa7Yvj9U


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Video realised by M.L.King School (Turin) in the framework of 'Try It Again, Sam!' programme


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Video in Italian realised in the framework of 'Try It Again, Sam!' programme presented for a seminar in Saluzzo (27/01/2012)


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Paulo Moreira from Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation (PT) presented his contribution on student engagement with school during the short-term joint staff training event hosted from 30th May to 3rd June at Instituto Politécnico de Setúbal.
The webinar is available at the following link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7LvD-_AGVNs


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Paulo Moreira Part 2


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Paulo Moreira Part 3


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Paulo Moreira Part 5


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José Freitas from Escola Superior de Educação do Instituto Politécnico de Setúbal and Faisal Aboobakar from Agrupamento de Escolas José Saramago presented a research on school leadership in the frame of early school leaving preventing actions.
The webinar is available at the following link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HAwfFcpj6NM


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José Freitas and Faisal Aboobakar Part 2


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José Freitas and Faisal Aboobakar Part 3


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During the short-term joint staff training event Azucena Loras from Torrealedua Centre talked about the strategies adopted by her school for involving parents in their children's educational achievements. The webinar is available at the following link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3kHlP6tD0Tg


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Azucena Loras Part 2


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Many researches on school failure agree on a pivotal role of rejection from peers and lack of friends in increasing students' motivation on dropping out school. Renato Roda (Fondazione per la Scuola) and Davide Barrera (Cultures, Politics and Society dept. - University of Turin) presented a study that adopts the relational perspective as its main conceptual and executive frame. The webinar is available at the following link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mg0auddYkY4


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Renato Roda and Davide Barrera Part 2


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Renato Roda and Davide Barrera Part 3


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Renato Roda and Davide Barrera Part 4


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Renato Roda and Davide Barrera Part 5


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Preventing early school leaving is a complex issue that requires to consider different aspects, one of those is students’ engagement with school. The reason why the matter has reached such an impressive consensus relies on its predictive power of a wide range of students’ present and future processes and outcomes: academic performance, academic achievement; disruptive behaviour at school, etc. Different dimensions of engagement are differentially associated with different academic experiences, processes and outcomes. Therefore, it is essential dealing with this issue for school headmasters, teachers and policy makers.


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Education and career guidance has been identified by the large majority of European countries as one of the key measures in addressing early leaving. In most countries, guidance is an important element in prevention, intervention and compensation. The main objective of education and career guidance is to provide students with support, inform them about the possibilities open to them, and develop the skills they need to make decisions about their future education and work.


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The document aims to present the results of a questionnaire conducted among 2Y2F project partners in occasion of the Final Conference held in Turin on 6 July 2016. It has been made by an external expert of evaluation and monitoring.


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Too Young To Fail musical is a performance inspired by 2Y2F project and staged in the frame of the multiplier event held in ‘s-Hertogenbosch on 30th September 2015. It has been replied also in Turin, as the ending part of the final conference agenda, 6th July 2016. Three students from Rodenborch College played the text written and directed by René van Gerven, a teacher in charge for 2Y2F. The performance music score is written by René Vermaes, music teacher at the College. The students involved as actresses and singers have been particularly touched by the early school leaving issue, even if they did not drop out. The musical, for all these aspects, represents an important achievement regarding 2Y2F project dissemination.


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The Forave Professional and Technological School do Vale do Ave, Lousado, has joint strategies to help students avoiding dropout. The interviewed explains what are the best strategies for helping students succeeded academically and to favour students inclusion, so at the end of the course the students employability rate is quite high 75% and no one is a repeating student.
Read the English video description:
http://www.2young2fail.com/sites/default/files/allegati_multimedia/testimonial-moreira-forave-english.pdf


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The research project investigates on the role of relationships within the class group in a larger framework of studies and investigations about the Early School Leaving phenomenon and its prevention. Consequently it formalize the hypotheses tested and the overall design of the research project. Finally, the essay describes the main inquiry perspective used for the process of data analysis and some of the more interesting results.


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Form used for the Extract from the Evaluation Report.


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In an interview with Bill Jerman, Ms Assal Ruse from Waldegrade school in Twickenham explains that they have small problems with dropout and it is mainly to do more with attendance. The actions activated for tackle the problem are mainly employing the best teachers and motivating them, making sure the teacher makes the best relationship with the student, making the lessons fun. Also family engagement is an important issue for ensuring high rate attendance.


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Sarah Jerman is an Associate Headteacher leading two Teaching Schools in Swindon, a large multicultural town in South West England. She talks about the role of Teaching Schools in training teachers, trainee teachers and other staff and how this training relates to school drop out.


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Material collected for Fuoriclasse In Depth Analysis


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Material collected for Fuoriclasse In Depth Analysis


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Material collected for Fuoriclasse In Depth Analysis


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Material collected for 'Try It Again, Sam!' In Depth Analysis


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Material collected for 'Try It Again, Sam!' In Depth Analysis


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Material collected for 'Try It Again, Sam!' In Depth Analysis


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Material collected for 'Try It Again, Sam!' In Depth Analysis


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Material collected for 'Try It Again, Sam!' In Depth Analysis


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Material elaborated for Career Guidance In Depth Analysis


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Material elaborated for Career Guidance In Depth Analysis


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The miscellaneous materials of project working in progress are available on the Presentations page - 2Young2Fail web site:
http://www.2young2fail.com/output/presentations


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Coordinator

FONDAZIONE PER LA SCUOLA - EDUCATORIO DUCHESSA ISABELLA DELLA COMPAGNIA DI SAN PAOLO

corso Ferrucci 3, 10138
Torino
Piemonte
IT

Organisation type: Foundation

Partners

Hampton Hill Junior School
HAMPTON HILL
Outer London
Organisation type: School/Institute/Educational centre – General education (primary level)
Agrupamento de Escolas José Saramago, Palmela
Poceirão
Organisation type: School/Institute/Educational centre – General education (secondary level)
Gemeente 's-Hertogenbosch
's-Hertogenbosch
Organisation type: Other
CONFEDERACION ESPANOLA DE CENTROS DE ENSENANZA ASOCIACION C.E.C.E.
MADRID
Organisation type: Other
Rodenborch-College
Rosmalen
Noord-Brabant
Organisation type: Other
istituto comprensivo "g.salvemini"
TORINO
Piemonte
Organisation type: School/Institute/Educational centre – General education (secondary level)
INSTITUTO POLITECNICO DE SETUBAL
SETUBAL
Organisation type: Other
Fundação Calouste Gulbenkian
Lisboa
Lisboa
Organisation type: Foundation

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