RESULTS


According to the analysis, unenthusiasm for school and irresponsible behavior of students, lack of basic skills are common problems in our schools. Today, it is important to take into consideration students’ needs, wishes and skills while planning their education. Schools need to do more than just select students according to their cognitive abilities.

We will work on the definite innovative strategies to provide the knowledge and skills that students will need to succeed in a new global world rather than the traditional model still practiced at most schools. We will study the following five strategies:

  • RO – Cooperative Learning
  • IT – Peer Tutoring
  • MK – Team Teaching
  • PT – Project Based Learning
  • TR – Personalization


We expect the following results:

  • Increased enthusiasm for school and responsible behavior;
  • Overcoming lack of basic skills;
  • Developing schools’ programme in an inclusive way;
  • Integrated good practices and new methods into daily activities;
  • Improving practices to cater for the needs of disadvantaged groups and to deal with social, linguistic and cultural diversity;
  • Improving provision and assessment of basic and transversal skills;
  • Entrepreneurship, language competences and digital skills;
  • Creating new or more modern, dynamic, committed and professional environment inside the organization;
  • Having better understanding and recognition of skills and qualifications in Europe and beyond;
  • One of our aim is to provide an activity for every single student at school and peer environment apart from ordinary school programme. Academic success, school sport facilities or other artistic and musical facilities include only a limited number of students. We have to include everyone in a way that everybody will be able to show an ability to improve  their self-esteem, self-confidence in order to feel accepted and needed in social life;
  • Enhancing the quality and relevance of the learning offer in education, training by developing new and innovative approaches and supporting the dissemination of best practices.