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TITLE OF THE PUBLICATION:

Preventing school drop out. Good examples of early prevention

SURNAME AND NAME OF AUTHOR(S):

Michel, A. (Ed.)

PUBLISHER:

Deutsches Jugendinstitut e.V.

PLACE AND DATE OF PUBLICATION:

München, 2005

TYPE OF PUBLICATION:

Online document, brochure

LANGUAGE/S OF PUBLICATION:

German

LANGUAGE OF REVIEW:

English

DESCRIPTION OF CONTENTS:

• Compendium of best practice examples from schools and projects of the youth welfare service to prevent the consolidation of school aversive models of behaviour
• Main topic is prevention of school tiredness and school refusal.
• Short chapter explains terms and definitions and sums up what school and youth welfare service can both do to prevent school tiredness.
• Main part of the publication is the presentation of 13 practical examples with a distinction of projects with innovative school concepts and projects with a cooperation between school and youth welfare.
• Each practical example is presented with consideration of basic conditions, initial situation, conception, implementation, experiences and contact details.
• All in all a broad and detailed survey of prevention projects all over Germany.

COMMENTS ON THIS PUBLICATION:

This brochure is one result from the project “Network prevention of school tiredness and school refusal” of the German Youth Institute in Munich (DJI).

NAME OF COMPILER:

Dr. Gabriele Dlugosch

NAME OF INSTITUTION:

Zentrum für empirische pädagogische Forschung (zepf)

ROLE:

Head of the Competence Centre Health and Wellbeing



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