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School Inclusion

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Dissemination


DISSEMINATION REPORT
Partners:
C.I.P.A.T.
Name of the person involved in the event:
Giuseppe Italiano
Date of the event:
28th January 2009.
Type of Dissemination event:
Presentation at the Interprovincial Seminar in Grosseto (with the participation of schools from Siena andSouth Livorno too)
Description of Dissemination Event:
The meeting was organized by CIPAT to disseminate the outcomes of the “School Inclusion” project. It was one of the meetings in the cycle of seminars “Buone pratiche per la prevenzione della dispersione” (Best practices in the prevention of early school leaving”, which will be held in all the Tuscan Provinces, supported by Regione Toscana. The National and Transnational Reports were presented together with the Training Package. The potential links with the Tuscan Region guide lines for compulsory education were highlighted. Members of the Pilot Team and some teachers from the regional research group of the “School Inclusion” project participated to introduce the site and the portal of the project and answer questions. .
Target group:
Teachers and Head Teachers from provinces which had not been contacted before.
Number of people reached by event:
21 people
Held in:
Istituto Professionale Einaudi, P.zza De Maria, Grosseto. Italy
Outcomes and Results:
Dissemination of the project reports to allow Italian teachers to compare their results together with European ones,
Proposal of the Project Training Package as a future on line training tool on the topic of early school leaving prevention
Supporting documents
Brochure, Signature sheet
Supporting Documents:


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