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Lifelong Learning Project - School Inclusion - Preventing Early School Leaving

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TITOLO DELLA PUBBLICAZIONE:

Identifying good practise in relation to the support needs of students in centres for education and training, with reference also to the needs of staff and support service practitioners

NOME E COGNOME DELL’AUTORE/I:

Mary Gordon

EDITORE:

Youthreach

LUOGO E DATA DELLA PUBBLICAZIONE:

Ireland 2007

TIPOLOGIA DELLA PUBBLICAZIONE:

Report

LINGUA DELLA PUBBLICAZIONE:

English

DESCRIZIONE DEI CONTENUTI:

The report outlines a consultative process with stakeholders of Youthreach,
senior Traveller Training and Community Training Centres. It distinguishes
practices that can contribute significantly to effective provision for learners and
to appropriate support for staff.

The research identifies the structural systems underpinning good support service practice generally and a number of effective methodologies for responding to student needs - with particular reference to educational development, personal development and practical factors. The report describes these findings and outlines a set of guidelines for good quality practice in the future.

The author conducted a survey of the guidance, counselling and psychological services being provided in the three programmes. Stakeholders were asked both to describe and to evaluate current provision. This was followed by a series of consultative regional meetings, which explored the needs of the students, the successful practices and resources in the centres and other helpful practises. In consideration of these last factors, the needs of staff and support service practitioners were identified.

The practices are separated into actions in relation i) to students, ii) to teaching staff and iii) to support practitioners and many can be implemented by centres without any additional resources

COMMENTO SULLA PUBBLICAZIONE:

The recruitment guidelines for the particular centres are to be unemployed, aged 15-20 and have no or incomplete qualifications from Junior Cycle.
The research findings are well integrated into the body of the report

DOVE REPERIRLA:

www.youthreach.ie/webwheel/reports/Reports.htm

AUTORE DELLA RECENSIONE:

Ann Caulfield

ISTITUZIONE:

Mayo Education Centre

RUOLO:

Researcher



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[email protected] at the Future of Education Conference

The [email protected] projet will be presented at the third edition of the “Future of Education” international conference, held in Florence, Italy, on 13 - 14 June 2013. Over 250 participants from all over the world will attend the conference. The conference participants belong to the sectors of higher education, school education, vocational education and training as well as adult education, therefore representing all of the target groups of the [email protected] project.

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