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Lifelong Learning Project - School Inclusion - Preventing Early School Leaving

Training Initiatives


10 axioms for parental counseling


Iasi County Teacher Centre






Length of the training program: Long-term program (42 hours) 11 transferable credits.
- Type of education: day
- Target group: teachers in primary, secondary school- schoolteachers, school psychologists,, auxiliary teachers
- Need for the Program:
Discussing the analysis of the preuniversity teachers ‘need to train, as identified in Iasi:
 So that the parents can successfully perform their duties in the education of their children and so that the relationships between school and family will be more efficient , they must become partners with the school in the education of children, as well as in in the application of national strategies in education.
 The educational partnership concept is valuable in the teaching process. This principle requires a constant communication about the objectives of the educational act, between the family and the institution. The concept is targeting parents and teachers alike, and requires both to act in the same way. Parents, children and communities have proven to be a strong influence for one another..
 The program wants to use the experience that we gained from past training projects for school teachers regarding counseling of the parents, which was structured as “ complex camps for parents, children and teachers to participate in educational counseling”. „The parent’s club” and individual counseling of the parents in area such as: preventing school abandonment through a improved relationship between parents and children, preventing conflicts between parents and children, securing children from internet abuse, etc.
 Also, the training program relies on the need of training clearly expressed by the teacher. As to the difficulties that the participants have come across during the educational process, the subjects have provided the following:
I. student counseling
II. prevention and solving conflicts
III. interacting with family and community
IV. differential treatment of the students
V. organizing student groups
VI. projecting student activities
VII. educational decisions
VIII. getting feed-back
Goal of the continuous educational training
Competence building for the counseling sessions and for counseling the parents so they can be able to provide a nonviolent education for the children, help develop a peaceful personality of their children so they can better interact with family, school, community and society.
General objectives of the continuous educational training
 Developing the parent’s counseling skills, as well as those of the participant educators.( efficient communication, active listening, assertiveness, positive thinking, empathy, trust in the children, decision making power, etc. Motivation for learning. )
 Training and developing the capacity of projecting and applying the strategies and methods characteristic of a responsible and conscientious implication, of critical and creative thinking, through collaboration with the parents in the peaceful development of children.
 Learning to work in a parent- teacher and parent- student team .
- Content of the training program
Module 1 – Interacting with the child
Module 2 – Communicating with the child
Module 3 – Giving trust
Module 4 – understanding one’s personal imagine – parent’s role
Module 5 - Educational and professional orientation, preventing school drop-outs –parent intervention
Module 6 - Knowing the personality traits of the preadolescent and the adolescent

At the end of the training program participants will be able to:
-Transfer to their parents the appropriate skills for interacting with children in order to be an active part of their school life, prevent school abandonment, prevent and reduce the frequency of family and school conflicts, increasing their learning motivation, their motivation for responsibility in the workplace in general.
-Take the role of a consultant and counselor in the relationship with the parents
-Project and develop informal activities with the parents
-Make the parents responsible and implicate them in school life and community life
- offer trainings for parents with regards to the more efficient ways of dealing with children, the individual potential of the child, creating a support group for specific problems that might affect children (divorce, co-addiction, single parent families, etc. )
-organize cognitive and socio- emotional skill developing activities for the parents ;
-give parents the ability to communicate assertively, to be active listeners
-Manifest empathy, positive thinking;
-be able to assign tasks in the parent-teacher-child team;
-Amplify the European dimension of education through using program and project which demand a international cooperation.
-Be able to identify the communication barriers between parents and their children;
-provide efficient educational and extra-curricular activities through analyzing and evaluating their possible impact in the community.


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Stay@School at the Future of Education Conference

The Stay@School 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 Stay@School project.

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