Start date: Jun 1, 2015,
End date: May 31, 2016
The teachers who attended the seminar gained information a boutthe rate of the teenagers and students who abuse substance and the age groups in Hollandand across Europe. In addition to this, they obtained information on the methods and techniques to determine substance abuse, and how to determine substance abuse in class and observation environment.
They also gained information on how to approach the student who is suspected of using substance, what to pay attention to, not to blame or label blame such students before being certain, the methods to approach the person without frightening them, to explain the harms of substance abuse, to show the right way, and detailed information about the techniques such as surveys, pictures, articles.
Also, extensive information is gained about the functioning of classroom guidence teachers and how to decrease the rate of school drops, what precautions to take to have a substance addict continue their school life, what to be cautious about, how tomonitor such students without being noticed.
The participants also discovered the history and culture (values, lifestyle) of the Netherlands and had the chance to get to know the country closely during their spare time. Trips to France andBrussels were organised with the purpose of learning about the history and cultural lives of these countries.
1. Day: Arrival
2., 3., 4. and 5. Days: Theoretical training:
- They learned about the rates of the students who abuse substance in Europe, especially in the Netherlands.
- They learned the methods and techniques to determine substance abuse.
- They learned how to determine substance abuse in classroom and observation environment.
- They learned how to use techniques such as surveys, pictures, articles, etc.
- They learned about the functioning of classroom guidence teachers in Europe, especially in the Netherlands.
- They learned what to pay attention in approaching an addicted student.
- They learned how to help students to continue their educational lives.
6. and 7. Days: They visited schools and practical training institutions, and saw the applications in place.
8. and 9. Days: They studied the social life and cultural life.
10. Day: Departure
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