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"WE Play-WE Learn-WE Teach"
Start date: Sep 1, 2016, End date: Aug 31, 2018 PROJECT  FINISHED 

Creative teaching refers to teachers using imaginative approaches to make learning more interesting, exciting and effective; (NACCCE, 1999).Learning through games is ideal to stimulate creative as teaching methods.The game is a means of knowledge, the means of familiarizing students with life surrounding a means of recovery, the creative application of acquired knowledge, a means of moral and social education. The games provide challenging experiences that promote intrinsic satisfaction and provide opportunities for an authentic learning; Increasing skills and developing new tools would allow for the development and implementation of projects using attractive methods tailored to the scale of the problems of education.In response to above and organizationals needs,the general aim of the project is to make the educational process more creative, creating a tool as method to work for teachers and students, such as kit ,using games;The project is address to this priority:"Supporting schools to tackle early school leaving (ESL) and disadvantage as well as to address all students from the lowest to the highest end of the academic spectrum, aiming to improve collaboration internally as well as with parents and other external stakeholders, projects aiming at improving transition between different stages of education, projects supporting networking of schools which promote collaborative and holistic approaches to teaching, projects aiming to develop methods and to create conditions for personalised teaching and learning in order to support each pupil, and projects developing monitoring and assessment suitable for such approaches".The partnership will have the following result: an innovative tool of work such as Kit with games as creative tool wich will be used both teachers and students and to involve a large number of teachers and students from different countries ,able to combine old and new skills by giving the students a new motivation for learning in a playful and creative way;-The project includes as well presentations and exchange of good practices between EU institutions, in order to revitalization educational system;Different kinds of organizations will take part in the project: public/private schools, adult education providers and associations: -Euroeduas is an NGO in field of education,has an experience in co-ordinating and managing EU projects, expertise in educational competence ;-MOTML from Tukey,is a public school wich organises different vocational courses for the students and adults. Some courses deal with vulnerable or disadvantaged target groups as well.-The Italian CPIA is a the largest public provider of adult education in the province of Taranto. It works with Italian people at risk of social exclusion (NEET) and with EU and non-EU migrants, refugees and asylum seekers.-The primary goal of Ekpaideftiria Vassiliadis is education and the proper preparation of its students for knowledge, seen as the best asset to promote culture and value of the students;-Positive Changes Association from Poland has trainers and coaches involved in adults and youth education for more than 10 years and have gained experience in European projects;-The IES HIPONOVA offers the best to their students trying to apply new methodologies and technologies into our everyday teaching;-County Inspectorate from RO has Knowledge of other European education systems, taking from it some modern elements present (based on competent ICT), in line with European standards in education;-The Agrupamento from Penacova has experince in teaching with students in risk of abandoning school;The target groups of the project:-400 students from schools or member-volunteers from NGO's aged 6 to19(primary, gymnasium, high school level and adults) ;we espected to involve more than 50 students from each participating institution in the activities of the project;-6 students from each participating country aged more than 14 in the blended mobilities;Total 126 students;-more than 100 teachers as staff in implementing/piloting KIT as educational tools-300 participants as indirect beneficiary with fewer opportunities-21 accompaning teachers from participating countries for the students in the blended mobilities-48 teachers,6 from each partner countries involving in each training session -32 staff,4 for each institution participating in the project meetings -10 school inspectors;We consider that the involvement of students and staff will be helped by different online tools such as a website and a Facebook page where students and staff could exchange their feedbacks on the project and their proposals. This network, especially among students and staff, will also give them the chance to improve their knowledge of English and to exchange information about culture in all Europe;
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