Experimentation of the Unexpressed talent activities

Here’s a slideshow with a collection of photos from the various experimentation activities in all partner’s countries.

The experimentation of the training activities was fundamental to modify and add precious tools to the toolkit in oder to make it complete and more efficient.

Watch the video here!

Joint staff training – Madrid

Here’s a video slideshow of some photos of the Joint Staff Training we had in Madrid; it was a great occasion to share some activities of the partners that could be involved in the project as well as the experience of some professional on how to improve those activities.

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Output 6: Policy recommendations

The Output & refers to the policy recommendations; each partner thanks to the coordination of the Comunidad de Madrid gave some examples of recommendations that could help the rulers in each country to deliver more effective laws to tackle early school leaving and dropouts.

Please find a report about this recomendations in each partner’s national language.

English
Slovenian
Spanish
French
Italian
Portuguese
Croatian

Output 5: Evaluation and reports of the experimentation

This post refers to the Output 5 of the project. It includes the evaluation system of the training activities experimentations coordinated by Lung and developed thanks to the contribution of all partners .

It also includes the report of the experimentations conducted in all partner’s countries involving schools, youth centers and youngsters from sport’s associations.

Please find here the link to the evaluation system summary document:

Evaluation System

Please find here the link to the complete report of experimentations in English:

Complete report

Please find here a link to the summary versions in all national partner’s languages:

English
Italian
Portuguese
French
Spanish
Slovenian
Croatian

Output 4: Model and Guidelines

This post refers to the Output 4 Model and Guidelines. It contains the methodological model behind the whole project’s activities.

In the document the partnership presents the six main steps of the development of the Unexpressed talents.

Please find the complete version in English:

Model and Guidelines

You can also look at the abstracts translated in all partner’s national languages:

Output 1 Abstract – English version
Output 1 Abstract – Italian version
Output 1 Abstract – Spanish version
Output 1 Abstract – French version
Output 1 Abstract – Croatian version
Output 1 Abstract – Portuguese version
Output 1 Abstract – Slovenian version

Output 3: The Unexpressed Talent Toolkit

The output 3 refers to the Unexpressed talent toolkit, a collection of activities developed thanks to the contribution of all partners that represents the core product of this project.

The aim of this project is to create a toolkit that can be used by teachers and educators in developing young kids talents to prevent their early school leaving and a future difficult employability.

Please find the complete report in English:

Final toolkit

Please find some costumed national language personal version:

Italian
Croatian
French
Slovenian
Spanish
Portuguese

Output 2: The alert tool

Here you’ll find the final version of the output 2: Alert tool. This is a tool created by Fondazione Leone Moressa and tested thanks to the contribution of all the partners of the project.

The aim of this tool is to predict and avoid early school leaving, giving teachers and educators a tool to understand each kid’s potential risk situation and prevent it.

Please find the complete report in English, Italian, Spanish and Portuguese:

English version
Italian version
Spanish version
Portuguese version

Please find here the links to the google forms of the alert tool in each partner’s language.

Go to Google form

Output 1: The Unexpressed talent research

Here is presented the final version of the Unexpressed talent research (Output 1); the research was completed thanks to the contribution of all partners involved in the project. It contains the results of a survey distributed in several schools in different countries.

This represents the first step of our project’s development and lead us for the creation of the tools for the other outputs.

Please find the complete research in English:

Output 1 – English version complete research

You can also look at the abstracts translated in all partner’s national languages:

Output 1 Abstract – English version
Output 1 Abstract – Italian version
Output 1 Abstract – Spanish version
Output 1 Abstract – French version
Output 1 Abstract – Croatian version
Output 1 Abstract – Portuguese version
Output 1 Abstract – Slovenian version

The Unexpressed talent partnership wishes you great holidays!

Dear readers, partners, colleagues and friends,

We are closing on 2017! The Unexpressed talent team wishes you wonderful winter holidays – we hope that you will be happy, relaxed, protected and inspired. May the new year find you in a good place, and may it lead you to an even better one.

Remember, please, to acknowledge and express your talents – whatever they may be – and to help those who could use a boost in odrer to express theirs.

Happy holidays from UT!

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Project meeting and Conference in Sintra

As we were announcing in a previous article, the Project partnership went to Sintra (PT), Casa Seis’ headquorters, to go over the projects’ results and activities, but also to assist at Casa Seis’ local event, which was a true success!

We’ll leave aside the internal work, although, we must say, it was quite fruitful, and we’ll get directly to the good stuff. The conference took place at the Sintra natural history museum (which, if you are in Sintra, it’s a must!), a great place to discuss education. Because this we did: Casa Seis invited numerous local and regional representatives of the greater world of education: teachers, pedagogical staff, representatives of the Ministeries, of public bodies, of associations and different schools. After having presented the project, its objectives and its results, the conference turned into a debate around education and school and what can be done to attract children towards them. This was a real success for Casa Seis and for the project, and we thank them!

Naturally, one cannot go to a beautiful warm (even in November) place and not take advantage of its beauties. The partners had a chance to visit the lovely area of Sintra (we even got to go to the beach!) and taste its fabulous cuisine and port wine. Even though small, the city of Sintra can offer wonderful beauties.

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