Recognition of the different definition of school dropout in regional (legislation), institutional (schools) and practical (teachers, families,…) levels developed by students from compulsory secondary education. The aim of this activity is to create a common conceptual framework about dropout.
Design of experimental activities to carry out in each school:
During the 2016-17 school year, more than 30 students from IES Albayzín and Liceo Romita have taken part of an international exchange learning experience for 5 days during which students have worked on a common activity with student of the hosting institution.
In the Smile Project Erasmus+ Card you can access and download many of the products made by students.
The analysis of Local Practices and Strategies has focus not in the success but in the problems each experience want to solve. Therefore the final result will not be a collection of good practices but different problems, strategies and solutions, validated in different contexts. We don’t speak about good practices but Interesting Practices.
Pedagogical evaluation of the those activities which two participating schools, Liceo Scientifico A.Romita, Campobasso, Italy, and IES Albayzin, Granada, Spain, have conducted. By Liisa Llomäki, University of Helsink, Finland.
Introducing in Granada the region of Molise.
How to debate
Interviewing some people about drop-out phenomenon.
Slides of Graafschap College, The Nederlands.
Slides of "Student care": a studente service to prevent dropout. Graafschap College, The Nederlands.
Video about Smile Project produced by Tatatiana Levashova, student of IES Albayzín, Granada, Spain.
Peer mediation service in IES Albayzín, Granada, Spain.
"Aftermath in the battle of the studio" Photo project de Cristina Cabrerizo. Student 2º G.S. Iluminación IES Albayzin
"United for learning" Photographic project of Nieves Pacheco. Student 2º G.S. Iluminación IES Albayzin.
"Stress and education". Audiovisual project of Manuel Cano y Victoria Gámez. Student 2º G.S. Iluminación IES Albayzin