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The project intends to impact on the problems related to lack of literacy, of early school leaving and dropout which are interlinked to schooling problems that obstacle a full and effective integration of teenagers into the educational and training systems, using Traditional Arts and Crafts as a powerful tool. The revival story of each traditional craft, material or tool, began with the passion of dedicated individuals and communities. In order to pass on this craft's heritage, it’s important to preserve the quality materials and tools that are so essential to its survival, as well as support the next generation of craftspeople. Paying efforts to revive craft traditions and rediscovering each product as a symbol of the area from which it originated offers great potential for reaching the Erasmus+ transversal key competences as set out by the Reference Framework: learning to learn, social and civic competences, sense of initiative and entrepreneurship and cultural awareness and expression.
The consortium aimed at involving the target-groups of the project in the main activities of the project in order to address their needs more properly. Thus, a survey will be carried out in all partners‘countries with the collaboration of educators and early school leavers. A collection of learning techniques considered as good practices will be promoted. The findings of both activities will contribute to defining the contents of the Guide"Rediscovering the Lost Crafts: didactic and inclusive practice to fight school failure, early school leaving and dropping out”.
Themed workshops are going to be one of the major activities to be completed in the 2nd year of the project. As such, the most important outcomes produced so far are
- the Guide containing the conclusions about the current needs of the target groups and several techniques to promote creativity and an entrepreneurial spirit;
- a short documentary on Traditional Arts and Crafts.
After the realization of the workshops and the development of the final version of the Guide and of the documentary, an Event to present all the consortium's outcomes implemented in all partner‘s countries will be promoted to present the project‘s results, to experience some of the techniques used at the workshops and also to distribute the final products of the project.
Through the project, we are proposing:
* to improve school success and motivation
* to fight against school failure and absenteeism
* to decrease anti-social behavior
* to increase motivation of the students
* to create growth in extracurricular activities
* to help young people to better understand their history and their environment
* to promote innovation of trades and crafts
* to create a learning community based on training between three European realities
* to have result in fewer learning and behavior problems
* to inform parents and community on the importance of education.
Results. The main tangible results of the project are:
1. Guide "Rediscovering the Lost Crafts: didactic and inclusive practice to fight out”;
school failure, early school leaving and dropping
2. A short documentary on Traditional Arts and Crafts.
School year 2018-19
- M1 Transnational project meeting 10 to 15 December 2018 Italy
- C1 Staff training events 7 to 14 April 2019 Italy
- M2 Transnational project meeting April 2019 Hungary
School year 2019-20
- C2 Staff training events September 2019 Hungary
- M3 Transnational project meeting October 2019 Greece
- C3 Staff training events December 2019 Greece
- M4 Transnational project meeting March 2020 Italy
- M5 Transnational project meeting July 2020 Greece
For M, 2 persons per organisation
For C, 3 persons per organisation