EUROWORKERS: Innovation, Inclusion and ICT in school to develop key competences for the laboural market. Erasmus Project

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EUROWORKERS: Innovation, Inclusion and ICT in school to develop key competences  for the laboural market. Erasmus Project
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Project Title

EUROWORKERS: Innovation, Inclusion and ICT in school to develop key competences for the laboural market.

Project Key Action

This project related with these key action: Cooperation for innovation and the exchange of good practices

Project Action Type

This project related with this action type : Strategic Partnerships for Schools Only

Project Call Year

This project’s Call Year is 2017

Project Topics

This project is related with these Project Topics: Entrepreneurial learning – entrepreneurship education; Teaching and learning of foreign languages; Early School Leaving / combating failure in education

Project Summary

The most relevant priority addressed by our project has been the “Achievement in relevant and high quality skills and competencies”. We believe that the project has allowed students to improve and develop at least these key competences: the ability to speak foreign languages; ICT skills; social and civic competences; the sense of initiative and entrepreneurship and the ability to learn to learn. The way in which the project has been able to help them achieve these objectives is both in the preparation of the activities and in the implementation. Students have communicated with other students, both in their mother tongue and in a foreign language; They have used ICT; They have been in contact with the business market; They have developed their entrepreneurial spirit and skills, and have learned independently about the labor market. In addition, the methodology has been based on project-based learning and CLIL to help these skills and skills development.

The sectoral priority has been to promote the “acquisition of skills and competencies” and combat “early school leaving.” The project has been developed under a practical approach to the education and motivation of students in the ages of 14 to 17 years. It directly involves 72 students (18 per country). We believe that it has been very satisfactory, since at this stage, students need motivation and clarify their vocation. This research on the labor market has helped them clarify what to continue studying. In addition, the project has helped students learn more about the demands of the labor market.

The activities carried out during the project have been related to the simulation of entrepreneurship of a human resources company (name, logo, slogan, cover letters, business documentation management, promotion and marketing, etc.). In addition, tasks have been shared between the different countries through the twinspace platform and they have worked together in person during the different mobilities. In these mobilities (in which students have made educational stays in companies) and in transnational meetings, teachers have been able to share different good practices detailed during other points of the report.

Regarding the results, the established learning objectives have been achieved and the mobility has been carried out satisfactorily, giving our students the opportunity to share their experiences and knowledge, carry out “business practices”, approach to work reality and European business, practice of the English language and knowledge of different European cultural realities.

EU Grant (Eur)

Funding of the project from EU: 101460 Eur

Project Coordinator

Salesianos Inspectoria de San Juan Bosco Comunidad Nuestra Señora Del Pilar & Country: ES

Project Partners

  • Savio Salesian College
  • Helene-Lange-Schule
  • ASSOCIATION LA SALESIENNE – LYCEE DON BOSCO