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Conference fee + hotel two nights + full board € 460
Conference fee + lunch + coffee break two days € 75
Conference fee + coffee breaks Free
Our conference is a dissemination activity supported by the new Erasmus+ program.
Targets groups are: Teachers, school leaders, librarians and other staff from
pre-primary, primary and secondary educational institutions & stakeholders and
Participants from the EU programme countries can apply for funding from their
National Agency, NA, before 2nd February 2016
Conference PIC number: 947279206
Contact your National Agency (NA) for more information
You must register your organisation on the European Commission Authenication
Service (ECAS) and you need a PIC code before applying for Erasmus+ funding.
Find a step-by-step guide to register your organisation on ECAS and PIC:
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Educational Development Advisor
Secondary schools, North-Rogaland
"Ungdomstrinn i utvikling"
+47 52 85 73 26
We work in five countries to research, develop and disseminate
innovative, trans-European training and support systems . The
objective is to enhance the quality, performance and practice of
school leaders, teachers and Regional Education
Centres/centralised public institutions in reducing Early School
Leaving and encouraging young people to complete an youth
education. This improves the quality of lifelong learning for
students still at school and their capacity to benefit from it
throughout their adult lives.
Join the conference with funding from your NA
PIC number: 947279206
Education Centres & the best practices to prevent ESL
3/10 - 4/10 - 2016
Our overall objective is to explore and en-
hance the quality and performance of school-
REC partnerships and thereby help schools
throughout ‘Europe meet the 2020 headline
target of reducing early leaving to below 10%.
We aim to do this by progressing a broad,
inter-related set of LLP objectives and
priorities focused on Priority 1.2.4 for Come-
nius multilateral projects, i.e. “Reducing early
school leaving, improving the learning of students with migrant backgrounds
and Roma pupils as well as promoting gender equality and inclusive ap-
proaches to learning”.
Through collaboration between partners we intend to develop and
disseminate better quality, trans European training and support systems for
our target groups of teachers, school leaders, teacher trainers, in all Europe-
an countries. These systems encompass training courses for both the induc-
tion of teachers and for their continuing professional development in relation
to the needs of their local communities disadvantaged groups.
To inform and visualize the outcomes of the Comenius project RECIPE
To inform about and present the importance of centralised,
coordinated actions (REC)
To exchange experiences in how to prevent Early School Leaving and
encourage to after-compulsory-education
Encourage and motivate to include the European and international
dimension in their future projects and actions plans and learning ac-
From the program
- The RECIPE Project 2013 - 2016— the story about the project
Britt Mona Vang, Project Co-ordinator, Norway
- REC – Regional Education Centres empowering school
development, teacher training and educational support
Pat Hanrahan & Rory Mcgann, Clare Education Centre, Ireland
- Strategies and shoes – Can we ever have enough?
Teaching and using reading comprehension strategies
PhD Lisbeth M. Brevik, Associate prof., University of Oslo, Norway
- Young people, motivation and school culture. A contextual
understanding of young people’s motivation in school
Phd Mette Pless, Associate professor at the Center for Youth
Research at Aalborg University, Denmark
- The role of RECs and innovative education methods to the
modern reasons of early school leaving
Dr. Christos Georgiou, Head Teacher, Greece
CAPSIS HOTEL THESSALONIKI
The conference is hosted by
The Directorate of Primary Education of Western Thessaloniki