It contents highlights from the piloting phase that will take place in each partners’ country and guidelines for teachers, educators, youth workers on how to organise similar activities with the target group.
The Teacher’s Diary was chosen as the preferred evaluation tool for teachers in the CARMA project and proved to be an effective strategy to support teachers to effectively record what happened in their classes and their thoughts about it.
The CARMA assessment model for teachers is meant to make teachers aware of their skills and what they have learnt thanks to the use of non-formal learning techniques in their classroom.
The CARMA Inclusion Strategy presents a set of recommendations for teachers, school managers and governments and policymakers, focusing on different aspects, but promoting ways to fight early school leaving and increase students’ participation and motivation.
CARMA Toolkit: A step-by-step guide for implementing collaborative learning to increase student motivation and participation.
Guidelines for future activities to promote anti-doping and healthy nutrition as a healthy lifestyle.
This overall report is the final result of the research on skills needed for jobs related to renewable energy, conducted in the frame of the project NE(W)AVE.
The MOOC Platform and demonstration content are further developed; Partners prepare for the fourth meeting of the ASAP project in London and ASAP social media accounts go live.
This Policy papers provides a comprehensive and persuasive argument justifying the contribution of sports, physical activity, and exercise for the prevention, therapy, and rehabilitation of individuals with Mental Illness in the European continent.
The report includes analysis of online survey and interviews exploring opinions on the barriers enterprises encounter in case of employing refugees, benefits of refugees’ employment, competences required by employees’ as well as employers’ training and support needs.
We identified and analysed the best practices on integration of migrants and other disadvantaged target groups into the workplace in Europe.
The summary gives an overview on the barriers and benefits of refugees’ employment, competences required by employees’ as well as their training and support needs.