Design my future: participate in the survey to reduce early school leaving

Tuesday 2 March 2021

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Are you a teacher willing to fight ESL and support young people to make better choice for their future? Be part of DesignMyFuture

In the context of the project DesignMyFuture, we are conducting a survey with secondary school teachers amongst secondary school teachers across Europe. Our aim is to better understand how teachers support young people in developing and communicating their identity, or in other words the understanding of their skills, interests, competences and developmental needs.

DesignMyFuture is an EU-funded Strategic Partnership Project focused on developing ways to reduce early school leaving, promote positive decision making and prevent young people from entering the job market with insufficient skills.

We are particularly interested in the support you give to young people from disadvantaged and marginalised groups. This research is a key part of the project that will help the project partners to design a game that allows young people to learn about skills that are useful in different areas of life, education or work.

Are you interested in partecipating in the survey?

The survey should only take around 15 minutes to complete and can be found online and completed by any teacher, teaching any subject to any young people aged 11 – 18 years old.

Click here for the Italian version of the survey:

The survey is also available in English, Norwegian and Portuguese:

About DesignMyFuture

DesignMyFuture – Promoting Informed Choices for All Young People is a project co-financed by Erasmus+ KA2 Strategic Partnership for School education.

Partners

For further information

Read more about DesignMyFuture, see the project website and follow us on Twitter.

Contact Giorgia Scuderi: giorgia.scuderi@cesie.org.

Beyond Erasmus+ project has started!

Beyond Erasmus+ project has started!

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