The report aims is to explore the school counsellor’s personal and professional needs of each participating partner country.
The study lays the foundation for the ensuing development work of the Tell Your Story project. It sums up the results of national and transnational desk-based research activities.
This Handbook is a comparative research of basic information about the status quo of gender equality and stereotyping in Europe, collected by the partnership in order to highlight different “pictures” in their countries.
This Handbook analyses music to highlight the potential to reproduce stereotypes in those media and in the society.
This Handbook explores the meaning of film, theatre and acting in a useful handbook for youth workers.
The 5 manuals that are part of “Symbol work counselling scenarios” describe in detail the four main types of interventions with the symbols e some small interventions.
The first module developed under the Tell Your Story project is learning module with a main objective : to prepare the early school leavers to create their own story map
The manual “Sport & Youth work – Bridging the gap for social inclusion” is one of the main result of MATCH project. This manual aims to raise awareness of the benefits of sports as a means of inclusion among youth workers and coaches.
Guidelines for implementing the workshop module are designed for trainers with the aim of preventing early school drop-out through digital stories and maps.
The second module of the Tell your Story project complements the first one. Here, the young drop-outs learn how to produce multimedia content to make their life stories visible.
This document aims to provide guidelines for using the activities implemented during the blended mobility of Tell Your Story project.
To meet the demand of a systemic approach (beneficiaries, trainer, VET manager, education policy maker), SymfoS addresses the last two stakeholders with a transfer handbook, in which all requirements at organizational and systemic level are given for a long-term implementation of SymfoS method.