TICS

TICS

TIC dans l'accompagnement Socio-éducatif pour combattre le décrochage scolaire

Reference number:2015-1-FR01-KA020-015032

Project file

Project file

Title: TIC dans l'accompagnement Socio-éducatif pour combattre le décrochage scolaire

Reference number: 2015-1-FR01-KA020-015032

Partner countries:  France, Netherlands, Italy, Belgium, Portugal, Slovakia

Duration:   2 years (2015-2017)

 

Objectives:

 

  • to help young people discover that it is possible to use ICTs and online networks of finding a different way on the canvas also people willing to listen and resources to accompany them. It will sensitize them to find a better balance between their virtual activities and those of everyday life, because being contactable at all times (cyber addiction) increases the risk of depression and dropping out.
  • to train professionals to meet with young people in an environment other than "on the street". It imposes to change their current vision of ICT and raise awareness in the digital impact on the world and they accompany the young "to end the digital divide."

 

 

Outcomes:

 

  • Young digital natives consumer perceptions and practices
  • "Young Digital", tools to educate youth about the risks of digital addictions
  • Socio-educational uses of information and communications technology
  • "Fostering the digital, it is possible", awareness tools and proposals for better integration of ICTs in supporting young dropouts
  • Project website and online community
  • Education Pack "ICT in socio-educational support to combat early school leaving"

 

 

School dropout, lack of motivation, exclusion from school and behavior problems have become major topics of concern in our European countries. In Europe, the rate of early school leaving (ESL - early school leaving) is around 13.5%, but the European Union has a target to reduce the proportion, by reducing it to 10% by 2020. Even the dropout phenomenon is international, each country has an approach for solving the problem. Although all countries have seen this rate decrease over the last ten years, significant disparities are recorded from one country to another (early exits are more frequent in southern Europe, to the north and the east,) as a region to another within the same country.

 

The project TICS is at the confluence of the European objectives on employment, innovation, education and social inclusion. It aims to develop methods of operating addressing education professionals, social workers, experts in integration and to all who are concerned with social issues, including school dropout and exclusion social.

 

From the issue of the fight against absenteeism and the dropout, the TICS project focuses on the place of the coaching professionals to social/professional integration or mobility of public seekers areas of employment, access to rights, health, housing, citizenship or a vocational training course. It starts from the premise that the two previously separate fields, the field of education and training throughout life and social field, converge.

 

The project TICS offers professionals a new approach to meet and listen to these young people who are less numerous in the streets and increasingly on the canvas. Social networking seems to have a young unveiling in power and can be tools to deepen the ties with the youth of 16-24 years welcomed as part of a socio-educational support and training.

Meetings

Meetings

Outcomes

Outcomes

 

 

 

Dissemination

Dissemination

  • Multiplier events
    • Local seminar “How to help our local digitals” organized in Assen, the Netherlands, on 2nd of June 2016
    • Final conference ICT in social-educational support services to fight early school leaving” organised in Zuidlaren, the Netherlands, on 25th of April 2017

 

 

This project has been funded with support from the European Commission, Erasmus+ Programme 2014-2020, KA2 Strategic Partnership.