After the Kick-off meeting in Ancona, the second working group meeting  between the project partners and the VET experts took place in Udine. The project partners defined a common strategy on how to manage workshops with participating schools. As a matter of fact, BlueSKILLS project, which wants to capitalize the previous and positive experience of Kepass, the “Erasmus in the Adriatic”, aims to create a strong network in order to create mobility between students based on EUSAIR strategy’s principles.

During the first workshop in Podgorica from 4th to 6th October, schools will be divided into small working groups and the results will be summarized in the Feasibility study in order to get a complete overview of the main criteria to develop a Mobility between schools with a common evaluation system.

Partners  contacted schools (1 for Maritime and 1 for Tourism sector), selecting up two teachers per schools to ensure the maximum involvement and understanding of the project scope in the Regions involved in the project.

Methodological approach is based on the previous experience matured in FVG Region (Tracks and Go&Learn projects) and foresees an evaluation of the EU key competences combined with an ideal frame to organize an Adriatic Mobilty system. The final output will be a common understanding among schools on how to asses mobility learning outcomes in terms of EU Key competences, developing a common evaluation frame (for all or some, referencing the Region FVG QPR/SST model).

The idea to be applied during the Workshops is to develop as an exercise for teachers a set of Typical Situation Sheet specifically designed for the EU Key Competence set. The Workshops will be organized in small group of teachers / expert chaired by Educational expert of each partner, 1 per Key Competence. Once defined objectives, tools and groups, the workshop will work on key competences set: expert group will collect outcomes and start drafting the Feasibility study “MOBILITY FOR LEARNING IN THE IPA FRAME”, that will be main project output.


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