About The Project
The project REFLECT is implemented in a consortium of 5 partners of Romania (leader), Greece, Poland, Italy and Spain.
Reflective learning is the solution for better performances in formal and non-formal education activities. Young people who are able to take control over the learning
experience are more likely to obtain better results.
The Education and Training MONITOR of the EU 2019 signals out the following situation: the most effective practices that schools can promote include ‘promoting group work and critical thinking’, ‘creating a space for dialogue in the classroom on controversial issues to ENCOURAGE SELF-REFLECTION and mutual understanding’. The same study reveals the fact, that at least 34% of the schools in the EU cannot guarantee a learning experience that involves self-reflection and therefore the entire learning process suffers together with the interest of young people. Where formal education is not well equipped, non-formal education can offer solutions, and this is what this project tries to do.
Creating Intellectual Outputs
All partners are involved in the process - we start working on IO1 on the second month of the project and we finish IO4 three months before the project.
These training courses will be prepared by all 4 partners and will be organized by the leading partner at its premises in Romania.
Will take place in Romania and Poland and will reunite participants from NGOs and also from other types of organizations/institutions (schools, HEIs, private companies, public authorities).
5 meetings will be organized (one kick off meeting, one final meeting and 3 progress meetings).
The project “REFLECT - A Strategical Approach Towards The Learning Process” (2020-RO01-KA205-079615) is being funded by the European Comission’s Erasmus+ Programme through Agenţia Naţională pentru Programe Comunitare în Domeniul Educaţiei şi Formării Profesionale (ANPCDEFP).
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