One week ago, the second transnational meeting of the Youth online's partner entities took place in Barcelona. In that occasion, together with the other participating entities, Jovesolides implemented an innovative methodology to design an online tool to fight school dropout. This is the main objective of the project.
This meeting, which was celebrated in the Escola Sant Gervasi de Mollet (Barcelona), allowed the partner entities to share the last actions they carried out. However, they mainly focused on developing a participating methodology to design the content and format of the online tool. The online tool constitutes the main objective of the project. The goal is that tThe entities participating in the project are seven for four countries: Hayal, which leads the project, and Bursa Mem come from Turkey, Learnmera Oy comes from Finland, Liceo Scienze Umame comes from Italy, and Escola Sant Gervasi SCCL, Universitat Politècnica de València, and Jovesolides comes form Spain. his tool will be used by youngsters in a way that will prevent their school dropout.
Through Jovesolides' methodology named Solución Creativa a Problemas Sociales (SCPS), education and pedagogy professionals defined the target group's profile (feelings, dreams, support persons), analyzed it, and identified solutions to possible problems.
The following phase is going to be led by the Finnish entity, one of the project's partners. This entity is responsible for the design of the digital support for the online tool.
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