Monday, November 14
4:00-4:20 PM
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First Monitoring Results of the “Tutti a Iscol@” Project - A Technology Based Intervention to Keep Difficult-to-Motivate Pupils in the School Mainstream System

Brief Paper ID: 49671
  1. Marie Florence Wilson
  2. Fabrizio Murgia
  3. Stefano Leone Monni
  4. Giuliana Brunetti
  5. Andrea Mameli
  6. Franco Atzori

Abstract: This paper is a report on the first year activity of the 3-year program financed by the Sardinian Regional Authorities (RAS) through European Social Fund: POR FSE 2014-2020 approved by the European Commission (EC) on 17th December 2014. The program, named “Tutti a Iscol@” (meaning “everyone at school”) has among its objectives to tackle the problem of early school leaving. The program unfolds along three lines of action (Line A, B and C). In this paper we shall concentrate on Line B which deals with the aspects of inclusive schools through the use of ICT into the didactic approach. Description of the philosophy behind line B, and a first analysis of the monitoring results will be presented. Our scope is, by the end of the 3-year program, to identify a method that through the use of technology, will help reduce school disaffection, hence dropouts and transfer the identified good practice to schools.

Presider: Helen Teague, PBS TeacherLine


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