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This is the presentation of the ADEPPT LdV TOI ES we madeup during the meeting in Amsterdam - 29-30/11/2011

This is the presentation of the ADEPPT LdV TOI ES we madeup during the meeting in Amsterdam - 29-30/11/2011

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    • Kick off Meeting 29-30 November 2011, Amsterdam
      • ADEPTT project eligibility period and budget :
      • 1 Oct. 2011 - 3
      • 0 Sept. 2013
      • Budget: 389,145.00 EUR
      • Grant: 272 , 010.72 EUR
      • 13 institutions from 8 EU countries
      • ET 2020, the new strategic framework for European cooperation in education and training points out the need to foster entrepreneurship , along with creativity and innovation, in all forms of learning irrespective of education level. This is the last of a large number of policies, recommendations and papers advocating for the inclusion of enterprise in education, and there is a pressing need to go beyond the theoretical talk and provide concrete examples of how to implement enterprise in the classroom (Ruskovaara, Ikävalko, 2007).
      • -> ADEPTT, Acknowledging and Developing Entrepreneurial Practice in Teacher Training aims to CREATE A STRATEGIC EU MODEL TO PROMOTE TEACHER TRAINING IN ENTREPRENEURSHIP as a means to develop entrepreneurial mindsets in European young people and thus, socio-economic and local/regional development.
      BACKGROUND
        • ADEPTT aims at:
        • Increasing the level of attention on the role of teachers as key stakeholders with the potential to generate awareness, commitment and enthusiasm of EU students regarding entrepreneurial issues;
        • Promoting mutual understanding towards joint strategies among the key EU stakeholders working in teacher training to foster entrepreneurship;
        • Identifying, adapting and validating a teacher training model establishing a community of key stakeholders to support the current policy agenda.
      PROJECT AIMS
    • PROJECT SPECIFIC OBJECTIVES
        • To identify existing good practices in the field;
        • To design a training model for EU teachers to train EU students - including a set of ready-to-use tools and techniques for entrepreneurial learning that teachers can directly apply in their classroom;
        • To design sound self-assessment of teaching practice, paving the way for a change in the teacher’s mindset and confidence;
        • To improve the skills of EU teachers by testing a specific training model in the countries involved;
        • To design and develop specific activities (thematic workshops in key events) intended to consolidate the model , raise awareness, create a sense of belonging between all stakeholders involved and sustain the project activities;
        • To exploit the project activities promoting through the dissemination of the approach and model proposed;
        • To put in place all the necessary measures to ensure effective project management and the necessary internal and external evaluation measures.
        • The transfer of innovation will be mainly geographical, from the materials selected in the frame of WP2. We start from the results from one partner, GdBK Foundation (Enschede, the Netherlands), but these materials will be enriched with the materials from other partners participating in ADEPTT as many partners have experience in implementing teacher training courses on entrepreneurship.
        • The training model will be piloted in ES (Asturias), PT (Porto), UK (Wales), DE (Berlin), NO (Trondheim), Iceland and BE (Brussels-Leuven area).
      FOCUS - TRANSFER OF INNOVATION
    • PROJECT ORGANISATION IN WORK PACKAGES, DURATION, EXPECTED RESULTS AND WP LEADER
      • Task1.1: Network Coordination Meetings (Valle del Nalón-ES, Amsterdam/Enschede-NL, Brussels, BE and Berlin, DE)
      • T1.2: Setting up and maintenance of collaboration tools
      • T1.3: Signing Partner Agreement
      • T1.4: Management reporting
      • T1.5: Attendance at EC Coordinators’ meetings
      WP1: Project Management
      • T2.1 Desk Research on Entrepreneurial Education and Training in the participating countries and at EU level.
      • T2.2 Definition of survey targets, design of the questionnaire and running of survey focusing on teachers learning needs regarding Entrepreneurial Education and Training
      • T2.3 Design and implementation of a general activity to identify analyse the current experiences/good practices on teacher training to foster entrepreneurship.
      • T2.4 Analysis of survey and good practice results
      WP2: OVERVIEW AND IDENTIFICATION OF TRAINING TO BE TRANSFERRED
      • T.3.1 Analysis of the materials finally selected under WP2
      • T.3.2. Identification of conditions for transferability
      • T.3.3 Design of a training model
      • T.3.4 Translation and adaptation of the course content taking into account cultural and legal frameworks . The partners from ES, PT, UK (Wales), DE, IS and BE will adapt and translate the courses to their contexts and will plan forward (timing, teaching staff, teachers involved in training, evaluation etc) the pilot experience that will be carried out as part of the following WP.
      WP3: DESIGN OF THE TRAINING MODEL
      • T4.1 Piloting of Courses
      • T4.2 Iterative Improvement of the model: Focus groups
      • T4.3 Translation of the final version of the model
      • T4.4 Certification & Mapping
      • T4.5 Publication
      WP4: PILOT COURSE
      • T 5.1 Definition of a Quality Plan
      • T 5.2 Periodic Status Reports
      • T 5.3 Peer Review of Research
      • T 5.4 Monitoring of Intra-WP Quality Procedures
      WP5: QUALITY AND EVALUATION
      • T6.1 Dissemination and sustainability Planning
      • T6.2 Creation and Maintenance of the Website
      • T6.3 Publication of project materials transferred in all the project languages
      • T6.4 Presentation at Events
      • T6.5 Promotion of Project
      • T6.6 Monitoring of Dissemination
      • T6.7 Formulation of Key Policy Messages
      WP6: DISSEMINATION AND MAINSTREAMING OF RESULTS
    • TIPS FOR MANAGEMENT AND REPORTING
      • We are using as tool for exchange of files and update project information.
      There you will also find, under WP1 MANAGEMENT, the WorkPlan, this presentation and the OAPEE reporting templates:
      • Your turn: