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Project S.M.I.L.E Supporting Motivations to Intervene on
Learning and Experience
Lifelong Lea...
Supporting Motivations to Intervene on
Learning and Experience (SMILE)
Ref.No 543536-LLP-1-2013-1-IT-KA1-KA1MPR

SMILE
res...
Supporting Motivations to Intervene on
Learning and Experience (SMILE)
Ref.No 543536-LLP-1-2013-1-IT-KA1-KA1MPR

SMILE
res...
Supporting Motivations to Intervene on
Learning and Experience (SMILE)
Ref.No 543536-LLP-1-2013-1-IT-KA1-KA1MPR

SMILE
res...
Supporting Motivations to Intervene on
Learning and Experience (SMILE)
Ref.No 543536-LLP-1-2013-1-IT-KA1-KA1MPR

SMILE
res...
Supporting Motivations to Intervene on
Learning and Experience (SMILE)
Ref.No 543536-LLP-1-2013-1-IT-KA1-KA1MPR

SMILE
res...
Supporting Motivations to Intervene on
Learning and Experience (SMILE)
Ref.No 543536-LLP-1-2013-1-IT-KA1-KA1MPR

SMILE
res...
Supporting Motivations to Intervene on
Learning and Experience (SMILE)
Ref.No 543536-LLP-1-2013-1-IT-KA1-KA1MPR

SMILE
res...
Supporting Motivations to Intervene on
Learning and Experience (SMILE)
Ref.No 543536-LLP-1-2013-1-IT-KA1-KA1MPR

SMILE
res...
Supporting Motivations to Intervene on
Learning and Experience (SMILE)
Ref.No 543536-LLP-1-2013-1-IT-KA1-KA1MPR

SMILE
res...
Supporting Motivations to Intervene on
Learning and Experience (SMILE)
Ref.No 543536-LLP-1-2013-1-IT-KA1-KA1MPR

SMILE
res...
Supporting Motivations to Intervene on
Learning and Experience (SMILE)
Ref.No 543536-LLP-1-2013-1-IT-KA1-KA1MPR

What shal...
Supporting Motivations to Intervene on
Learning and Experience (SMILE)
Ref.No 543536-LLP-1-2013-1-IT-KA1-KA1MPR

SMILE
res...
Supporting Motivations to Intervene on
Learning and Experience (SMILE)
Ref.No 543536-LLP-1-2013-1-IT-KA1-KA1MPR

SMILE
res...
Supporting Motivations to Intervene on
Learning and Experience (SMILE)
Ref.No 543536-LLP-1-2013-1-IT-KA1-KA1MPR

SMILE
res...
Supporting Motivations to Intervene on
Learning and Experience (SMILE)
Ref.No 543536-LLP-1-2013-1-IT-KA1-KA1MPR

SMILE
res...
Supporting Motivations to Intervene on
Learning and Experience (SMILE)
Ref.No 543536-LLP-1-2013-1-IT-KA1-KA1MPR

SMILE
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  1. 1. SMILE research Presentation Project S.M.I.L.E Supporting Motivations to Intervene on Learning and Experience Lifelong Learning Programme Ref.No 543536-LLP-1-2013-1-IT-KA1-KA1MPR KICK-OFF MEETING 16-17 January 2014, Citta di Castelo, ITALY
  2. 2. Supporting Motivations to Intervene on Learning and Experience (SMILE) Ref.No 543536-LLP-1-2013-1-IT-KA1-KA1MPR SMILE research presentation 16.01.2014 Citta di Castelo, ITALY S.M.I.L.E. project research As any project research, SMILE research serves the needs of the project. Our project intends to introduce development of pro-social behavior in primary schools as motivation tool for improving students’ behavior and academic performance. Research till now has shown that the success of such school programs to teach and model social skills depends on teachers and staff ability to display empathic and caring behavior.. Thus what we need to study is the school and parents communities.
  3. 3. Supporting Motivations to Intervene on Learning and Experience (SMILE) Ref.No 543536-LLP-1-2013-1-IT-KA1-KA1MPR SMILE research presentation 16.01.2014 Citta di Castelo, ITALY Main goal of SMILE research To ensure the needed knowledge about the historical and social background of the final beneficiaries – Roma and Gage communities, to measure their attitudes and recommend a mediation strategy.
  4. 4. Supporting Motivations to Intervene on Learning and Experience (SMILE) Ref.No 543536-LLP-1-2013-1-IT-KA1-KA1MPR SMILE research presentation 16.01.2014 Citta di Castelo, ITALY Community Based Participatory Research (CBPR) 3 fields of investigation to focus on: • Identification of the cultural causes of prejudices • Mutual perception of childhood • Adults’ idea about school as a socialization and education environment. Research should be an action supervised by educators and authorities.
  5. 5. Supporting Motivations to Intervene on Learning and Experience (SMILE) Ref.No 543536-LLP-1-2013-1-IT-KA1-KA1MPR SMILE research presentation 16.01.2014 Citta di Castelo, ITALY Research Stages 2 stages of the research: 1. National and/or local analysis of historical and social dymanics that involves Roma and Gage. • examination of prejudices, exclusion or auto-segregation criteria • investigation about children safeguarding (ethnic specifics and common grounds) • investigation of education inside Roma communities (specifics and shared vision with Gage) 2. Search on the field: • Analysis of mediation among Roma and Gage families • Analysis of pro-social theory in a learning environment through the scheme of Moreno
  6. 6. Supporting Motivations to Intervene on Learning and Experience (SMILE) Ref.No 543536-LLP-1-2013-1-IT-KA1-KA1MPR SMILE research presentation 16.01.2014 Citta di Castelo, ITALY Research Phase 1 Goal: Define and present a brief history of the relationships between the Roma community and the gage community in a given environment. defining a place with a significant presence of Roma Community to describe a brief history of the Roma presence in the place, taking into account: – the cultural and ethnic origins of the Roma – the projects addressed to the Roma integration carried out in the place (strengths and weaknesses) – the level of the scholar inclusion of the Roma children
  7. 7. Supporting Motivations to Intervene on Learning and Experience (SMILE) Ref.No 543536-LLP-1-2013-1-IT-KA1-KA1MPR SMILE research presentation 16.01.2014 Citta di Castelo, ITALY Research Phase 2 Goal: Realizing a focus group with the support of a cultural mediator to: • make transparent the main reciprocal prejudices and • analyze the main problems related to the scholarship of the Roma children. (The focus group should be organized with participation of Roma and Gage representatives and “opinion makers”) • Analysis of the mediation realized and inprogress.
  8. 8. Supporting Motivations to Intervene on Learning and Experience (SMILE) Ref.No 543536-LLP-1-2013-1-IT-KA1-KA1MPR SMILE research presentation 16.01.2014 Citta di Castelo, ITALY Research Phase 3 Goal: To realize an initial and final Moreno scheme In this phase a primary school class (with the presence of Roma children) will be identified as a exemplificative target. Researcher will apply the Moreno scheme and ask the children: • to present a drawing of the class • to answer to a very simple questionnaire The results will be analyze by psychologists The tools will be repeated at the end of the project.
  9. 9. Supporting Motivations to Intervene on Learning and Experience (SMILE) Ref.No 543536-LLP-1-2013-1-IT-KA1-KA1MPR SMILE research presentation 16.01.2014 Citta di Castelo, ITALY Research Phase 4 Goal: To finalize the research through • a comparative analysis and • the final report They will be realized on the basis of the result of the both used tools (sociogram and drawing of the class)
  10. 10. Supporting Motivations to Intervene on Learning and Experience (SMILE) Ref.No 543536-LLP-1-2013-1-IT-KA1-KA1MPR SMILE research presentation 16.01.2014 Citta di Castelo, ITALY Aimed pro-social behaviour (1) It is a personal behavior/positive actions that benefits others. Pro-social bevahiour could be developed and encouraged through school program designed to teach and model social skills. Such actions are prompted by: • Empathy • Moral values • A sense of personal responsibilities Educators promote pro-social behaviour by creating school culture where pro-social behaviours are modeled by other students and by adults. •
  11. 11. Supporting Motivations to Intervene on Learning and Experience (SMILE) Ref.No 543536-LLP-1-2013-1-IT-KA1-KA1MPR SMILE research presentation 16.01.2014 Aimed pro-social behaviour (2) What are the challenges? What shall research reveal and encourage? Citta di Castelo, ITALY Pro-social behaviour is encouraged by : • adults as role models (training of teachers) • encouraging cooperative behavior • school pro-social culture Teachers' behavior and school policies can promote pro-sociality at school.
  12. 12. Supporting Motivations to Intervene on Learning and Experience (SMILE) Ref.No 543536-LLP-1-2013-1-IT-KA1-KA1MPR What shall exist/be developed/be studied at schools SMILE research presentation 16.01.2014 Citta di Castelo, ITALY Three approaches can promote pro-social behavior in schools: • 1. Train teachers to integrate values instructions into classroom management - assign academic tasks in the classroom to pairs or small groups • 2. Foster a caring community throughout the school adults can model caring and respective behavior, pair students for ”buddy” activities, parental involvement • 3. Use positive discipline practices – teaching and encouraging pro-social behavior – among students, across all school settings, and by all staff members.
  13. 13. Supporting Motivations to Intervene on Learning and Experience (SMILE) Ref.No 543536-LLP-1-2013-1-IT-KA1-KA1MPR SMILE research presentation 16.01.2014 Citta di Castelo, ITALY Sociometric Test (J.L.Moreno) Jacob L. Moreno defined sociometry as "the inquiry into the evolution and organization of groups and the position of individuals within them." The sociometric test is an instrument to measure the amount of organization shown by social groups through the measurement of the attractions and repulsions which take place between the individuals within a group. This test has been made in respect to home groups, work groups, and school groups. It requires an individual to choose his/her associates for any group of which he/she is or might become a member. It determines the position of each individual in a group in which he has a function.
  14. 14. Supporting Motivations to Intervene on Learning and Experience (SMILE) Ref.No 543536-LLP-1-2013-1-IT-KA1-KA1MPR SMILE research presentation 16.01.2014 Citta di Castelo, ITALY THE SOCIOGRAM Development of sociogram - a systematic method for graphically representing individuals as points/nodes and the relationships between them as lines/arcs. Responses in a sociometric procedure are materials which become sociometric facts by visualization and representation how these responses hang together. A sociogram shows the proper placement of every individual and of all interrelations of individuals.
  15. 15. Supporting Motivations to Intervene on Learning and Experience (SMILE) Ref.No 543536-LLP-1-2013-1-IT-KA1-KA1MPR SMILE research presentation 16.01.2014 Citta di Castelo, ITALY Rules in sociometric testing The Rule of adequate motivation: "Every participant should feel about the experiment that it is in his (or her) own cause . . . that it is an opportunity for him (or her) to become an active agent in matters concerning his (or her) life situation." The Rule of "gradual" inclusion of all extraneous criteria. Moreno speaks here of "the slow dialectic process of the sociometric experiment“.
  16. 16. Supporting Motivations to Intervene on Learning and Experience (SMILE) Ref.No 543536-LLP-1-2013-1-IT-KA1-KA1MPR SMILE research presentation Once again – what SMILE research is to serve SMILE project rests on 3 intents: 16.01.2014 Citta di Castelo, ITALY • Realizing a didactic scheme defined as Prosocial Community Inclusion Model (PCIM) • Realizing and experimenting a model of an Educating Community, defined as Community of Concrete Answers (CCA) • Experimenting a protocol of Education of Educators
  17. 17. Supporting Motivations to Intervene on Learning and Experience (SMILE) Ref.No 543536-LLP-1-2013-1-IT-KA1-KA1MPR SMILE research presentation 16.01.2014 Citta di Castelo, ITALY Presentation prepared by Vedar Georgiev (Eddie), veder.georgiev@abv.bg Expert of ADRA BULGARIA Foundation Partner in S.M.I.L.E. Project Managing WP Research Kick-Off Meeting Citta di Castelo, ITALY, 16-17 January 2014 Thank you for your attention!

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