New webinar on tackling early school leaving – 22 January at 17:00h –

Speakers: Dr Kirstin Kerr, University of Manchester; Dr Patsy Hodson, Manchester Communication Academy

Reasons behind early school leaving are complex so the policies should include a variety of actions that combine education and social policy. The European Commission has committed to lowering early school leaving rates to under 10%.

This webinar focuses on tackling early school leaving with a whole school approach, focusing on the role of collaborative work between the school and other partners for mitigation. It presents to you some theory and background, followed by day-to-day experiences from the experts and practical tips from a toolkit. Read more.

Join this Webinar on Wednesday 22 January at 17:00h CET to learn more about how to tackle early school leaving with a presentation from two experts.

Pre-survey: Ahead of the webinar, please take part in the pre-survey – answering will only take 5 minutes!
 Use this link when the webinar starts.Please note the time 17:00 CET (Paris/Berlin/Rome time). If you live on a different timezone, check the local time! In case you can’t join the webinar, the recording of this and all other webinars will be available here.The webinar will be recorded and published on YouTube. Therefore, the name you use in the webinar room and any comments you make in the chat will also be public.

Pubblicato da Marzia Vacchelli

Docente di Lingua e Cultura Tedesca presso il Liceo Veronica Gambara di Brescia; Teacher Trainer per la Rete Scuole Ambito n.6 Lombardia (Brescia, Hinterland e Val Trompia), Docente esperta e Media Education Manager presso CREMIT di Milano; dottoranda in Letterature Comparate presso FAU Erlangen/Nürnberg.


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