How can non-formal education prevent Early School Leaving?

Formal and non-formal education can work together
in the fight against Early School Leaving and motivate pupils in their studies. DROP’IN wants to use these two complementary methodologies,
motivating young people at risk of dropping out,
so that they can again become active actors in their learning process.

DROP’IN

is a 30-months European project funded by Erasmus+ Programme

KA2: Cooperation for innovation and the exchange of good practices
Strategic Partnerships for school education

Our Approach

Early School Leaving prevention by integrating non-formal education techniques in the school contexts.

Our target

Teachers and experts in non-formal education

Our beneficiaries

Students between 12 and 18 years old, teachers from first and second level secondary schools.

Our Approach

Early School Leaving prevention by integrating non-formal education techniques in the school contexts.

Our target

Teachers and experts in non-formal education

Our beneficiaries

Students between 12 and 18 years old.

Objectives

The DROP’IN project aims at preventing Early School Leaving by building on the relationship between teachers and pupils introducing non-formal education methods within a formal system, such as schools, with the aim of motivating students and making them protagonists in their learning process. 

To create an innovative approach

by taking advantage of the complementary use of formal and non-formal education methods to fight Early School Leaving.

To train teachers

on non-formal education techniques and methods to be used in the classroom with their students

To motivate and support students

and make them protagonists of their learning path

To introduce non-formal methods in schools

through cross-sectoral collaboration between organisations, universities and public institutions and municipalities.

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