- Work Package No.1
- Work Package No.2
- Work Package No.3
- Work Package No.4
- Work Package No.5
- Work Package No.6
- Work Package No.7
- Work Package No.8
- Work Package No.9
- Work Package No.10
1.1 Study Framework
1.2 Study Report
1.3 Adapted Model Instruments
This Work Package includes the preparation activities for the action aiming to create the conditions for a shared understanding about the good practice to be scaled up. Its results will be instrumental for other Work Packages (5 and 6 in particular), especially the shared knowledge of the good practice instruments for the four partners of the project.
2.1 Translated versions of the Guidelines for application of the Model in four languages (Greek, Portuguese, Romanian and English)
2.2 Translated versions of the Self-assessment tool of the Model in four languages (Greek, Portuguese, Romanian and English)
2.3 Translation of the e-learning course in English language
This Work Package covers all project management-related activities with the objective to create conditions for shared understanding and distribution of responsibility about project implementation and the engagement of each of the partner organizations.
3.1 3-year project management plan (PMP)
3.2. Transnational meetings
3.3. Interim Annual Reports and Final Report
Raising the Capacity of Partners in Three Countries to Scale up the Model (Lead Partner: CIE)
The Objective of the work package is to increase the capacity of partner teams to scale up and support school teams (teachers and principals) in applying the Model.
4.1 ToT Training Course Curriculum with Training Materials
4.2 9 trained partner representatives from three partner organisations acting as multipliers of the Model
Activities related to this Work Package contribute to scaling up the Model to reach out to the broader European context through the e-learning course. Learners will have the opportunity to go through the crucial stages of building inclusive school environment through the application of the principles and approaches of the Model.
6.1. Adapted self-paced open-access e--learning course on inclusive education and the Model in English available for completion by interested education professionals
Quality Assurance seeks to ensure, at a minimum, that all project activities meet agreed targets on time, with consistent management supports and that these activities are validated in relation to processes, application and review which meet strategic aims. More importantly, quality focuses on developing standards, which are consistent with referenced best practice.
7.1. A Quality management plan
7.2. Desk research of the context in inclusive education in the 3 partner countries
7.3. Focus groups with local stakeholders in education in the 3 partner countries
7.4. Baseline and endline of the target groups
7.5. Feedback analysis after each training of the target groups
7.6. Checklists to track how the standards of implementation of the good practice, including self-evaluation and plan implementation are met by the partner schools
7.7. Second-stage adaptation to local contexts of the instruments of the Model in the three partner countries by collecting and analysing feedback from application of Model in partner schools
7.8. Report on the core principles and approaches of the Model for systemic change to inclusive school environment that are overarching across European country contexts
7.9. Feedback of the testing of the online course Introduction to inclusive education in English
7.10. Instruments for future feedback and impact measurement of the scaling up of the online course Introduction to inclusive education in English
The objective of the Evaluation work package is to guarantee the quality management of communication and coordination processes required for ensuring quality project implementation.
8.1. Internal evaluation plan
8.2. Internal evaluation survey questionnaires
8.3. Internal evaluation survey reports
8.4. External project evaluation report
A high-quality dissemination strategy is a vital part to the overall success of the project and crucial to the sustainability of the network in the long term. All partners have strong track records in dissemination activities in their respective fields. Using inclusive education, together with schools’ networks, the project will highlight findings and practical applications which refers to the inclusive education as systemic approach.
9.1. Dissemination strategy and plan
9.2. Leaflet on inclusive education as systemic approach
9.3. Bimonthly electronic newsletter in English
9.4. Three press releases in each of the local languages of the project
9.5. Three round tables in Greece, Portugal and Romania
9.6. One international conference in Bulgaria
9.7. Days of inclusion organized by the partner schools in each of the partner countries.
9.8. Video on inclusive education
9.9. Traces of communication exchange
The second level of scaling up of the Project, after the scaling up in the partner countries contexts, is the online course “Introduction to inclusive education”. The course will be firstly adapted to the European context. It will be promoted for future subscriptions.
The objective of this Work Package is to create the conditions for future scaling up of the Model for systemic approach to create inclusive school environment by promoting the online course “Introduction to inclusive education” at EU level.
10.1. Targeted mailing to the local decision makers in each of the partner countries about the online course available in English language for teachers and principals
10.2. Targeted mailing to the wider public in education via European networks of schools and organizations
10.3. Online advertisement of the online course in English in the social media – facebook and google app
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