Keep (KEY ENGAGING EDUCATIONAL PRACTICES)

The Erasmus+ program aims to support actions in the fields of education, training, youth and sport for the period 2021-2027. It helps organizations to work in international partnerships and to exchange innovative practices.

Context

As the COVID-19 pandemic has shown, access to education is more essential than ever for a speedy recovery, promoting equal opportunities for all. As part of this recovery process, the Erasmus+ program is taking its inclusive dimension to a new level by promoting personal, socio-educational and professional development opportunities in Europe and beyond, with the aim of leaving no one behind. Supporting and facilitating transnational and international cooperation between education, training, youth and sport organizations is crucial to empower citizens with key competences, combat early school leaving and enable the recognition of competences generated through formal, informal and non-formal learning are acquired. This cooperation facilitates the dissemination of ideas, the transfer of good practices and expertise, and digital capacity building, thus contributing to high-quality education and strengthening social cohesion.

The KEEP project

The P&V Foundation participates in a consortium of 6 institutions coordinated by France Education International from 4 countries (France, Belgium, Poland and Greece) in the framework of an Erasmus+ project. The title of the two-year project is: "Key Engaging Educational Practices used by secondary school teachers to keep connected with their students following the COVID-19 pandemic" (KEEP).

Objective

The aim of KEEP is to share the good practices applied by secondary school teachers during the COVID-19 pandemic to maintain contact with students and reduce the risk of early school leaving.
The P&V Foundation is charged with Objective 1 - "Situational review", with the aim of providing an overview of the evolution and impact of education policy and digital strategy in the four partner countries since the start of the Covid-19 pandemic, in order to identify the factors and obstacles to effective distance learning for all.
The work will conclude with a European good practice report on innovative methodologies used by teachers to keep in touch with learners also from a distance, in the fight against early school leaving and in a context of digital divide.
 

Call for secondary education teachers

Teachers are at the heart of the KEEP project and as part of that, teacher interviews will be conducted in the spring of 2022. They will be recorded and unsubscribed. The content of the interviews will be used to prepare teacher portraits and a list of recommendations that will be published online on a dedicated platform and delivered to (European) policy makers.

Interested?

We are looking for secondary school teachers who have tried new practices to stay in touch with their students and maintain pedagogical continuity during distance learning and/or hybrid education. Are you a teacher or do you know a teacher, do not hesitate to complete or forward our online survey before January 31, 2022. This gives us a better understanding of the context in which you teach and the profile of your students. This questionnaire should then enable us to select as diverse a panel of teachers (and teaching practices) for the actual interviews.

 KEEP – survey for teachers 

Partners:

 

  • CIEP France (France Education International)
  • University of Paris France
  • Panepistimio Patron Greece
  • Instytut Badan Edukacyjnych Poland
  • GIP Formation tout au long de la vie France
  • P&V Foundation.