9th and 10th March project partners of Kepass project will meet in Rovinji principals and tutors of schools that participated to mobility programme. After two months from the conclusion of trimester that hundred students spent abroad, the meeting has the aim to evaluate the project work, discuss educative and logistic aspects of mobility period and to present proposal for a possible prosecution of the project.

15 Istrian students will talk about their experience abroad and will present a video realised by foreign students that studied in the school of Istria Rgion from September till December 2014.

Centro Studi Podresca will present possible innovations in educative sector and will moderate a workshop to discuss positive and negative aspects of the mobility program and help with a proposal for the development of the quality of education. The result and proposals will be collected in a document as example of good practice and sharing of objectives to mature common goals in education.

The program of student mobility Project KEPASS-Knowledge Exchange Programme for the Adriatic School System has brought more than a hundred high school students to take part in the exchange program that had the opportunity to attend a quarter at one of the accredited schools belonging to the Adriatic, whose costs are fully covered by the Project no charge to families. In addition to the schools of Friuli Venezia Giulia, including those participating in the exchange of Marche, Slovenia, Croatia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Montenegro and Albania.

Started in October 2012, the KEPASS Project, co-funded by the European Union through the IPA Adriatic Transnational Cooperation Programme 2007-2013, saw the partners work in close cooperation with the institutions involved, supporting them both from the point of view of teaching and learning that from a logistical point of view-organizational. This was achieved through the organization of workshops and meetings aimed at defining a system for the recognition of students' skills, able to overcome the differences of individual learning paths, for which it was fundamental the  support of the Regional School (USR ) of the Ministry of Education for the Friuli Venezia Giulia.

One objective of the program KEPASS mobility is, in fact, to arrive at a proposed model for the recognition of credits that allows it to be used in other school settings in several European countries. In addition, the project aims to make KEPASS the exchange program established practice to provide additional opportunities for cultural and educational growth for students of the Friuli Venezia Giulia and the other partners of the Project.



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