It will be held in Senigallia, Thursday, May 14, at the Hotel City, the final conference of the project Kepass which aims to promote European integration through the schools. The project, funded under the program IPA CBC Adriatic, in the course of its two years of operation, has launched, on an experimental basis, a system of mobility of students from high schools in the region Adriatic-Ionian macro-based mutual recognition of school credits. There were involved 27 schools, in all the territories involved, which hosted 105 students.

Each school has set up a didactic tutor and one of mobility, for a total of 54 tutors. Also all the teachers of the class councils involved and more than 400 have collaborated in the process of teaching and learning in the seven participating regions of the macro-region of the Adriatic-Ionian Initiative. More than a thousand the number of students of the participating schools that have shared the path of those on the move.

During the final conference of the project, the work will be designed to fix the operating procedures and the evaluation criteria for future exchange programs of students and teachers between schools that want join KEPASS scheme in the next EU programming period 2014-2020.

The project Kepass was led by the Autonomous Region Friuli Venezia Giulia supported by Informest, involving the United World College of the Adriatic (NPO) of Trieste, the Marche Region, the Agency for Educational Services of Montenegro, the Ministry for the Education of Herzegovinian-Neretva Canton in Bosnia-Herzegovina, the Croatian region of Istria, the Albanian Development Agency AULEDA of Vlora and the National Institute of Education of the Republic of Slovenia.

The program of student mobility was carried out for the entire first quarter of the current school year (2014-2015). The students followed the lessons in the host school and came into contact with new methods and teaching techniques and new languages, cultures and realities. They were followed and assisted by expert tutors, both in terms of the educational aspects and for those extra-curricular and housed at boarding schools, residences, collegial structures or other facilities provided by the host school. The costs of travel and accommodation were fully covered by the project. The period spent in another institution was fully recognized in terms of loans, the return of the students at the school to which they belong, with a real added value for the participating students.



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