Dream Meeting in Malaga, Spain
Last 26-27 October 2018 took place in Malaga (ES) the fourth Technical Meeting of DREAM Project – Development and Run-test of an Educational Affective Model (ERASMUS+ K.A 2, Strategic Partnerships for EDUCATION, Development of Innovation)
On 26-27 October 2018, the Spanish partner UMA (Universidad de Malaga) hosted the last Technical Meeting of DREAM Project – Development and Run-test of an Educational Affective Model (ERASMUS+ K.A 2, Strategic Partnerships for EDUCATION, Development of Innovation)
During the meeting the it was introduced the draft of the Guidelines to design and apply the innovative Educational Affective Model, representing the core Output of the whole DREAM project. Under the coordination of University of Florence, Scifopsi Dept., partners defined the methodology to analyze and collect all the data emerged during the training sessions aimed to 0-10 teachers and educators and in the Model testing phase, now occurring in each partner country (Italy, French, Spain and Greece).
The main contents both of Guidelines and Model will be included in a specific handbook for teaching staff, which will be published as Open Educational Resources, together with all the other project’s results and outputs, on the DREAM online Platform. All the educative professionals interested in, can freely consult and dowload them at http://dream-edu.eu/.
Since the Malaga meeting was the last until the final event in Florence for project closing, partners discussed also about the DREAM Memorandum of Understanding, a commitment chart to be submitted to all the educative operators and institutions working with 0-10 children to underline the value of the affective dimension in education and how it is important to create positive relationships between teachers and pupils for their personal development and growth.
Italian Partners (IT):
Clara SILVA (UNIFI), Enrica CIUCCI (UNIFI), Costanza CAFFAGGI, Mario PAIANO (Centro Machiavelli), Giuseppina, FALSINI (Centro Machiavelli), Silvia MAURI (ICTB), Giulia DI FRAIA (ICTB)
French Partners (FR):
Anne Marie DOUCET-DAHLGREN (Université Paris -Nanterre), Didier FAVRE (Centre l’Horizon)
Spanish Partners (ES):
Dolores MADRID (UMA), Mª José MAYORGA (UMA), Rocío PASCUAL (UMA), Pilar SEPULVEDA (UMA)
Greek Partners (EL):
ANDROULAKIS, Konstantinos (ECTE-European Center in Training for Employment, Greece)