Germencik İlçe Milli Eğitim Müdürlüğü
Germencik İlçe Milli Eğitim Müdürlüğü is the head of education in Germencik, Aydın. The main goal and duty of the directorate is to handle both structural and educational problems in the whole district for the educational institutions and schools.
The directorate leads 36 institutions and schools in total, organizes and coordinates all the issues related to education in their district. It is a dynamic body which leads the communication and coordination with other public bodies, mostly with the governmental administrative office. They also have a close working relationship with the Provincial Directorate of Education in Aydın.
Himmet Çondur Cumhuriyet Ortaokulu
Himmet Çondur Cumhuriyet Ortaokulu, a medium sized secondary school with 450 students and 40 staff, is located in the west of Turkey in a city called Aydın, where olive oil runs down from its mountains and honey comes out of its fields, to where people migrate from both eastern Turkey and Western European countries because of its wonderful nature, history, organic products and relaxing lifestyle.
Germencik, the town the school is located in, is an immigration area and 60% of the students consists of these families’ children, many of them from socially deprived backgrounds, setting the school’s inclusiveness rate way above the national average. Nevertheless. the school’s active and dynamic staff take part in national projects, renew themselves in line with the needs and opportunities to give those children a chance to improve their lives.
Hasan Fatma Önal Anadolu Lisesi
Hasan Fatma Önal Anatolian High School is a secondary school that was founded in 2005. It is located on the outskirts of Kusadasi , on the Western shore of Turkey. The school currently has 348 students between 9th and 12th grades. The students are being educated under the national curriculum of the Ministry of Education and most of them are included in the group that can be classified as economically and socially disadvantaged. They are between the ages of 15-19 and they significantly suffer from lack of motivation and key competences in both their daily lives and educational lives mostly resulting from their ages. Considering the attainments that they are supposed to get from school, this lack of motivation and key competences create a significant obstacle and, sometimes, school dropouts. The socio-economic conditions of the students are also in the low-middle class. In addition, due to the fact that the town is a favorite tourist destination, their parents work for long hours during the summer months, there are too many broken families and some of the students work in different touristic facilities during summer. This condition inevitably causes further lack of motivation at school and may sometimes result in early school leaving.
St. John’s Central College
St. John’s Central College is a college of Further Education and Training, run by the Cork Education and Training Board, situated close to the centre of Cork city. We have over twenty years experience in the Further Education sector. Our reputation has been established as one of the leading educational and training colleges in the South, with a strong focus on the technological, design and services industry sectors. Our range of courses include Veterinary Nursing, a suite of Information Technology Courses, Art and Design, Tourism, Hairdressing, Film / Video Production, Photography, Multimedia studies, Design, Art, Musical Instrument Making, Mechanical Engineering and Motor Maintenance. Our courses are student centered and most of our students are either school drop-outs or people who could not complete their education for many purposes. They come to our college to gain vocational competences in order to secure a job.
The Comprehensive School 9° Cuoco – Schipa is situated to the center of a diverse district of the city of Naples, and is organised into four complexes comprising kindergarten, primary and secondary; pupils attending are about 1100, from 3 to 14 years. In the elementary range, there is a high percentage of students who manifest difficulty to attend school and the phenomenon of scattering then school leaving significantly increases during the junior high.
The school specializes in the use of experiential learning, given the heterogeneity of the audience and the social context covered by manifest pockets of social deprivation. To fight dispersion and face the discomfort the school participated and won in invitations to tender financed by the Ministry of Education and the European Union.
Osnovna Škola Podturen
Primary School Podturen is an institution of primary education stated in the Podturen Municipality in Međimurska County in the north-western part of Croatia (on the Croatian-Slovenian-Hungarian border). The Municipality is one of the areas of special state concern, lagging behind on three levels: economical, structural and demographic level of development. The school was grounded in 1956 and works since 2009 in optimal material and technical conditions in one shift and promotes life skills, healthy life style (through various sports activities), social inclusion and preservation of ecological and ethnological heritage.
Main priorities of Primary school Podturen are: primary education of pupils aged 6 to 15 years, socialisation of pupils and creating a multicultural tolerant environment in both school and the municipality, social inclusion and better educational success among Roma minority students, the successful secondary socialisation and preparation for the active citizenship and participation in the modern society.
All of the activities in the school are conducted according to the mission statement: Learning for life. With knowledge and excellence against prejudice and inequality.
CPR de Gijón-Oriente
Centro del Profesorado y de Recursos de Gijón-Oriente, CPR de Gijón-Oriente, is one of the four regional teacher training centres in Asturias, depending directly from the Innovation and Training Service in the regional Ministry of Education (Consejería de Educación del Gobierno del Principado de Asturias).
The main goal of the teacher training network the CPR belongs to is to champion educative innovation and to provide training and professional development for teachers from approximately 125 public and publicly-funded schools, ranging from pre-primary all the way to upper secondary education, as well as teachers from every public non-university non-compulsory teaching institution (vocational schools, schools of adults, schools of arts, schools of languages…). In total, over 3000 teachers are trained yearly in the activities organised by the CPR, which cover all aspects of professional development according to the guidelines set at the beginning of every academic year by the regional ministry: response to students’ diversity and inclusion; prevention of inequalities and bullying; conflict prevention and pacific conflict resolution; community involvement; narrowing of the gap between the academic world and the labour market; innovative and active student-centred teaching methodologies or ICT for educational purposes.