On April 5, held a workshop organized by Centro Studi Pluriversum in the Aula Magna of the IC2 Poggibonsi Center. The event was attended by about fifty teachers and guidance practitioners from different Italian schools.
Some presentations focused on guidance throughout life; resources and tools to work guidance in the classroom, as well as the guidance and training for entrepreneurship in the classroom.
The GEM game had a major role. Its objectives, content, operation and associated tools were shelling the different interventions of the GEM project partners.
The 3rd, 4th and 5th of April was held the third transnational meeting of the GEM project, funded by the Erasmus + program of the European Commission.
Among other things, the project partners – Cascaid, Centro Studi Pluriversum, UPCNet and Educaweb – reviewed the preliminary results of the pilot test, identified improvements in the game and specified the latest content to incorporate on the final version of the game.
Centro Studi Pluriversum organized within the framework of the GEM project, funded by the Erasmus + program of the European Commission, a seminar aimed at teachers and guidance practitioners.
In addition to the game, the event will include the participation of other partners in the consortium and the presence of Marta Consolini Lotti and Patrizia.
On 29 March 72 students from Primary School Garbí Pere Vergés Esplugues explored entrepreneurial skills proposed in the GEM project. The activity was led by Educaweb.
On March 23, 46 primary students from IC2 Poggibonsi school had the opportunity to play with the GEM. The activity, carried out by the Center Studi Pluriversum was a success.
Last February 60 Queensgate Primary students participated in the GEM pilot test. A focus group with teachers and counsellors had also performed, who provided their assessment regarding the pedagogical approach, the gamification and technical issues about the game.
120 students from Queensgate Primary and St Peters Academy Pheonix participate in the pilot phase of the GEM organized by the UK partner (CASCAiD). In addition, the test is assisted by 12 teachers and counsellors from both schools.
7 schools have already confirmed their participation in the pilot phase of the GEM. Thus, students of primary schools will discover these seven skills linked to entrepreneurship in a practical and fun way.
After a process of research and teamwork among the project partners, the pilot of the GEM game is ready.
The project, funded by the Erasmus + program of the European Commission, will count on the participation of more than 350 primary school students and about 40 teachers from different schools in the UK, Italy and Spain.