Intellectual Output 2: An Ethics and Entrepreneurship (E&E) Portfolio.
To achieve the main Ethicsboard's scope, we are going to realize an Ethics & Social Concept and Entrepreneership Portfolio that will follow an individual throughout their school education and will list each student’s ethical and entrepreneurship achievements such as volunteering work, visits to disability and migration centers & associations, visits to enterprises, assignments and projects related to ethics and entrepreneurship etc. The E&E LEARNING portfolio is expected to include also some out of the school activities that the parents in cooperation with the students and the teachers are expected to support and confirm. Such activities can be volunteering work, visits to disability center and immigrants associations, donations etc that require the support or endorsement of the parents. In addition, an E&E TEACHING portfolio will be developed for the teachers that teach Ethics and entrepreneurship. This E&E TEACHING portfolio will document the teaching activities and will include sample teaching material and a teaching philosophy statement in the context of Ethics and Entrepreneurship.
Many activities are planned to implement this output:
- User Needs Analysis A1: In order to identify needs of teachers in the partner schools related to the ethics and entrepreneurship, the consortium will carry out a needs analysis as a basis for developing the project plan, implementation (including a training program and learning materials). - State of the Art Analysis A2: Analysis will take place in order to identify and analyze other similar and related practices applied at national, European and international level. - Design and Development of Training Curriculum A3: After completing the needs analysis (A1), we will develop a training curriculum and learning materials on teaching and learning of ethics and entrepreneurship. Special attention will be given on developing a portfolio (O2) that can be easily adopted by national school education structures in the member states in Europe. - Replication and Exploitation Activities A6: The results, activities and achievements of the project will be communicated through the project website, blog, presentations, flyer, online peer reviewed journal articles and conference papers to partner organizations, all project participants, teachers in participating countries and broader, educational institutions and policy makers and policy advisors in the area of education.
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