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INNOVET- Project Bridging the gap between high-tech and slow learners. ETF Regional Meeting – Schools for inclusive Education in the Western Balkans and Turkey Sanliurfa, Turkey, 4.-6. October 2010 There are presenting: Jürgen Lau, VESBE e.V. & Çolpan Erdem, MEKSA VAKFI.

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Innovet project bridging the gap between high tech and slow learners

INNOVET- Project

Bridging the gap between

high-tech and slow learners

ETF Regional Meeting – Schools for inclusive Education in the Western Balkans and Turkey Sanliurfa, Turkey, 4.-6. October 2010

There are presenting: Jürgen Lau, VESBE e.V. & ÇolpanErdem, MEKSA VAKFI


The agenda

Jürgen Lau, VESBE e.V., Germany

Overview of the project

The relation to the ETF regional meeting

Action-based learning

Conclusion

Çolpan Erdem, MEKSA VAKFI

Why participating in this project &

Turkey‘s experience in this project

The agenda


Innovet project bridging the gap between high tech and slow learners

Project INNOVET

  • INNOVET – Innovative VET concept Car- Mechatronics / Mechatronics for weak and unexperienced learners, especially for youngsters and young adults

  • Project no.:DE/07/LLP-LdV/TOI/14734

  • Project co-ordination:VESBE e.V.- Hennef, Germany

  • Project partners:

    • Berufskolleg Troisdorf, Germany

    • HIRON / CEPO, Sofia, Bulgaria

    • KENTEQ, Hilversum, The Netherlands

    • MEKSA Foundation, Ankara, Turkey

    • VESBE e.V., Hennef, Germany

  • Duration:29. September 2008 – 30. November 2010Webseite:www.innovet-mechatronics.eu

  • Jürgen Lau, VESBE e.V. Assosiation for European Social Work, Education and Training, Germany


    Innovet project bridging the gap between high tech and slow learners

    The fields of the INNOVET project

    Mechatronics in Turkey:

    Engineering drawing and constructing manual for trainings modules (conveyor belt, measuring/controlling/sensoric, SPS)

    Car-Mechatronics in Bulgaria:

    Working on real cars / Soft ware-simulations (EDT); Car complex.

    Servicing motors and it‘s aggregate,

    Bus-Complex in Vehical/ Crossing

    Jürgen Lau, VESBE e.V. Assosiation for European Social Work, Education and Training, Germany


    Products and results of the project

    Products and results of the project

    Project website and newsletter

    Evaluation and pres-selection of existing curricula, concepts and materials

    Testing of the pilot conception

    Testing with the specific target

    Workshop for trainers and instructors

    Information and transfer workshops (events)

    Jürgen Lau, VESBE e.V. Assosiation for European Social Work, Education and Training, Germany


    The target group slow learner

    Learners with learning disablilities

    Disadvantaged learners

    Learners with learning disablilities

    Second language learners

    Disadvantaged learners

    Second language learners

    The target group- slow learner

    Jürgen Lau, VESBE e.V. Assosiation for European Social Work, Education and Training, Germany


    What causes to be a slow learner

    What causes to be a slow learner?

    • Temporary emotional strain

    • Lack of meta-cognition

    • Traumata

    Cognitive disability

    Neurological structure

    The variety of causes

    Disadvantages due to

    Strategic behavioral deficits

    • Economic conditions

    • Cyclical conditions

    • Adverse social living conditions

    • Family-related

    • Enviormental-related

    • Poor memory performance

    • Learning behavior

    • Information-processing weakness


    The existence of coherency

    The existence of coherency

    Youth with migration backgrounds

    School-drop-outs

    Close connection between young unqualified adults and disadvantaged young people

    Group of slow learners

    Lower level of school certifications

    young people with health limitations

    Young adults without a chance of a vocational education or job


    Slow learners and the community s future

    Slow Learners and the community‘s future

    Employment

    Social inclusion

    • Vocational schools as well as SME's often lack students’ valuable resources

    • The vocational-pedagogical competences to successfully teach qualified disadvantaged people, is lacking in the training staff.

    Changing of qualifications requirement

    Changing the framework for slow learners to get the qualification

    e.g. Mechatronic/ Car-Mechatronic


    Action based learning

    Action-based learning

    Develop learners‘ personality

    Inclusion of their social situation

    competences

    practising skills

    abilities

    Comprehensive perception of action

    Action-based learning/ embedded learning


    Action based learning1

    Action-based learning

    • Based on a comprehensive concept of action which includes creative and design aspects

    • Opens up learning opportunities that enable individual initiative, personal responsibility and independent action to solve tasks and problems

    • Places the learners with their individual learning requirements at the centre (and not the subject-matter, or the curriculum, etc.)

    Jürgen Lau, VESBE e.V. Assosiation for European Social Work, Education and Training, Germany


    Action based learning2

    Action-based learning

    • Involves the learners actively in the planning and design of the learning process

    • Supports the identification of learners with the learning subject-matter, learners feel responsible for the success of the learning process

    • Including learners in the planning supports the linguistic and substantive handling of the learning subject.


    Innovet project bridging the gap between high tech and slow learners

    INNOVET

    MechatronicsExemplary module (3-4)

    Car-MechatronicsExemplary module (3-4)

    Futur of trainings and further trainings

    Conceptguidelines

    • Holistic in thinking & acting

    • Interactive learning in social learning processes

    • Methodological competence & problem-solving skills

    • Working in different learning and teaching teams

    • Thinking and acting in systems/ complex correlations.

    Action-based learning – embedded learning

    Train the Trainer

    Jürgen Lau, VESBE e.V. Assosiation for European Social Work, Education and Training, Germany


    Innovet project bridging the gap between high tech and slow learners

    Thank you for your attentions!

    Jürgen Lau, VESBE e.V. Assosiation for European Social Work, Education and Training, Germany


    Innovet project bridging the gap between high tech and slow learners

    INNOVET- Project

    Turkey’s experience in the Leonardo da Vinci Transfer of Innovation Project

    ETF Regional Meeting – Schools for inclusive Education in the Western Balkans and Turkey Sanliurfa, Turkey, 4.-6. October 2010

    There are presenting: Jürgen Lau, VESBE e.V. & ÇolpanErdem, MEKSA VAKFI


    The agenda1

    The agenda

    Jürgen Lau, VESBE e.V., Germany

    Overview of the Project

    The relation to the ETF regional meeting

    Action-based learning

    Conclusions

    Çolpan Erdem, MEKSA VAKFI

    Why participating in this project &

    Turkey‘s experience in this project


    Meksa vakfi

    MEKSA VAKFI

    25 years experiences of Vocational Trainings

    40 kind of different branches in 23 training centers

    25% marginalised group of 5000 trainees each year

    Çolpan Erdem, MEKSA VAKFI, Turkey


    Why innovet project is so important for meksa

    WHY INNOVET PROJECT IS SO IMPORTANT FOR MEKSA ?

    The mechatronics field is expanding very fastly

    Mechatronics qualified personals are needed

    Çolpan Erdem, MEKSA VAKFI, Turkey


    Participation of meksa

    Participation of MEKSA

    Analysed process of Mechatronics in Turkey

    Hold meetings with 23 automotive champers, 4 universities, 8 high schools for making analysis

    Helped partners to develop concepts, curricula, materials, media, learning arrangements

    Translated concepts and materials into turkish

    Çolpan Erdem, MEKSA VAKFI, Turkey


    Participation of meksa1

    Hold meetings with Trainers and informed them about slow learners and embedded learnings.

    Adaptation of modules to Turkey (with translators and trainers)

    Testing mechatronics modules in 4 training center with trainees.

    Will write a report of testing materials

    Participation of MEKSA

    Çolpan Erdem, MEKSA VAKFI, Turkey


    Participation of meksa2

    Arranged a 5-Days workshop

    „Train the Trainers“

    together with VESBE e.V. &

    In co-operation of the Marmara University (Prof. Dr. N. Akkus), Istanbul

    Pedagogical and Technical issues

    Participation of MEKSA


    Contributions of innovet project to meksa

    Contributions of Innovet Project to Meksa

    Experinces about developing mechatronics and car-mechatronics training modules

    Adopting proffesional training materials

    Workshop for trainers

    Extended the number of the target group


    Contributions of innovet project to meksa1

    Contributions of Innovet Project to Meksa

    Meksa is growing with the contribution of Innovet Project ;

    It has expanded technical capacity &the number of the trainings for the target group.


    Innovet project bridging the gap between high tech and slow learners

    Thank you for your attentions!

    Jürgen Lau, VESBE e.V. Assosiation for European Social Work, Education and Training, Germany


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