Title Developing solutions strategies by finding out students’ disorder problems at vocational and
Project Number 2008-1-TR1-LEO03-01182
Project Type Mobility - Professionals in Vocational Education and Training VETPRO
Individual Participation Not possible
Marketing Text This project consists the solutions of behaviours of problematic students.The results ,methods and techniques coming from these 9 countries ( Germany,Netherland,Italy,Spain,Latvia,Austria,Denmark,England and Poland) have been taken by Turkey.
The Project of Identification the Problematic Student Behaviors and Developing the solutions are prepared as Vetpro Project.This Project consists the administrators, teachers and doctors of Bergama Guidance Research Centre, Izmir Provincial Directorate for National Education, Bergama Anatolian Technical – Technical and Industrial Vocational High School, Bergama Anatolian Vocational- Vocational School for Girls, Bergama Vocational Education Centre,Bergama District Directorate for National Education,Bergama Municipility,Bergama District Governorship, Bergama Private Derman Private Healthcare Course, Bergama Dr. Faruk İlker Public Hospital,Kınık District Directorate for National Education, Kınık Vocational and Technical Education Centre , Dikili District Directorate for National Education, Dikili Vocational Education Centre , Aliağa District Directorate for National Education, Aliağa Vocational and Technical Education Centre.
We need to search a solution for problematic students who attend Vocational and Technical high Schools in our disrict.Our disrict (Nothern Aegean) allows immigrants from countryside, Eastern and Southeastern Anatolia and this emigration causes cultural dissagrement in Vocational Education High Schools. This dissagrement affects the students’ behaviours in a negative way.Because emigrant families’ children go to Vocational High Schools to find a job easly,we have those cultural dissagrement and many problems in our Vocatinal Education High Schools.To solve these problems, we need this Project. Our foreign partners are the public and private institutions from Holland, Germany, Spain, Italy,Latvia,Poland, England, Belgium and Austria.
Our Project will be carried out on between the 2nd of Novenber 2008 and 7th of April 2009 as 9 travel (step) . Totally 88 people will benefit from this Project. The extend of the budget causes a great consensus from the point of beneficiaries, local partners and foreign partners.
We think that the results of the Project not only benefit locally but also benefit nationally.
Utilization and distribution of results
Recognition, transparency, certification
Access for disadvantaged
Administrative and Support Service Activities
Information and Communication
Professional, Scientific and Technical Activities
Human Health and Social Work Activities
Arts, Entertainment and Recreation