A D’Basket full of resources

In this section you will find all the study reports carried out during the project t D’Basket – BAsicSKills, Entrepreneurship, Treasures of Diversity, financed under the Erasmus+ programme KA2 – Cooperation for Innovation and the Exchange of Good Practices Strategic Partnerships for school education.

INTELLECTUAL OUTPUT 1: D’Basket knowledge toolkit

The first production is the D’Basket knowledge toolkit (IO1) that represented the preparatory phase for the project implementation, consisting in the collection and analysis of existing pedagogical methods (formal, non-formal and based on successful practice in partners’ countries and in Europe in general).

NFE organizations (Ass. 2050, PiNA, and FPCSD) and schools (Onor, Anton Ukmar, Veli Vrh), led by Tandem Plus, collected, analyzed, and assessed the transferability of existing interdisciplinary pedagogical methods and pathways.

The result is a consolidated report, with three country reports containing a number of practices and teaching methodologies aiming to start the development of own methodologies for the project partners. In annex the tools used for the collection of practices and questionnaire with teachers, and the quiz for pupils, which you can also find online in the section PERSONALITY TEST in all languages.

INTELLECTUAL OUTPUT 5: D’Basket final evaluation report and D’Basket assessment tool

These two documents are the result, together with the experimentation of the D’Basket toolkit (IO2-3-4) carried out during the school year and the Mobility week of the pupils, of Intellectual output 5.

The first document provided partners with the general framework to make it possible to guarantee that general criteria / indicators can be compared and create a basis for the sustainability and transferability of the tools developed through the project. The first document has helped partners organize and assess the processes, outputs and some initial outcomes of the test of the toolkits.

The second document is the elaboration of a transversal analysis of the test carried out in the three countries. It outlines some important findings regarding the experiences carried out in the different countries and contexts of experimentation. The information collected allowed for observations regarding the objectives of the activities carried out and the results achieved for the two main project target groups: teachers / educators and students.

Three pathways on the use of nonformal educational approach in primary school curricula or extracurricular activities