Intellectual Output 1 |Study Plan Model & Roadmap to Development

IO1 consists of two principal deliverables

  • The Study Plan Model
  • The Roadmap to Development

The Study Plan Model offers an exemplary sample of the preparatory work and documentation required to be collected, analyzed and processed utilising the DEEDS methodology for the development of transnational mobilities for upper secondary school students.

The Roadmap to Development consists of a step-by-step guide for teachers and school administrators aiming to facilitate the various phases of development of a joint transnational student exchange study programme. It touches and elaborates upon an array of themes and topics related to the various planning, developmental and implementation phases providing a deeper understanding to the rationale of the DEEDS methodological framework.

Intellectual Output 2 |Assessment Tools

A set of proposed Assessment Tools to be employed by the participating schools in the framework of the joint study programme and more specifically during and after the mobility periods aiming to provide schools with the means of evaluating and accrediting exchange students with the necessary skills and competencies.

Intellectual Output 3 |Organisational and Administrative Package (AOP)

AOP aims to support participating schools in establishing the adoption of internal organisational and administrative procedures to ensure the smooth management and deployment of a given mobility. In particular, the AOP addresses four key areas:

  • the internal management procedures
  • the smooth management of the outgoing mobilities
  • the smooth management of the incoming mobilities
  • the recognition (from an administrative point of view) of the experience

Intellectual Output 4 |DEEDS eLearning Platform

The platform offers an online training path to school communities, predominantly targeting teachers and administrative staff, facilitating their efforts in developing their own student exchange programmes/mobilities. By utilising the various intellectual outputs, it provides learners with interactive pathways linking theory and practice, ultimately:

  • increasing the capacity of teaching and non-teaching staff to plan and conduct activities for the preparatory stages of a transnational student exchange programme, via step-to-step guidance on the basis of a tested and tried process;
  • raising the awareness of all engaging actors on the importance and value surrounding students’ skills, competencies, and attitudes developed through their participation in a student exchange programme, necessary in becoming the European citizens of the future;
  • offering tested, tailored-to-purpose teaching, assessment and certification material and procedures for school communities to redeploy or to build upon when carrying out student mobility projects.