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Synopsis:

This module will give an approach to communication before cases of school drop-out. We will go through the different stages that should be followed; the preventive measures, the early detection and the intervention. In the different sections of this module, it will be developed content related with examples of ways to avoid school drop-out as well as techniques to both prepare and then communicate better with students and families in the early stages of the truancy.

Module Objectives:

Upon completion of this Module, trainees should:

  • Be able to implement new strategies of communication to prevent drop-out.
  • Recognize the firsts signs of early drop-out.
  • Understand the soft skills for a better communication with students and families.
  • Know that the integration is one of the key factors to present and approach the first stages of truancy.
  • Learn how to approach a conversation with pupils and parents.
  • Know how to behave after the conversation.

References:

Domínguez Martínez S. (May 2010, Andalucía) “Education, a two-way street: school and familyDigital magazine for teaching professionals (8). Spanish Federation of Education of Andalucía‘s Autonomous Community

European Commission/EACEA/Eurydice, 2019. Integrating Students from Migrant Backgrounds into Schools in Europe: National Policies and Measures. Eurydice Report. Luxembourg: Publications Office of the European Union.

Gil, M., Botía, Ma.J. y Molina, P.N. (2014) Workshops for the reduction of absenteeism and school failure in the IES Alquerías. In: Navarro, J.; Gracia, Ma.D.; Lineros, R.; y Soto, F.J. (Coords.) Keys to a Diverse Education. Murcia: Department of Education, Culture and Universities [Online] Retrieved July 17 2020 at https://diversidad.murciaeduca.es/publicaciones/claves/doc/mgil2.pdf

Hagenauer, G., Hascher, T., Volet, S. (2015). Teacher emotions in the classroom: Associations with students’ engagement, classroom discipline and the interpersonal teacher-student relationship. European Journal of Psychology of Education

Hippe, R. & Jakubowski, M. (2018). Immigrant background and expected early school leaving in Europe: evidence from PISA; EUR 28866 EN; Publications Office of the European Union; Luxembourg; ISBN 978-92-79-76328-1; doi:10.2760/111445; JRC109065

IES Noreña. 2016. School Drop-Out Prevention Plan [Online] Retrieved 01 July 2020 at https://iesnorena.es/iesnorena/index.php/plan-de-prevencion-del-absentismo-escolar/

Organic Law 8/1985, of 3 July, regulating the right to education in Spain (LODE)

Organic Law 1/1996, of January 15, on the Legal Protection of Minors, partially modifying the Civil Code and the Civil Procedure Law (Spain)

Quin, D. (2016). Longitudinal and Contextual Associations Between Teacher–Student Relationships and Student Engagement: A Systematic Review. Volume: 87 issue: 2, page(s): 345-387. Australian Catholic University

Raudis, J. 2018. 17 Fun First Day of School Activities to Try [Online] Retrieved July 30 2020 at https://www.prodigygame.com/blog/first-day-of-school-activities/

Uruñuella, P. 2019. Prevent the school drop-out [Online]. Retrieved 09 July 2020 at https://eldiariodelaeducacion.com/convivenciayeducacionenvalores/2019/05/07/prevenir-el-absentismo-escolar/

Vaello Orts, J. 2011. El profesor emocionalmente competente. Editorial GRAO

Verburg, M., Snellings, P., Titia Zeguers, M., Huizenga, H. (2018), Positive-blank versus negative-blank feedback learning in children and adults. Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology. [Online]. Retrieved July 30 2020 at https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC6431777/.

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