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Edupris Game – download ready to print package
EDUPRIS Game is developed to be played in any learning context with an educator and a team of learners. The aim is to reduce the distance from the learning experience to create a fun environment and to understand why learning is important for the development of any person. Although created by a team of educators for use in juvenile justice, it is equally applicable to any learning environment and all ages. Inside this pack you will find ready-to-print formats and instructions on how to put together our EDUPRIS toolkit.
Structured Public Hearing: The possibilities of the future and the possible future – from instruction to learning
On the 9th of March 2022, the University of Sassari organised a structured public hearing. The event aimed to initiate a discussion, with various experts, on the state of education and learning pathways for minors and young adults in penal institutions.
Added: May 12, 2022
Minutes from The Third eduPRIS Webinar: The Minor and Young Offender as the Main Actor of the Education Process
The webinar included the following main content sections: Introductory remarks, presentation of the webinar and its purpose, and of the (organizing) location in Kosovo, were ensured by Gary Hill, ICPA. First webinar speaker: Pamela Wallace, ICITAP Senior Corrections Advisor - Kosovo Contractor (PAE)
Added: September 13, 2021
Minutes from The Second eduPRIS Webinar: The Complexity of Education in Juvenile Justice
The EduPris Webinar was held online on Zoom, on the 18rd of June 2021. The format was semi-structured with few short talks and foresaw the active engagement from participants regarding an exchange of knowledge and best practices. The online presence averaged around 70 participants who either listened or spoke throughout the event and provided valuable input from different professional perspectives, allowing for main hurdles to be removed by one’s addressing potential solutions. The participant group was made up of corrections/penitentiary staff: representatives from various prisons; academia (Babes Bolyay University Cluj, WUT, Iasi University etc); education sciences specialists, psychologists, social workers; facilitators; Iasi/Ploiesti/Buziaș/Craiova/etc; ANP; ANP Moldova.
Added: September 13, 2021
Minutes from The First eduPRIS Webinar: Creating Learning Spaces in Juvenile Justice
The EduPris Webinar was held online on Zoom, on the 3rd of June 2021. The format was experimental, with participants asked to contribute to the discussion and engage in a fruitful exchange of knowledge and best practices. The online presence averaged around 50 participants who actively engaged throughout the event and provided valuable input from different professional perspectives, allowing for main challenges, barriers, and potential solutions to be addressed. The participant group was comprised of educators, psychologists and social workers from the penitentiary system, academics and pedagogists, civil society members, and Trade Union representatives.
Added: June 15, 2021
Needs Analysis Interviews: Final Report
This report describes the results of the needs analysis interviews for the project. The objective of the interviews was to identify the different needs of an educator/trainer/teacher who works with young adults and/or young offenders
Added: April 2, 2021