Project ONE Peer review

Area — Guidance

Title of the project / program

Project ONE Peer review

Brief description of the main purposes and contents

Identification and definition of the objectives and purposes of the review. Planning of activities (times, procedures, tools). Identification of the resources needed to carry out the tasks.

Organization of a peer review visit to a CPIA.

Criteria to which the identified good practice corresponds

Relevance to one or more of the 4 identified themes – involvement of adults in training, guidance, teaching and learning of basic skills, validation of non-formal and informal skills.

Reasons why the project / program is considered a “good practice”, in light of the criteria identified above

The presence of potentially sustainable elements, in particular the possibility of adaptation to cultural / linguistic specificities and reusability in different contexts or with different target groups.

Implementing Organization/Entity

RIDAP

Main target group

Adult people in general

Source of funding

Direct European funds

Which stakeholders were involved in the implementation of the project / program? How did they get involved?

Educational institutes of the Ridap National Network and Training Center FORMA.AZIONE involved through specific training programs.

How does the practice contribute to improving / promoting the social inclusion of beneficiaries?

Through the possibility of adaptation to cultural / linguistic specificities and reusability in different contexts or with different target groups.

What elements of the project / program could be easily transferred to other contexts?

The elements regarding the evaluation that concern some themes developed by the RAV (Self-assessment report) and PTOF (Three-year plan of the school educational offer) of the institutes.

Other potential target groups to which the project / program could be extended

Students attending lower secondary school and upper secondary school.

Has the project / program foreseen an evaluation phase?

Yes, it has.

If so, what were the results and what actions were taken on the basis of these?

Evaluation is still in progress.

Participation data (if available, also indicate the reference period and the data relating to the number of people reached, with particular regard to those with low education / skills at risk of obsolescence)

Data collection is in progress.

Description of the methods of implementation and any recommendations

The self-report model is too complex and difficult to adapt to the reality of a school evaluation procedure.

Project / program website or other online reference resources

www.cpialaquila.edu.it