Research

Below you can find some of the background research on which the project's understanding of collaborative teaching and learning is based. As new research on the topic emerges, we will update this section.

Please contact us at info-colab@eun.org if you are working in this area or have suggestions of relevant research we could make available here.

 

Results of the CARMA project

CARMA – RMA and other non-formal learning methods for student’s motivation is a two-and-a-half-year initiative that started in January 2016 and is funded by the ERASMUS+ Programme and coordinated by CESIE.

Early  School  Leaving – Statistics,  Policies  and  Good  Practices in Collaborative Learning

This report is a result of an in depth research study for the project CARMA, carried out across 7 European countries (Italy, Spain, France, Portugal, Turkey, Belgium and Austria), concerning statistics and policies regards early school leaving, existing national frameworks for the assessment of teacher competences, benchmarks used and applied standards and collection of good practices in collaborative learning in schools.

Collaborative teaching and learning in school education - Needs Analysis Report

This report provides the summary of the results from an extensive Needs Analysis Survey carried out as part of the research activity for the project CARMA, across Italy, Spain, France, Portugal, Turkey, Belgium and Austria. The report collects data from 1225 respondents involving teachers, students, parents and stakeholders on collaborative teaching and learning within school education. The report explores the real needs and quantifies these needs to gain a deeper knowledge on how to adapt the non-formal learning methods (to be introduced during the piloting phase) to each community and respective school system.

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