EUMOSCHOOL - Emotional Education for Early School Leaving Prevention : OER and Guidelines

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  • EUMOSCHOOL Open Education Resource (OER) is a self-learning platform adapted from the DoE for teachers and placed in Moodle.

The online course is divided in 4 modules with specific objectives:

  • To give an overview on the current context of schools, family & education, the challenges for children and young people and pragmatic perspectives on the principles of emotional education.
  • To learn the main theories and research supporting the development of the DoE.
  • To learn the DoE techniques to be used in the classroom with pupils.
  • To learn how to plan & manage interventions of DoE in the classroom.

The EUMOSCHOOL OER is available in 6 different languages (English, Italian, Romanian, Hungarian, German, Turkish) and it is available at the following link:


To help the teachers who want to introduce the DoE within their teaching, a supporting tool has been developed: Guidelines for EUMOSCHOOL implementation as an holistic approach to Early School Leaving.

This tool summarizes the partnership experiences during its second year of implementation and introduces important tools and step-by-step instructions about how to implement Didactics of Emotions. This product gives the reader a complex and complete overview of what has been done and – most of all – concrete suggestions and recommendations for all those teachers who want to integrate the Didactics of Emotions techniques in their lessons’ flow, in order to guarantee a positive emotional climate in their classroom and wellbeing to their students. The prevention of Early School Leaving is a EU priority which has strongly guided this project during these years, trying always to ensure that holistic perspective which is indispensable to get benefits for our students.

 This tool is available in document in 6 different languages (English, Italian, Romanian, Hungarian, German, Turkish) and in two versions – printed and digital. You can find them at the following link:

Resource type

  • Didactic material (e.g. Videos, books, CDs, Links to external resources, game)

Target Group

  • Facilitators/Tutors

Participant compentencies

  • Learning to learn
  • Social and civic competencies
  • Cutural awareness
  • Creativity

Facilitators compentencies

  • Provide effective opportunities to support learning
  • Provide effective opportunities to support personal & social development

Which criteria would identify your example as "Good Practice"?

  • Easy to Use
  • Supports independent learning
  • Interactive for participants
  • Recognises achievement
  • Provides practical activity
  • Integrates ICT into the learning process

What methods have you used to assess this as "Good Practice"?

  • Participant Feedback
  • Questionnaire
  • Facilitator feedback
  • Report


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