As stated by the Europe 2020 Strategy, highly skilled individuals with critical mind-sets are needed to create the businesses of the future and more generally, to help business and the public sector to innovate their processes and systems to accomplish with the high standard set by European and National Governments. In order to facilitate students’ transition from full-time education to the labour market, contents and learning approach have to accompany individuals in challenging their thinking, practices and routines, so to evoke mindful thoughts about new sustainable ways of improving organizations / networks / society from within.
The SUSTAIN project will accompany participants in analysing different aspects and situations related to sustainable and socially responsible organization, ethical behaviours, social equity and sustainable management of resources thus building up the necessary skills and competences to be a suitable and reasonable employee.
The project is aimed at offering students a better prospective on how sustainable and ethical organizations operate, to learn how to behave in a work environment and be better prepared for their internship or work insertion.
The content is developed jointly by 6 partners from different countries which ensure transferability of the learning content. Blended solutions are more likely to achieve success with ‘millennials’ or ‘digital natives’, for this reason some learning and evaluation activities will be conducted online. This will also facilitate data collection and reporting, sparing time to the educators while monitoring the learning outcomes level along the process.
Assessment toolkit and baseline
SUSTAIN learning program (e-course – tools kit for self-evaluation)
Teachers’ Guidelines for organizing the workshops
Liceul Tehnologic Dimitrie Leonida, Iasi, Romania (The coordinator) ONAGEB.SPAIN.S.L, Zaragoza, Spain. AKSARAY UNIVERSITESI, Turkey. VŠĮ Švietimo ir kultūros mobiliųjų technologijų institutas, Vilnius, Lithuania. Associazione PROGETTO MARCONI, Turin, Italy. Center for Educational and Cultural Development “RACIO”, The Republic of North Macedonia