Project duration: 2017 – 2010

Youth Online project originates from the necessity of adaption to continuous technological and educational changes in the world and also for fighting against widespread educational problems of schools. The aim of this project is to draw attention to the drop out for the students between 15-18 and to set examples of preventive measures.

The purpose of the project is to determine the current situation of the schools for this problem by situations, needs and risk analysis regarding the students and their reasons for dropping out and poor attendance, and to develop prevention measures for the students in risk group in the form of an online tool; an application which the students can use to both develop their skills and make career plans.
The project aims to develop a conscious and resilient follow-up strategy by raising awareness about ESL with analyses and creating an online tool application to appeal to the interests of students. We believe that ESL is closely connected to the deficiency of skills and competences among youth and if we support their social improvements they can be more motivated about their future and about finding a job.
We aim to find solutions for the following: What are the reasons for drop out and poor attendance? Which students in the school are under risk? How can we make our schools a better place for the students in this technological era? How can we help them improve? How can we create an environment to help them discover their abilities and socialise?
The project is financed by Erasmus+ KA2: 2017-1-TR01-KA201-046747