TRIO Education

TRIO Education

Adressing the rising issue

TRIO Education

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Adressing the rising issue of children aggression by providing essential training to educators/trainers and support for parents in managing conflicts effectively.

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The “Trio Education: Trainers, Parents, Children” project commences by examining the current situation within the partner institutions’ respective regions. This analysis encompasses two key aspects: firstly, the prevalence of aggressive behavior among children and adolescents, which manifests in diverse ways across educational settings, households, social centers, medical-social facilities, streets, playgrounds, and other contexts. Secondly, it addresses the specific professional requirements of trainers within these partner institutions to support parents in actively participating in their children’s education.

In their respective regions of France, Spain, Romania, Italy, and North Macedonia, the partner institutions are grappling with a rising trend of youth aggression, further exacerbated by the ongoing pandemic. It becomes imperative to provide training for trainers and facilitate the exchange of effective practices among parents. This is essential because the aggressive conduct displayed by young individuals may conceal underlying issues that, if left unaddressed, could lead to challenges in their social and vocational integration later on.

The primary focus of the project is on the trainers within the partner associations, including social workers, education professionals, educational counselors, and multidisciplinary practitioners. These individuals require intervention strategies to effectively respond to the numerous requests for assistance from families grappling with challenges in raising their aggressive children.

Parents often explain their children’s aggressive behavior with statements like, ‘I’m not sure how to handle this,’ and at times, they might even deny their children’s behavior, indicating a lack of deep understanding. Several factors contribute to the escalation of children’s aggression. Firstly, educational systems tend to discourage punitive measures. Additionally, some parents resist collaboration in addressing their children’s aggressive tendencies and fail to actively contribute to their upbringing. Given the diverse ways in which children express aggression, it’s crucial to provide tailored support that aligns with the specific type of aggression, individual needs, and parental expectations.

Only a limited number of institutions offer guidance to parents on effectively handling everyday conflicts. Consequently, there is a growing imperative for associations to take on the role of educating parents based on the scientific principles of psycho-pedagogy.

Project Specific Objectives

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To provide trainers in partner institutions with knowledge and skills to educate parents and motivate them to participate effectively in reducing the aggressive behaviour of their children.

To acquire new knowledge, new strategies, new skills to create personalized education techniques depending on the type of aggression, the particularities and needs of each child.

To help partner institutions improve their training offer in adult education, to provide high quality activities through counseling, workshops, publications and online tools.

To develop collaboration with specialists in children’s psychology, with specialized institutions, with educational institutions and the involvement in their lives, in order to create effective educational synergies at regional level.

TRIO Activities

Transnational Project Meetings

The Consortium convened on three occasions at various partner locations throughout the Project's Lifetime!

Kick-off Meeting

First Kick-off meeting took place in Lyon, France between 25 and 26 March 2022.

Second Meeting

The second meeting took place in Granada, Spain on 24 November 2022.

Third Meeting

The third meeting will take place in Pescara, Italy! 11-12 September 2023

Coming Soon!

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Learning Teaching Training Activity

LTT 1 France

Theoretical approaches and examples of good practices. Strategies to build a personalized support. Preventive intervention strategies.

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Learning Teaching Training Activity

LTT 2 Italy

Study of aggressiveness: reasons of aggressiveness, the role of public authorities and of the school; Real cases and countermeasures in local context; Best practices in local context – ICT skills as tools to help parents and trainers.

Objectives of the 2nd Learning Teaching Training Activity

Between 12 and 14 September 2022 was organized the 2nd LTTA in Pescara – Italy; a training about aggressiveness; the full title was “Study of aggressiveness: reasons of aggressiveness, the role of public authorities and of the school, real cases and countermeasures in local context; best practices in local context. ICT as tools to help parents and trainers”

Learnig Teaching Training Activity

LTT 3 Spain

Aggression in multicultural groups: aspects of aggression, causes. Strategies to avoid and solve the aggression of children, at local/regional/national level. Training programs for parents

Continuing with TRIO Education
The third LTT of this project was in Granada between the dates of 21/23 November.
During this training many methodologies were presented from the partner countries. In this training were included debates, workshops, role plays, case studies, presentations by partners, examples of good practices and the exchange of experiences between partners.
The objectives of this project start from the analysis of child and adolescent aggression, preventive intervention for parents who encounter difficulties in raising aggressive children, the communication link between the teachers and parents and the improvement effect on the aggressive pupils.
Learning Teaching Training Activity

LTT 4 North Macedonia

Children’ aggressiveness, causes and tools to reduce it. Bulling as a “tool” for raising aggressiveness of children. Alexithymia – Difficulties in accepting and expressing emotions. Tools and strategies for prevention and intervention.

Objectives of the 4th Learning Teaching Training Activity

The training was focused on two objectives:

  • To acquire new knowledge, new strategies, new skills to create personalized education techniques depending on the type of aggression, the particularities and needs of each child;
  • To develop collaboration with specialists in children’s psychology, with specialized institutions, with educational institutions and the involvement in their lives, in order to create effective educational synergies at regional level.

As a result of this training, participants equipped themselves with the knowledge on Aggressiveness, Bullying and Alexithymia. Based on the comments and evaluation of the participants, the training overall was rated with high points and everyone was satisfied that participated in this LTT. It was pointed out that they are looking forward to the next LTT that is going to be held in July 2023 in Romania.

Learning Teaching Training Activity

LTT 5 Romania

Psychological approaches: parent-child relationship, communication and creativity. Strategies and programs for parents to intervene in a timely and efficient manner in stopping or diminishing the aggressive behavior of children.

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Project Consortium

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Agence Erasmus+ France/Education Formation - 2E2F
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