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Is it possible to rely on the didactics of the emotions‘ to prevent early school leaving? After more than two years from its start and before just...

At Cheltenham new pathways of emotional education in Europe

The EUMOSCHOOL third transnational meeting has been held in Cheltenham, UK, on the 17th -18th of November 2016. The meeting – hosted by the...

The EUMOSCHOOL OER: a self-learning Open Educational Resource for teachers

The Pilot I of the EUMOSCHOOL OER  has started in all the countries. This online course is the second Intellectual Output foreseen in the framework...

The conclusion of the research and the next steps

In the last months, the EUMOSCHOOL partnership managed to finalize the research connected to the first Intellectual Output: the Comparative...

Training on Didactic of Emotions and new future plans

From 2nd to 7th May 2016 the Training for Tutors as well as the second meeting between partners of “EUMOSCHOOL – Emotional Education for Early...

Emotional Education as a tool to prevent early school leaving: EUMOSCHOOL is started!

On the 19th and 20th of November 2015 the Kick Off Meeting of the project EUMOSCHOOL – Emotional Education for Early School Leaving Prevention...


Emotional Education for Early School Leaving Prevention

New coherent methodology and innovative curricula of emotional education

Reduce the phenomenon of
Early School Leaving

Based on the Italian methodology
“Didattica delle Emozioni”©

Our objectives are:


Contribute to effective Early School Leaving strategies through the integration of emotional education intervention methodology in school curricula for all students impacting on the reduction of early school leaving.

Through emotional education, foster development and assessment of transversal skills and competences among students to favour wellness and diminish emotional discomfort risks.

Increase professional skills of teachers in the field by equipping them with an accessible Early School Leaving intervention methodology utilized through OERs combined with practical techniques and assessment tools, and adapted for classroom learning at any level.

Support holistic collaborative approaches to teaching through networking and events to promote dialogue with stakeholders in school education across Europe and foster the exchange of good practices to address and support children and young people at risk of Early School Leaving and disadvantage.