The general objective of the CARMA project was to develop, test and introduce at schools non-formal techniques as a collaborative learning strategy to innovate school culture and transform classroom practices.
INCREASE STUDENT MOTIVATION
To increase student motivation and participation by offering
an alternative form of teaching and learning using
non-formal approaches to education and
Reciprocal Maieutic Approach (RMA)
RMA ASSESSMENT TOOL
To integrate the RMA as an assessment tool within school curricula to support them to become collaborative
COMPETENCES & GOOD PRACTICES FOR TEACHERS
To increase and improve the competences of teachers in
adopting inclusive and participatory practices and developing
collaborative relationships in and out of the classroom
To provide inputs and policy recommendations for intervention strategies to reduce early school leaving and increase basic skills
On secondary schools, in general, and those in reading, mathematics and science on an entry level, in particular
Aged 11 to 16 in general, and those identified as disadvantaged, low achieving and at risk of early school leaving, in particular
Moreover, CARMA project addressed the following indirect target groups: teaching staff and professionals within school education, community of stakeholders in the policy making process i.e. parents, school service providers, civil society organisations and policy makers in school education.