Work package of Erasmus project activitis


Work package n°1 'Project Management'

Together with our partners, we have defined a monitoring and evaluation plan for monitoring and evaluation of the project. We have defined qualitative and quantitative indicators through which we will monitor whether we have achieved the planned activities and related goals. We also determined the time dynamics of the implementation of activities  and their monitoring. We will monitor the realization of the project results, budget spending, implementation of the dissemination plan, respect for the planned time dynamics, cooperation between the partners. Activities under the second and fifth work packages will be monitored immediately after implementation. Activities under the third and fourth packages will be monitored during and after the allotted time for project product development. Budget spending will be monitored quarterly, and partners will have to submit quarterly financial reports. Partners will also submit quarterly narrative reports. The Coordinator will submit a mid-term and final financial and narrative report to the National Agency. The quality of cooperation between partners will be assessed on a quarterly basis. Data sources will be: lists of participants, evaluation questionnaires, certificates, minutes, photos, project site, reports, hours and time sheets for engaging in manual development, designing and piloting peer support and parent support programs, invoices. Each project team will monitor the implementation of activities for which it is in charge and will define the roles of each team member. The contact person of each partner is in charge of forwarding the monitoring, financial and narrative reports to the coordinator. The contact person of the coordinator is in charge of reporting to the NA. Each project team will collect and analyze monitoring data and store it on the Google Drive of the project, where all data on the implementation of activities and monitoring will be stored. All obligations and responsibilities of each partner will be clearly, precisely and transparently stated in the partnership agreements that we will sign after the approval of the project, and before the implementation of all key activities.

Work package n°2 - Learning, Teaching, Training Activities

The specific goal of this work package is to support teachers, principals and psychologists of partner schools to improve the mental health of adolescents through participation in short-term joint training. By participating in 4 short-term trainings, the mentioned target groups will improve their competencies for the prevention of adolescent mental health because the topics of short-term trainings are defined based on the expertise of partners and based on the analysis of adolescents’ needs in all
4 participating countries. During the trainings, in addition to acquiring new competencies, the participants will have the opportunity to exchange experiences, examples of good practice, confront their opinions.



Work package n°3 - Intellectual Outputs-a handbook for teachers and other school staff

The specific goal of this work package is to develop manuals for teachers, psychologists, principals for planning and implementing activities to strengthen the resilience and mental well-being of adolescents through teaching and extracurricular activities. This specific goal is related to the general goal of the project because the manual will contain examples of different activities that can be applied in each school. Examples will address various aspects of mental health that are important to adolescents. The handbook will facilitate the planning and implementation of prevention activities and contribute to improving the competencies of teachers, school psychologists, principals for strengthening resilience and mental well-being of adolescents not only in partnership but also beyond because the handbook will be available. staff in different schools and different countries.
book mental autora Slađana Đokic

Work package n°4 - Intellectual Outputs - a program for peer and parental support

Developing and piloting peer support programs and parent support programs, in partner schools, to strengthen the resilience and mental well-being of adolescents.The support program for parents will contribute to the development of their competencies for strengthening the resilience and mental well-being of children, because on the one hand parents often do not notice the first signs of mental health problems, and on the other hand children usually want to turn to parents for help. Also, based on the results of the research, we found that students, in addition to their parents, most often turn to their peers for help and support when they have problems with mental functioning, and they on the other hand do not have the knowledge and skills to help another peer. The peer support program strengthens students’ competencies so that they can help themselves and other peers, and adolescents learn best from their peers.

Work package n°5 - Multiplier Events

The specific goal of this work package is to promote the results of the project through the organization of 2 conferences for stakeholders. This specific goal will contribute to making all project products more visible and will motivate as many teachers, psychologists and principals as possible to improve their competencies to strengthen the resilience and mental well-being of adolescent students and apply project products through teaching and extracurricular activities.

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