Students will:
– do some research about the current state of affairs regarding social exclusion in their countries
– brainstorm, discuss and decide on the activities they are going to design
– make a budget and draw the timeline of the implementation
– establish the relevant criteria to evaluate their project
– implement the projects at their partner schools
– disseminate the results of their SI projects

Hence, the project will cover the needs of the following target groups:
– Teachers (including academic staff) will benefit from the project because they will attend workshops on PBL, 21st century skills and different models of implementation regarding social inclusion.
– Students will have the chance to practise the PBL approach and, thus, enrich their 21st century skills. They will also grow more socially aware and proactive.
– Schools and universities will also benefit from the workshops which will be disseminated to all the school staff. Besides, the SI projects created by the participating students will be implemented at the schools and all the school community will become more sensitive to the others’ needs, especially towards the marginalised groups who are even more vulnerable
-Teacher candidates at partner universities will benefit from project because the project outputs ( outcomes, visits, workshops and observations during mobilities) will be used as course materials to imporve teacher training programs in EU standards.
– And, finally, groups at risk of exclusion will have a better chance to be accepted in a fairer society.