The 7th Nightingale Conference the 15th of June 2017

2017 06 21

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Lola López (Responsible of Inmigration Department)

 

 

 

 

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Miquel Àngel Essomba (Responsible of Education and University Department)

Lunch

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Key note speakers the 15th of June was:


Begoña Román,
theme: Education beyond formal or regulated studies. Perspective of mentees

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Antoni Giner, themeMentorship as a complement to the training of university students. Lifelong learning

One debate was held between different agents who promotes mentoring (universities, families, mentors and children)

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Three workshops was also held : 

1. Mentoring app 

Workshop mentorapp

Power point presentation  of the Mentor app

2. Positive effects of mentoring: impact study by Spora Sinergies
Powerpoint presentation of the Evaluation 

3. The effects of mentoring through a sociological perspective. A study on Nightingale Malmöby Morgan Deumier, coordinator in Nightingale Malmö, Sweden
Power point presentation    and Morgans Bachelor thesis

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Conference day 2, the 16th of June, Experience and knowledge in developing mentoring programs for young people

Two workshop was held:

1.Our experiences as mentors in the Mentor Habilitats project Mentor Habilitats
by Conxi Pérez and Betty Navarro       Powerpoint presentation 

2.Projecte Referents  by Punt de Referència
Referent presentation

 

Next Nightingale Conference, the 8th

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The flag was submitted solemnly from Barcelona, Spain to Norway!

Interesting Research?
Do youth mentoring programs change the perspectives and improve the life opportunities of at risk youth  by Núria Rodríguez-Planas, Germany

The researcher found positive but modest effects, especially for females, the most disadvantaged or at-risk youths. The results however vary depending on the characteristic of the individuals involved and the quality of the relationships formed between mentors and mentees And the researcher means that studies and data collection need to focus on a broad spectrum of life outcomes (including non-cognitive skills) over a long period of time. Only with that kind of information, she says it will be possible to disentangle outcomes and answer the following questions: Do the short-term changes generated by mentoring programs persist, or do they fade over time? Do they translate into longer-term payoffs, as measured by different life achievements?


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