SMILES Handbook - The publication of Best Practices chosen by the SMILES study visits
This project focuses on the need of both groups to be trained not only in “conventional” basic skills, but also in life skills, a double set of skills that aims to get a better life with few means, to improve communication between and among target groups and other parts of the population, and finally to integrate them.
Therefore, we want to explore pedagogical methods and tools used in our organizations, compare and evaluate them. We need to be sure that our methodological processes are operational, effective and efficient, bringing skills and autonomy to target groups.
Its because of all of above that we aim to formalize them in a handbook of good practices.