Orientation, gaming and technology: a workshop to support teacher in training for career guide choices having fun

Why this workshop?

The ERASMUS+ KA2 NEFELE project (Neet prevention in Education systems through positive Future vision Enhancing Learning and teacher Education) aims to implement in curricula of teachers in training and tenured teaching modules to enable training on the issues of career development in adolescence and “support them to support” their students.
Recognizing the function of education systems to ensure a safe space for children students to plan their future, teachers take on a key role in support to the career building of their students.

This workshop aims to open a debate with teachers and all school staff involved by disseminating a training model useful for carrying out this function.
During the event includes a hands-on session in which participants will be able to learn and play with the NEFELE BOX created by the partnership to enhance the career exploration of students through a digital game.

NEFELE proposes itself as an incubator for activities to bring into the classroom environment to create, thanks to the teachers, a context that gives a
side allows the development of the career skills they need for a transition adaptive between educational systems and then to the world of work, and on the other that stimulates the storytelling and planning a sustainable and inclusive future for all.
The contribution of the teachers involved will also be crucial to co-create game scenarios for future uses of the NEFELE BOX.

09:30 - 09:45
Welcome and registration
09:45 - 10:00
Introduction to the NEFELE ERAMUS+ project
10:00 - 10:30
Support students in choosing a professional career: the NEFELE training model
10:30 – 11:00
The use of Tangible User Interfaces in educational contexts
11:00 - 11:15
Coffee Break
11:15 - 11:45
Presentation of NEFELE game: editor and app
11:45 - 13:25
Hands-on session
13:25 - 13:30

June 7

Scientific and organizational committee:
Luigia Simona Sica, Anna Parola, Michela Ponticorvo,
Federico Diano, Eliana Brunetti, Maria Santoro

More info:; lusisica@unina.i

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