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Heroic Education: An Educational Project that Helps NEET People Orient Themselves to the Future, Work, and Training with the Skills They Need to Be Successful in Life

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Alessio Castiglione*, Juliette Neil, Gioacchino Lavanco

Department of Psychological, Pedagogical, Exercise and Training Sciences, University of Palermo, Palermo, Italy.

*Corresponding author: Alessio Castiglione

Abstract

Heroic education is an educational model that helps young people orient themselves towards the future, work, and training. It provides them with the skills they need to be successful in life. The program offers a variety of courses and activities that help participants learn about themselves and their world. It’s a great way for young people to get started on their path to success. The program is designed to help participants learn about their strengths and weaknesses. It also helps them learn about their options for the future. Heroic education is based on the principle that every young person has the potential to be a hero in their community. The program is offered in partnership with local businesses and organizations. It is open to young people aged 14 to 21 with the help of the social services of the Municipality of Palermo.

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How to cite this paper

Heroic Education: An Educational Project that Helps NEET People Orient Themselves to the Future, Work, and Training with the Skills They Need to Be Successful in Life

How to cite this paper: Alessio Castiglione, Juliette Neil, Gioacchino Lavanco. (2022). Heroic Education: An Educational Project that Helps NEET People Orient Themselves to the Future, Work, and Training with the Skills They Need to Be Successful in Life. The Educational Review, USA6(7), 268-274.

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.26855/er.2022.07.001

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