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What is Fundamental Attribution Error

Handbook of Research on Didactic Strategies and Technologies for Education: Incorporating Advancements
Overestimation of one’s personal characteristics compared to the situational ones in order to explain the individual’s behaviour.
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RESCUE: Improving Students’ Retention through Successful Relations at School
Alida Favaretto (ITST Andrea Palladio, Italy), Iola De Monte (ITST Andrea Palladio, Italy), and Carmela Billotta (ITST Andrea Palladio, Italy)
DOI: 10.4018/978-1-4666-2122-0.ch029
The RESCUE project (Retention in Secondary education: a European Network), carried out within the VETPRO mobility action funded by the E.U. Programme “Lifelong Learning,” has implemented the school-family alliance under a new European dimension. Parents, headmasters, teachers from two vocational schools in Treviso, psychologists, and a voluntary organization for educational support have been involved in a mobility entailing a visit to some highly reputed European schools. The project has intended to explore innovative practices apt to improve the concept of joint responsibility among all the members of the school community, with a special focus on retention (seen as the contrast to the drop-out problem), namely on the permanence of the students within the training cycles until attainment of adequate educational levels.
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Using a Diversity and Inclusion Approach in Designing Learning for All (in Full Human Dimensionality)
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