The Mobility of Audiovisual Educators
Fot. T. Jelski
The “Mobility of Audiovisual Educators” project was addressed to the staff and volunteers working for the Cotopaxi Film Workshop Association, which deals with film and audiovisual education, especially through the means of Participatory Video (PV). The goals of the project were: improving the managerial skills of the administrative staff (especially foreign language competences), developing essential knowledge of our educators, and broadening the range of our activities through new methods and tools. The project has been implemented within Erasmus+ KA1 - Mobility project for adult education staff.
Beyond Barriers and Borders
Fot. Bruno Fidrych
This include the ones who have been blind since birth as well as those who lost their sight sometime in their adulthood due to activation of the genes accountable for sight loss. It is them, whom the Polish Blind Association -spearheaded by Lemanczyk- offered participation in Beyond Barriers and Borders project, which is Erasmus+ funded (Action 2 Strategic partnerships). The authors would like to emphasise inter-generational and intercultural experience and learning methods exchange. Austrian Federation of the Blind and Partially Sighted was thus engaged in cooperation.
READCOM - Reading club for adult learning Communities
Fot. Krzysztof Kuczyk
This Grundtvig Learning Partnership enabled to share the experience and develop knowledge through discussing the books, chosen by the members of the clubs. Mentoring and leading the Reading Clubs need to plan how to collect people, how to choose the books, how to define the pedagogical and didactical approaches of using the books, how to train the mentors of the clubs. The aim of the project was the development of reading habits among adults as one of the best ways of making them intellectually and socially active.
AURORA POLARIS – Partnership Opportunity for Learning - Astronomy Resources for Inspiring Seniors
Fot. Krzysztof Kuczyk
On 20th December 2007 the United Nations 62nd General Assembly declared 2009 the International Year of Astronomy (IYA2009). Engaging older learners in non-formal opportunities linked to IYA2009 is the aim of this Grundtvig Learning Partnership. Slovakia, Poland, Greece and the UK worked together to further develop their astronomy outreach provision to enable senior citizens to access astronomical educational resources relevant to their needs.
Building Key competences and Folkhighschool Pedagogy in XXI Europe
Fot. Bolesław Walędziak
The main objective of the project "Building Key Competences and Folkhighschool Pedagogy in XXI Europe"is to explore the methodology of folkhighschools in adult education in modern Europe in order to respond to new challenges, particularly of high unemployment. Innovative is linking the "old" European tradition in adult education from marginalised areas with the "new" idea of key competences developed by EU, in other words: to creatively use Grundtvig's philosophy and methodology of education to improve effectiveness of adult education in our countries and thus foster entrepreneurship and employability of young adults. . The project has been implemented within Erasmus+ KA2 - Strategic Partnerships addressing more than one field (Adult education and VET).