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Survey on Curricula for e-social work: Social Connections Project

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The specific goal of the SOCIAL CONNECTIONS project will be to develop digital pedagogical competences of C-VET educators in the social sector, enabling them to teach to their students how to develop and use high quality digital content for social inclusion of clients which are housebound because of disability, illness or COVID-19 related restrictions.

Our project will implement and pilot innovative methods and tools for teaching trainers and, by means of them, students, advanced digital competences, such as the ability to access, adapt and create new social and educational intervention methods using ICTs and to deliver technology-mediated social work and community work practices. Ultimately, the project addresses the priority of social inclusion since the implementation of acquired competences will support the implementation of digital-based actions to contrast exclusion and isolation of vulnerable housebound persons.

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