The discussion will be starting on 28 August (Wednesday) 12:00 CET and will be concluded on 29 August (Thursday) 17:00 CET.
Strategic Partnership For Older People’s Inclusion Into The Digital World
In today’s rapidly developing world, where digitisation and technology stand at the forefront of how we communicate, use services and complete everyday tasks, our ability to confidently and safely use the internet and technology is vital to ensure our participation in our communities and our ability to find employment.
The National Adult Literacy Agency (NALA) invites tender submissions from experienced innovation design, digital learning and EdTech agencies to design, develop and support an online assessment tool for the ERASMUS+ Check-In-Take-Off (CITO) project. The online assessment tool will be used by members of the public to assess their literacy, numeracy and digital skills and will allow them to look at their readiness to learn and learning goals.
Educational institutions and sport and youth associations in the Reykjanes Peninsula (south-west Iceland) are key-stakeholders in the government-led action-plan aimed at strengthening the area, following the bancruptcy of the airline WOW-Air in the spring. As a follow-up of a meeting on labour and educational issues between Education Minister, Ms. Lilja Alferdsdóttir, and local inhabitants in April, a specific task force was established within the Ministry. Its role is to formulate and gain support for an action-plan, built on the vision of the local population and the government.
The European Alliance for Apprenticeships (EAfA) today launched an online library as a single-point of access to quality materials, practical tools and guidance on apprenticeships to help the EAfA members and key stakeholders in designing and delivering quality and effective apprenticeships.
Both the Department for Education and regulatory body for exams and testing, Ofqual, have launched consultations for the new digital skills qualifications. The DfE’s consultation will consider content to be included in the courses and Ofqual’s consultation will focus on effective regulation of the qualifications.
As the continuation of the Capacity Building Series, the European Basic Skills Network presents its second open education resource unit in the theme of integrating migrant adults from a linguistic perspective. The OER contains case studies from various countries (Denmark, Germany, The Netherlands) and also gives an overall view of key policy documents in the European Union.
The task of improving the digital skills of the population as a whole is a challenge in all countries. This chapter aims to show some good practice examples in which improving digital skills is integrated in didactic settings.
1. DigComp 2.1’s descriptors and competences
Descriptor and framework curricula for digital competences are essential for the design and development of educational programs, and also for any assessment of digital skills. The EU’s DigComp 2.1 identifies the key components of digital competence in 5 areas:
EBSN: You are developing descriptors for basic digital skill to be included in a framework for literacy education. This is part of a project of the Council of Europe. Could you please explain to our readers what the project is about and what digital competences have to do with literacy?
Digital literacy as a life skill
The first OER unit of EBSN’s Capacity Building Series on EPALE focuses on designing integrated basic skills policies in general and specifically in connection with the Upskilling Pathways. The term integrated policy is a key aspect to any policy aiming at inclusion. For more information on what is meant by integrated policy, visit section 2.2 What do we mean by integrated policy? of the OER.
1. Introduction: The need for digitally inclusive policies
Condensed basic level Literacy course is opened for illiterate people in Kozan district, 100. yıl Primary school.
Głównym założeniem szkolenia jest przedstawienie możliwości tworzenia standardów i kreowania klimatu współpracy w zespole poprzez świadome działania na poziomie osobistym i relacyjnym. Podczas szkolenia zaczynamy od analizy własnego podejścia i wpływu na proces współpracy, by dojść do konkretnych działań, które możemy podjąć wobec innych, żeby ją świadomie wzmacniać. Jest to autorski warsztat oparty o model 5 dysfunkcji pracy zespołowej Patricka Lencioniego.
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It is with pleasure we invite you to a free half-day conference to celebrate International Literacy Day 2019, 'Literacy changes lives: Why we need to work together to close the nation’s literacy gap'. The conference, which will look at how literacy changes lives, will focus on how we can all work together to help close the nation’s literacy gap and to create a more inclusive society.
ICELT 2019 își propune să reunească cercetători, oameni de știință, ingineri și savanți pentru un schimb al experiențelor, ideilor noi și a rezultatelor cercetării din toate aspectele educației, învățării și formării și a discutiilor despre provocările practice întâmpinate și soluțiile adoptate.
Conferința va avea loc în fiecare an pentru a o transforma într-o platformă ideală pentru ca oamenii să împărtășească puncte de vedere și experiențe în educație, învățare și formare și domenii conexe.
The positive ageing indicators report is an outcomes framework to monitor trends and changes in the participation levels, health, and security of older people in Ireland, at a national level. The positive ageing indicator set was developed by the Healthy and Positive Ageing Initiative(link is external) and reported for the first time in 2016.
This sheet can be used by a teacher or a team of teachers to take supplementary notes during the planning of a holistic course. Use this sheet to help yourself remember the most important considerations.
The visual scaffolding is meant as a tool for joint planning of a holistic course.
Holistic education is an approach towards developing educational courses and programmes within FGU whereby teaching is built up around complete wholes that are meaningful for the students to work with. As teachers within FGU, you all have ample experience planning instructive and motivating courses. This experience can now be brought into play in the planning of holistic courses across both general and vocational subjects.
Holistic education is an approach towards developing educational courses and programmes whereby teaching is built up around complete wholes that are meaningful for students. This case may serve as inspiration when planning a holistic course within basic production education (PGU).
Holistic education is an approach towards developing educational courses and programmes whereby teaching is built up around complete wholes that are meaningful for students. This case may serve as inspiration when planning a holistic course within general basic education (AGU).
Lifelong Learning in the 21st Century
The Guide represents a smart and user-friendly journey across Social Entrepreneurship, made up of 8 steps including tips, key business elements, infographics, interesting videos and educative games to foster aspiring entrepreneurs' hard & soft skills.
An easy-to-use online tool, accessible both from desktop and mobile, that provide aspiring social entrepreneurs all the elements and competences to start their business venture while contributing to solve determined social problems.
The Manual of Success Stories on Social Entrepreneurship tells ten business adventures across Europe that have young entrepreneurs as protagonists, with their strengths and weaknesses, fears and experiences.
Strong challenges turned into social enterprises as instrument of inspiration for young people who want to set up their own business, helping disadvantaged people and involving communities.
You can read the Manual and let inspire.
Halk eğitimleri kurslarının çok kültürlü ve çok dilli bir atmosferde olaması var yerel halk ve mülteci / göçmen topluluğunun entegrasyonunda problemler doğurmaktadır.
Kültürel farklılıklardan çeşitlilik uyumluluk sorunu, iletişim engelleri ve bu engelleri aşma yolları bugün açık alan çok popüler toplumun öncelikli konularından birini arıyorlar.Öğretmenler çok kültürlü sınıf atmosferinde entegrasyon metot ve tekniklerle problemler yaşıyor bu problemlerin giderilmesinde iyi uygulamalara ihtiyaç duymaktadır.
We recently delivered an E+ project where we sent both young and older learners to Portugal on a work placement programme.
As we were anticipating that this might be the first time some of our learners had lived away from home, we created a document titled "Independent Living Guide", which covered Planning for travel, work, etc, but also gave our participants tips on Health and Wellbeing and Personal Safety.
I think this could be improved and I would like to ask colleagues what they have used in the past to support their students?
Material should be developed for Special Education students according to the type of disability. In this context, we prepared the KA101 project. what materials can be prepared according to the type of obstacle / disability. We need your help. Would you please write your comments. Thank you.
Anybody interested in exchanges on content curation experiences for information literacy, research, teaching and learning. Looking forward to further contacts