In the school year 2018/19 The Požega School of Economics has implemented the Erasmus + project KA102 called Step Forward.
I papers selezionati saranno presentati nella seconda giornata della Conferenza sul tema delle donne migranti altamente qualificate nelle knowledge-based economies (con particolare attenzione all'ambito STEM) (12-13 settembre 2019 a Bologna) organizzata nell'ambito del progetto Erasmus Plus "EUMentorSTEM - Creation of a
The Dragon Dreaming course was carried out in Ramales de la Victoria. It is a small and beautiful town at the north of Cantabria, sorrounded by nature. During this course, participants were able to learn the Dragon Dreaming Methodology and its tools for the creation of sustainable projects.
This course was a great opportunity for the participating organizations to meet their training needs of their staff and also to rethink what kind of entity they wanted to be, applying this novel and sustainable approach at the structural and project level.
March 8 the Productive Woman Festival was held on the International Women’s Day, March 8 in Mardin, the city of languages and religions.
All the province residents of our country were invited to the Woman Producer’s Festival in the scope of Earn-Learn Produce Project conducted by the Metropolitan Municipality of Mardin and supported by the GAP Development Administration. The festival was joyful. While women's associations and educational institutions joining the festival, women's handicrafts were exhibited and local products of our province were introduced.
How can we shape digital transformation in adult learning and continuing education institutions? The learning architecture of social blended learning formats can help learners work on their own problems and find (digital) solutions
Catalina Qurioz's EPALE UK Star Supporter Photo Competition 2019 entry.
Kaleidsocope training for migrant women was piloted in 2018-2019 in Finland, France, Italy and the UK. The particiapting women came from almost 30 different countries and more than half of them had a higher educational degree.
The results overall were very positive. In a nutsheel we found out that:
1 – The material was useful and empowering
2 – The material helps women during their first steps towards entrepreneurship and to understand their potential
3 – Women liked to share experiences and discuss
4 – These is a need of such courses in the society
Despite European scientists’ high performance, the required progress and success has not been achieved in the European economy. The European Union is tackling the issue of competitiveness. In order to understand the root causes of this dilemma, we need to take a closer look at the practices of innovation management and the role of small and medium-sized enterprises in the innovation process.
Entrepreneurship has been considered a powerful mechanism for empowering migrants in Europe, therefore entrepreneurship and its education received a great deal of emphasis within the EU. Please join us for our final conference, where we will present and discuss the results of the Erasmus+ Project S.M.E. (Skills for Migrant Entrepreneurs; http://theskills.eu/) as well as exchange experience and information on entrepreneurship, its education for people with migration background.
Deux jours pour travailler sur vos qualités personnelles, c’est ce que vous propose cette session.
Être compris, rythmer votre intervention et interagir avec votre public sont autant de compétences que vous développerez dans un climat de participation et de bienveillance.
Objectif de formation :
Développer ses talents d'orateur.
Objectifs pédagogiques :
Zemgales reģiona kompetenču attīstības centrā 15. oktobrī, pl. 10:00 notiks pasākums sociālās uzņēmējdarbības attīstībai “MINI SOCITONS”.
Pieredzē dalīsies sociālās uzņēmējdarbības veicēji un eksperti.
Pasākumu atbalsta Latvijas Sociālās uzņēmējdarbības asociācija un British Council pārstāvniecība Latvijā.
Following a drive in 2018 for further collaboration between Britain and Poland, the Second Polish-British Science Forum will take place in London 19-20 September 2019 and celebrate collaborative science projects and the work of women in STEM. Special focus will also be given to AI and machine learning, as well as entrepreneurship in Ed-Tech.
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This document includes information on volunteerism, as well as information about Gaziantep. This document is actually a volunteer announcement, but it includes how the United Nations looks for volunteers, what kind of features of volunteers usually requested, and working principles of UN. In addition, this document contains summary information about Gaziantep.
International cooperation is part of the work of many life-long learning organisations in the European civil society sector. Nevertheless, many are not yet involved in international partnerships or could not implement international cooperation successfully. However, international cooperation could help the organisations to initiate internal learning processes and spark innovation. This is the general idea of European cooperation programmes like Erasmus+. Some civil society organisations are utilizing the possibilities of these programmes, but more are routinely applying for funding without success or have never even tried. As anyone who has ever reached out for such financial support knows, these applications require time and personnel in order to be successful. Therefore, starting international projects is a challenge, but implementing them can be an even more daunting task. Project managers need support and specific skills if they are working internationally. In which way do the organisations’ management departments support their international project managers? First-time international project managers especially need help as they are most often not prepared to work in an international environment.
The Entrepreneurial Learning (EL) strategy aims to boost everyone’s confidence about entrepreneurial ventures in a way that will enable them to have a full and effective part in the future development of the economy and community. Entrepreneurship is a way of thinking and behaving, it is about identifying opportunities, assembling a team, gathering resources, being positive, being resilient, taking risk, and building for the future.
Tinkering creates a bridging point between a learner’s personal interests and experiences and a broad range of possible learning outcomes. It offers valuable opportunities to engage all students in STEM and fosters a more inclusive STEM education. In this way, it is very much aligned with a Science Capital Teaching Approach: fundamentally, it is a highly personalised pedagogy, which allows the learner to follow their own interests and set their own goals.
A comparative report of piloting of Kaleidoscope entrepreneruship training methods for migrant women. Piloting was conducted in Finland, France, Italy and the UK.. This reports shares light on the whole piloting, the profile of the migrant women and the outcomes. The report has been collided by Inova using the national partner reports.
A new curricula, aimed to help learners to take advantage of the huge opportunities created by Industry 4.0, through the adaption of drone technology, in order to start a new business or to expand already existing companies.
It is a multilingual Learning Management System developed with the aim to equip learners with knowledge, abilities and skills that allow them to enter the entrepreneurial world, via Industry 4.0 and Drone Technology, in order to yield the related opportunities. It includes a course, trainer guidelines, evaluation tools and e-learning platform.
It is a brochure containing guidelines on the Industry 4.0 and Drone Entrepreneurship applied to vocational education and training (VET) students, providing essential information for those who want to start a new business in the fields of Industry 4.0 and/or Drone Industry.
The European Commission, OECD and LEED collaborated to release a 2015 paper that focused on the benefits of teaching entrepreneurship and explains the different meanings and understandings of the term. The information contained in the paper is as relevant today as it was when first released and can be a helpful resource for teachers and practitioners.
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.
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