From sept the23d and Oct the 2nd , all the partners of VIRAL for Local communities project attended the second learning teaching training meeting. Ten days to work together to learn how to make a VR video, from the script to the editing. All the video shooted can be seen and tested at the "VR TEST POINT" sattled at the public library in Santa Croce sukl'Arno-Pisa, Italy. Whoever can wear the visor and have a VR experience. People are then asked to fill in a form to express their impressions and feelings. All the collected datas will be useful to improve the final output.
Non-formal and informal learning
This exhibition exhibition brings together 28 european projects about adult learning in different countries across Europe.
After two years of continuous work, our Erasmus+ strategic partnership "Languages, Opening Gates to Society" (LOGS) has finished. Four organizations from four different European countries were involved:
- The Finnish Folk High School, Gothenburg, Sweden (coordinator)
- CFA Catalonia, L’Hospitalet de Llobregat, Spain (partner)
- Jazyková škola Poprad, Czech republic (partner)
- Tartu Folk High School, Tartu, Estonia (partner)
The objectives of projects were:
The second LTT scheduled for the VIRAL project takes place in Italy between the municipalities of Santa Croce sull'Arno and San Miniato. During this Learning Teaching Training session, all the contents and tools necessary to compose the final tool kit will be developed. The central part of this LTT meeting is in any case the technical part that has the aim of making a video in virtual reality: all the partners have learned to use the video camera and make a video and they will bring this know-how to their respective associations and then write and shoot their videos.
Food is a great vehicle for sharing culture with people from different backgrounds.
“Digital Skills Passport” is an initiative of the Lisbon City Council that seeks to demystify the use of technology, helping citizens, in a simple and engaging way, to take advantage of its daily use.
Project Funded by: ERASMUS+ KA2 "Strategic partnership for adults”
Project Duration: 24 months
Start Date: 01/09/2018
End Date: 31/08/2020
In our transforming society lack of digital skills in the elderly population is synonymous to social isolation; inability to access information and services, including health services; loss of autonomy, and an increased sense of inadaptability.
Gaziantep Şehitkamil Municipality opened a computer operator course at Pirsultan Internet House in order to help students evaluate summer holiday efficiently. Pirsultan Internet House is a place founded by Şehitkamil Municipality for public and adult education.The students who attended the course received 163 hours of training for 2 months.
At the end of the summer of 2019, the DIAL project comes to an end presenting not only the expected but also fruitful results with added value. The team has developed an active and demanded teaching platform, has organized pilot tests and actual trainings with the main target groups of the project. Furthermore, the project’s leading partner follows the example and makes first steps towards Senior University in Latvia.
After the borders of the European Union opened, Lithuania has been seeing an increase in the number of black people arriving in Lithuania. It is no surprise in most of the major cities, especially, in Vilnius. However, the residents of remote smaller towns of Lithuania still find it unusual: they glare at such people and are not keen to accept them into their rural communities.
In 2019, the US Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences (AMPAS) announced the nominees for the 91st Academy Awards. Based on the data of the news agency AP, the Oscar Awards ceremony was watched by 29.6 million TV viewers.
#ErasmusDays2019, the EPALE teams wished to raise awareness about the European Union commitment in adult lifelong learning. They created a digital exhibition with 28 different projects, demonstrating the variety of practices across Europe.
Akadamie se bude konat v Impact Hub Praha a účast pro neziskovky je zdarma.
V průběhu 4 týdnů se akademie zaměří na témata:
- Vize a hodnoty organizace (7.11.)
- Budování komunity podporovatelů a fundraising (12.11.)
- Komunikace, marketing a GSuite pro neziskové organizace (20.11.)
- Struktura organizace a nastavení procesů (26.11.)
Finálních 20 neziskových organizací bude vybráno na základě přihlášek.
Il prossimo 17 ottobre si svolgerà a Roma presso il Macro Asilo il convegno europeo sullo scambio e confronto di buone pratiche all'interno del progetto Words4link.
Words4link nasce come progetto il cui come scopo è la valorizzazione della produzione letteraria nota come “scrittura migrante” e la promozione degli autori/rici di origine immigrata.
This October the exhibition of the Erasmus+ Project EliCCon is going to take place in the historical city of Ostrava. Don’t miss the chance to meet the lived cultures and traditions from four European countries - Czech Republic, Germany, Spain and the UK - presented in pictures and photo collages in the famous Michal Mine.
Parlare di apprendimento degli adulti significa pensare non solo ai percorsi formali di istruzione e alla formazione professionale, ma anche alle occasioni di crescita personale e sociale in contesti informali e alle attività di educazione non formale. Per questo riteniamo significativo segnalare un festival che intende offrire numerose occasioni per “conoscere”, conoscere un territorio, le persone che vi abitano, le risorse inaspettate a due passi da casa, le storie di altre parti del mondo, implicazioni sociali e politiche, elementi di innovazione sociale ed urbana.
Started in 2016, the RECTEC project aims at promoting employability by identifying transversal skills and matching them with professional certifications.
The Family Skills project has released a Family Skills Toolkit to assist parents and carers who are still developing their own language skills and caring for children who are also building English ESOL skills. It contains weekly sessions, resources and activities and is free – those interested in obtaining a copy should use the link provided.
This Law regulates the activity, governance, management, financing, supervision and other issues related to open civic universities for lifelong learning.
In the context of the support to the setting up of a national system for Validation of non-formal and informal learning in North Macedonia, as a top priority of the political agenda for adult education in the period 2016 -2020, our Center supported the development of the document: “VNFIL in E
UNESCO’s education programmes help improve lives across the globe.
Since its origins, UNESCO has advocated for expanded opportunities for women’s and girls’ education. The Education 2030 Agenda adds new impetus to ensure that both get equal opportunities, in formal and non-formal education.
Often, the concept and activities of Popular Education is considered as "French idea". Nevertheless, some researchers have wrote on it, trying to distinguish what is Non formal education or Adult education in comparison with Popular education.
This dossier shows different experiences from Finland, Italy, UK, Spain, Greece, France,.... The is a concordance of ideas, concepts and activities. Probably, the most important caracteristic is the idea of social transformation.
Knowledge in science have been treated as „serious“ and solid knowledge allowing to comprehend the basics and laws of natural world of physics, chemistry and biology and opening venues to prestigious professions in medicine or engineering.
Employment Challenges and Training Needs of Unemployed and Underemployed Higher Education Graduates in Europe (Findings from the Reboot Project). The publication is available in English with executive summaries in Finnish, French, and Greek on pages 9-17.
The project website: http://reboot-project.eu
As part of our thematic focus on citizenship education, we want to hear from you – the EPALE community – about any good practice examples and successful projects related to citizenship education for adults.
Valorize NFIL Across Europe is an Erasmus plus KA2 Adult started in 2018.
Council Recommendation of 20th December 2012 on the validation of non-formal and informal learning (NFIL) started an European common process the involved quite all UE countries.
Many researches put in evidence that this process shows 2 problems:
Everyone learns outside formal institutions, but the needs to validate non-formal and informal learning might be different for a migrant wanting to start working, a person that dropped out of school that wants to resume education or an employee that wants to improve its career prospects. Do we need different systems for each of those users? Can we just have one system that meets all their needs?
Do we actually learn more by formalising learning? There is a tendency to formalise learning. The most prominent development is the establishment of Qualifications Frameworks and Accreditation of Prior Learning systems. Both initiatives are based on the assumption that learning can be described in terms of learning outcomes.
Thinking in terms of learning outcomes is not a bad thing. As a proxy, it clarifies what people learn; it focuses the development of learning programmes; it allows recognition of prior learning against agreed standards.