Our last newsletter informs about the achievements of the project and gives an overview over the resources that will be available after its end.
After an introduction to the project a keynote speech about the issues young people report to the national youth and child helpline by Ms Orsolya Táler, head of the Kék Vonal Child Crisis Foundation presented interesting data about problems young people face in Hungary. Afterwards the project’s products were presented and participants had the chance to become active during a world-cafe session. the event closed with a common luunch and many good conversations.
You are warmly invited to participate in our Health Points Webinar on October 21st at 13 CET. If you are interested, just write to info(at)bupnet.eu and receive the link to join.
Topics of the webinar will be to explain how the Health Points platform can be used to empower young people to better take care of their health and what additional aspects need to be respected.
Two days later an international webinar will take place, where you can learn about the experiences made across Europe in using gamification to enhance young adults health literacy. just let us know, if you are interested to be part of it.
We are happy to announce the release of the second Health Points newsletter. It gives an overview of the project’s progress since the training in January and announces our webinars, which will be held in October and the final event in November 2019 in Budapest.
From 21st-23rd of January 2019 the Health Points training course for trainers who wish to support young adults in imporving their health care competence will take place in Vienna at the premises of our partner organisation dieBerater. We expect 20 trainers from across europe to participate.
The aims of the course are to:
- Learn about the Health Points Project
- Learn how to use the Health Points game with your students
- Get the training guide to assist in developing your sessions
- Meet other trainers from across Europe
We are happy to announce the release of the first Health Points newsletter.
It informs about the developments of the last months and gives an outlook on the next steps to implement a game-based approach to health education for young adults.
On November 8. and 9. the BADGES consortium met for the first time in Kassel.
BADGES sets out to develop a learning and validation approach for cultural and heritage sites that leads to the award of digital badges to visitors who participate in specific learning activities offered by the sites.
The consortium unites heritage sites and public institutions who wish to make additional offers to their visitors, public relations agencies and learning concept developers specialised in validation of non-formal and informal learning (VINFL).
The LISTEN survey focused on assessing the status storytelling has among adult educators. It asked for interests and experiences with storytelling applied in educational contexts and expored the learning needs of the target groups addressed.
Another topic we asked for was in how far the idea to use radio as medium to give refugees a voice is perceived suitable and attractive to be applied with refugees.
The results show that storytelling is far more wide spread as method of education than one would initially think. Also there is great appreciation and motivation of educators to learn more about the LISTEN approach.
A summary of the results can be viewed here: LISTEN_summary survey results.
In the early days of March 2016 the IMPACT training course was held in the wonderful premises of the Escola Superior de Turismo e Tecnologica do Mar in Peniche, which is a branch of the Instituto Polytecnico de Leiria, on the coast of the Atlantic. 25 participants from 10 European countries came together for 5 days to explore the potentials of competence oriented learning in connection with competence validation in their diverse working contexts.
The presentations held during the course can be found in the course area of the IMPACT Learning Space.
You can read or download it by clicking this link: