In the framework of our KA1 project training course in Palermo the Health Points projects was presented as an example of making use of gamified elements in a Moodle environment.
13 educators from adult education and universities worked together on exemplary training activities on health prevention for young disadvantaged people with the aim to become familiar with opportunities that Moodle offers in terms of interactivity and the use of gamified elements. They developed for example an interactive video on eating and drinking habits, a map with food and alimentary traditions at global level, a memory on celebraties that have abused of drugs or alcohol to show the effects of the abuse … . This was very revealing and inspiring and helped enormously to develop subsequently the learning units for the Health Points project.
The SASSI consortium is organising its final conference which will take place on May18th, 2017, in Drenthe College, Drenthe, Netherlands.
The SASSI partners will introduce the SASSI methodology of providing age-sensitive training and professional development for updating and upskilling the ageing workforce and will present the results of the piloting phase during which all partners have implemented the SASSI methodology in their training or corporate contexts.
Find the conference programme here.
The Kick-Off-Meeting of LISTEN – Learning Intercultural Storytelling – was held on 27./28.02.2017 in Göttingen, Germany.
In good and inspiring atmosphere representatives of all seven partners out of six European countries – Austria, Germany, Greece, Italy, Sweden and the United Kingdom – discussed ideas and objectives of the project. The Kick-Off-Meeting was a very good opportunity to meet and get to know the new partners and to reconnect with old partners.
Get Ready 2 Work aims to contribute to active employment of disadvantaged groups in the labour market in Bulgaria, i.e. young people (15-25) from socio-economically disadvantaged backgrounds, who have failed to complete their education and/or vocational training. 50 young people will be trained in a 2-month course to prepare them for an internship either in Bulgaria or, for 15 of them, in Austria. The training will primarily focus on language training (English or German) and communciation skills.
The project partners of the Get Ready 2 Work project (funded by the Bulgarian ESF) met for a study visit in Vienna, Austria. The aim was Continue reading
End of September the third transnational meeting for Languages Behind Bars took place in Bordeaux. In Bordeaux at summer temperatures the partners discussed the status of the project, and prepared the train-the-trainer course that will take place in Sofia.
The VITA project hosted the seventh REVEAL conference in Göttingen, Germany to further discuss the fields of activities, services and products that will be offered by the REVEAL network.
We started with a look back on the latest developments. These are: Continue reading
The CLIMES project finished with a wonderful two-day event in Stockholm, where all partner schools and the two award winning teams met in the hosting school, the Värmdö Gymnasium. The event was a very good ending to a project that has been so rich in experiences and great meetings.
It all started with Santa Lucia on Thursday morning… Continue reading
At the end of October the first transnational meeting and the kick-off of the project “Languages Behind Bars” took place. Under the coordination of die Berater the partners met in Vienna to clarify the work-packages and the next steps for the project. Besides of the Austrian coordinator and BUPNET, partners from England, France, Bulgaria and the Netherlands take part. They have all background in working with inmates, inmates’ relatives or in umbrella-organisations.
Paul Talbot is the coordinator of LBB and has worked as a language trainer in correctional facilities. The rationale of this project is based on the high numbers of foreign national prisoners in European prisons. Continue reading