Interview Champ kickoff meeting was held in Catford UK at 13th of December 2018. During the meeting, the partnership discussed the project stages that were presented by the coordinator at the beginning of the meeting. The partners also set a list of actions that have to be done before the projects next meeting. Continue reading
Project number: 601453-CITIZ-1-2018-1-ES-CITIZ-CIV
Euroscepticism is a complex reality, ranging from economic to cultural issues, characterised by various levels of intensity. The phenomenon is fuelled by entities and media across Europe that contribute to creating misinformation. Typical examples are “that the EU consist only of unelected bureaucrats”. The problem is apparently a lack of understanding of how the EU works and a need of critical thinking.
The EUAwareness project aims to identify through a survey the more common euro myths of each region involved, debunk them, open up debate for all those ideas without any prejudice and finally show the EU mechanism available to get involved in Europe’s policymaking.
The project pursues four objectives:
- To understand from the target group itself the most common misconceptions that are currently underlying Euroscepticism.
- To develop innovative activities that provide factual information regarding the identified misconceptions.
- To create and activate local debates around these issues and the future of Europe, which will assure long-term viability to this initiative.
- Show to EU citizens the tools available to shape the future of the EU they want.
As to comply with these objectives, the partnership is planning to develop a transnational survey to identify and compare misconceptions, a tailor-made international communication campaign, 30 debates and 30 webinars.
- Centre for Education – Cala d’Or, Hiszpania
- CWEP – Rzeszów, Polska
- TUCEP – Perugia, Włochy
- Assemblea Legislativa Regione Umbria – Perugia, Włochy
- Videnscenter for Integration – Vejle, Dania
- Clube Intercultural Europeu – Amadora, Portugalia
Click HERE to download the EU Awareness Project report of event participation.
Handson – Hands-on approaches to support learners with special educational needs to complete VET cycles and transit into the labour market
Assistance program: ERASMUS+
Project number: 2018-1-UK01-KA202-048117
HANDSON aims to develop an inclusive production-based learning model and innovative didactic resources to support SEN learners to complete VET cycles and successfully transit into the labour market.
HANDSON will provides a set of tangible products for better support VET managers, educators, SEN learners and employers: a tailored inclusive production-based learning model, and supportive didactic resources – eManual, eKit, digital learning space and app generator.
- Hertford Regional College – Turnford, United Kingdom (coordinator)
- AEVA – ASSOCIACAO PARA A EDUCACAO EVALORIZACAO DA REGIAO DE AVEIRO – Aveiro, Portugal
- ELDERBERRY AB – Hagersten, Sweden
- IASIS – Athina, Greece
- TURKUN AMMATTIKORKEAKOULU OY – Turku, Finland
- ITC – Palma de Mallorca, Spain
- CARDET – Lefkosia, Cyprus
- CWEP – Rzeszow, Poland
Project website: TBA
Sharing with you some project updates!
Hertford Regional College was the place of the first meeting of partners (11-12.10.2018) under the HANDSON project. Our association is very happy that we can participate in the project aims to develop an inclusive production-based learning model and innovative didactic resources to support SEN learners to complete VET cycles and successfully transit into the labour market.
On October 3-4, 2018, the second meeting of the SELF-E project partners took place in Nicosia (Cyprus). The purpose of the meeting was to discuss the current effects of work and prepare for the next months. The partners shared tasks, commented on the part already made and outlined the future activities.
The Polish national multiplier event for the project “WaterWorldAdventure – Interactive eBook to improve the Ocean Literay of Kids” took place on September 20, 2018 in Brzyska (Poland). The meeting was attended by teachers, school directors and local stakeholders. Continue reading
On 26th and 27th of September 2018 fourth and next to last WOT project meeting took place in Rzeszów (Poland). Continue reading
From 2nd to 6th July 2018 in Rzeszow another LTTA training took place as part of the “No Cyberbullying at the School!” project. The meeting, organized by CWEP, was attended by representatives from all partner companies: Faik Erbagi Ortaokulu, Ud’Anet Srl, Agrupamento de Escolas de Moure e Ribeira do Neiva and Ankara Milli Egitim Mudurlugu.
On the first day, the partners were familiarized with data on cyberbullying among children and youth in Poland.
The 4th Partnership Meeting in the WaterWorldAdventure project took place on 14th and 15th of May, in Arad, Romania. The meeting was hosted by ISJ Arad. The main topic of the meeting was the interactive e-Book.
The first day of the meeting was devoted to the following issues: an overview of work progress since the last meeting, report about management and implementation of results, e-Book illustrations, presentation of the final Guide version, pilot testing and video presentations.
On the second day of the meeting partners planned further steps in the project and discussed management and result implementation. They also focused on drafting an IPR Agreement and the Sustainability strategy. Continue reading