In&Out – Boosting disadvantaged youth and migrant integration through cultural and volunteering activities

In&Out – Boosting disadvantaged youth and migrant integration through cultural and volunteering activities

In&Out – Boosting disadvantaged youth and migrant integration through cultural and volunteering activities

ObjectivesActivitiesResultsPartnersInfo & contacts

  • To promote volunteering as an effective tool for the integration of youth with fewer opportunities and young migrants in Europe.
  • To share best practices and strengthening the networking and cooperation of Europeans and Caribbean youth workers.
  • To foster active citizenship and participation of migrant young people preventing marginalization and radicalization potentially resulting in violent behaviour.
  • To provide youth workers methodological tools to strengthen their support to this target group.

  • Implementing international training to train professionals with theoretical and empirical contributions on the theme of migration and the accompaniment of young migrants through voluntary commitment and cultural activities.
  • Engaging young migrants and vulnerable youth through storytelling, dance and art workshops to improve the participation and integration and to fight prejudices promoting respect of human rights

  • Open Educational Resource (OER) tool for young people and youth workers whose aim is to exchange tools, methodologies and approaches around the accompaniment of young people migrants.
  • Youth workers e-learning modules to support users’ learning on young migrant integration through volunteering and cultural activities.
  • Storytelling, dance and art workshop toolkits to support users learning on young migrants integration through the creation and experimentation.
  • In&Out Reference Guide for educators, facilitators and trainers accompanying young migrants and young people with less opportunities in their integration process.

  • Coordinator: ADILES [France]
  • Bee.com [Italy]
  • CESIE [Italy]
  • DUG [Sweden]
  • Jarit [Spain]

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Date of project: 01/11/2017 – 31/10/2019

DG of reference: DG EAC, Key Action 2 Strategic Partnership in the field of Youth

Contact: CESIE: julia.isasi@cesie.org


NE(W)AVE – reNEWAble e-VEt learning

NE(W)AVE – reNEWAble e-VEt learning

NE(W)AVE – reNEWAble e-VEt learning

ObjectivesActivitiesResultsPartnersInfo & contacts

  • To contribute to increase the employability and inclusion of NEETs and VET learners developing VET business partnerships in the renewable energy field based on work-based learning
  • To promote innovative learning opportunities in VET developing a Open Online Course on renewable energy
  • To support VET trainers’ & mentors professional development offering an E-toolkit based on new training material and scheme.

  • Research on skills needed for jobs related to renewable energy
  • NE(W)AVE OPEN ONLINE COURSE for VET learners
  • NE(W)AVE E-toolkit for VET Trainers
  • NE(W)AVE Policy Recommendation

  • Identified labour market skills needs in the field of renewable energy sector and existing VET offers in the 5 partners’ country
  • Developed innovative training materials with the aim to update, reskill and/or upskills the competences VET learners/NEETs and young professionals in the field of renewable energies
  • Increased employment chances of the above mentioned targets in the renewable energy sector
  • Promoted the professional development of VET trainers through the acquisition of new and/or increased competences in terms of teaching/learning methods, tutoring and intercultural skills
  • Promoted close cooperation between stakeholders from the education and business field

  • Coordinator: CESIE [Italy]
  • EUC Syd [Denmark]
  • EUROTRAINING EDUCATIONAL ORGANIZATION [Greece]
  • Die Berater [Austria]
  • Heliotec 2006 SL [Spain]
  • H S.R.L. [Italy]

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Date of project: 01/09/2017 – 31/08/2020

DG of reference: DG EAC, Erasmus+: Key Action 2, Strategic Partnership in the field of VET

Contact:

CESIE: irene.pizzo@cesie.org


ASAP – Anticipatory Skills for Adapting the Publishing sector

ASAP – Anticipatory Skills for Adapting the Publishing sector

ASAP – Anticipatory Skills for Adapting the Publishing sector

ObjectivesActivitiesResultsPartnersInfo & contacts

  • To promote the awareness of the role of the publishing sector in the European culture and identity and enhance the role of small and medium publishers also at regional level
  • To create professional skills with the needed requirement for accompanying the actual transition to the epublishing and connect them to learning outcomes in a anticipatory and not reactive way
  • To involve all the stakeholders representing the articulation of the publishing supply chain, from the creation to the distribution, exploiting the VET potential for creating growth and jobs
  • To promote the application of EQAVET and EQF/ECVET frameworks that ensure both quality and better transferability of results

  • Implementing an original training programme that will integrate both interactive learning methods (MOOC Platform) and work-based learning (WBL)
  • Developing a VET outcome-oriented curriculum that responds to specific skill-shortages in the publishing labour market
  • Piloting of the joint vocational training programme that will provide employees, but also unemployed, selfemployed, low skilled employees and young VET students the opportunity to update their professional skills and knowledge covering the gap related to the lack of specific skills related to the areas of the publishing supply chain as a consequence of the “digital revolution”

  • Analysis of the status Quo of the strategic perspectives with regard to the publishing sector
  • Synthesis Report: Mapping of the Competences and skills needs assessment in the Publishing Sector
  • Guide on the application of EQF/ECVET in the publishing sector and for establishing the quality assurance principles of EQAVET
  • ASAP training programme: description of methodologies and tools
  • ASAP Programme Guides, for Trainers and Trainees’

  • Coordinator: Fondazione Hallgarten Franchetti – Centro Studi Villa Montesca (Italy)
  • AFAPP – Aassociazione fra gli artigiani provincia di Perugia – Confartigianato imprese Perugia (Italy)
  • AIE – Associazione Italiana Editori (Italy)
  • Giunti O.S. Organizzazioni Speciali (Italy)
  • The Publishers Association (United Kingdom)
  • Capacity London (United Kingdom)
  • P.O.E.V. National Federation Of Publishers & Booksellers (Greece)
  • EUROTRAINING Educational Organization (Greece)
  • EOPPEP National Organisation for Certification and Vocational Guidance (Greece)
  • CEPYME Confederación Española de la Pequeña y Mediana Empresa (Spain)
  • CECE – Confederación Española de Centros de Enseñanza (Spain)
  • FEP-FEE Fédération des Editeurs Européens FEE ASBL (Belgium)
  • CESIE (Italia)

Date of project: 01/11/2016 – 31/10/2019

DG of reference: DG EAC, Erasmus+, Key Action 2, Sector Skills Alliances

Contactalessandra.cannizzo@cesie.org


E-PODS – onlinE PrOfessional Development in Second chance Education

E-PODS – onlinE PrOfessional Development in Second chance Education

E-PODS – onlinE PrOfessional Development in Second chance Education

ObjectivesActivitiesResultsPartnersInfo & contacts

  • To promote European integration of professional development of teachers and trainers in second chance education
  • To set up an organic and growing database connecting tools, schools, teachers, trainers and beneficiaries

  • Creating a European professional development service
  • Vitalising the online teacher and trainer community
  • Further developments for the current professional development offers
  • Development of a tool to create own e-learning courses: to support the bottom-up development of e-learning created for and by teachers and trainers. The tool set-up, testing and at least ten bottom-up e-learning courses will be developed as pilot

  • SERVICES: Quality tools developed for a) quality assurance of international placements; b) online community building; c) quality assurance of educational organisations
  • RESOURCES: existing good practices and resources. Curricula, methodologies, teaser practices, studies and other tools
  • TRAININGS: connects training offers and demands
  • User-driven European trainers and teachers community in Second Chance Education

  • Coordinator: Betawerk B.V. (The Netherlands)
  • Stichting EURICON (The Netherlands)
  • Lancaster and Morecambe College (United Kingdom)
  • Phoenix Social Enterprise Limited (United Kingdom)
  • Diktyo Menon Symvouleftikes Ypiresies Ltd (Greece)
  • Weiterbildungskolleg Mönchengladbach (Germany)
  • Cyprus Neuroscience and Technology Institute (Cyprus)
  • CESIE (Italy)

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Date of project: 31/10/2016 – 30/01/2019

DG of reference: DG EAC, Erasmus+ KA2 Strategic Partnership for ADULT education

Contact: CESIE: irene.pizzo@cesie.org

www.secondchanceeducation.eu


TABLIO – Tablets for classroom differentiation and inclusion

TABLIO – Tablets for classroom differentiation and inclusion

TABLIO – Tablets for classroom differentiation and inclusion

ObjectivesActivitiesResultsPartnersInfo & contacts

  • To develop and validate pedagogical arrangements wherein tablets are used for classroom differentiation and inclusion purposes
  • To explore and analyse tablet-usage for classroom differentiation and inclusion in primary and secondary schools in Europe
  • To strengthen in-service teachers (practitioners), pre-service teachers (future teachers) and teacher-trainers in using the tablets effectively in European classroom settings
  • To initiate international cooperation between experienced teachers and schools while sharing experiences and innovative approaches

  • Developing design-principles, design-templates and evaluation-criteria for the TABLIO Toolkit
  • Moderating Focus Groups with other experts in each partner country
  • Developing and validating new and innovative pedagogical digital classroom arrangements through Teacher Design Teams (TDTs)
  • Delivery of one international and several national bootcamps

  • TABLIO Toolkit (design-principles, design-templates, evaluation-criteria and good practices)
  • TABLIO Best Practices – Collection, description and analysis
  • TABLIO Bootcamp International and national ones in all participating countries: Participants explore existing practices and analyse them by means of the design-principles and evaluation criteria

  • Coordinator: PXL University College (Belgium)
  • Istanbul University (Turkey)
  • INUK – Institute for Advanced Communication Management (Slovenia)
  • HAN University of Applied Sciences (The Netherlands)
  • North West Regional College (United Kingdom)
  • TELL Consult – Technology Enhanced Lifelong Learning Consult (The Netherlands)
  • CESIE (Italy)

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Date of project: 01/09/2016 – 28/02/2019

DG of reference: DG EAC, National Agency (Belgium), Erasmus+ KA2 Strategic Partnership for School

Contact: CESIE: giulia.tarantino@cesie.org


ALdia – Accessible Learning design, implementation and accreditation

ALdia – Accessible Learning design, implementation and accreditation

ALdia – Accessible Learning design, implementation and accreditation

ObjectivesActivitiesResultsPartnersInfo & contacts

  • To define disabled student needs in both higher education and VET sectors
  • To promote diversity within the educational environment and create social bonds between persons with and without disabilities
  • To develop and field-test an innovative, flexible, Massive Open Online Course for higher education lecturers and VET trainers
  • To validate the acquired expertise through certification that will be based on the ECVET principles, thus facilitating its use across Europe
  • To generate genuine and sustainable improvements in the education and training system and policies

  • Developing collaborative teaching and learning pedagogies. These will be used in two respects:
  1. the ALdia training methodology and practice will be using all the collaborative learning techniques available for distance learning
  2. the accessible learning design that will be taught by the ALdia training will incorporate, where appropriate, collaborative teaching techniques
  • Creating synergies and encourage cooperation between education providers at all levels, in order to have a multiplier effect in Europe and beyond
  • Providing evidence for policy-making that supports the development of learning environments that foster equity and inclusion

  • Innovative, comprehensive and sustainable framework that will promote the equal access of disabled students and trainees to University education and vocational training
  • Flexible, massive open online course (MOOC) for higher education and VET education professionals
  • ALdia training methodology and practice

  • Coordinator: Universidad de Alicante (Spain)
  • University of Piraeus Research Center (Greece)
  • Fondo Formacion Euskadi SLL – (Spain)
  • Four Elements (Greece)

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Date of project: 01/12/2015 – 31/05/2018

DG of reference: DG EAC, Erasmus+ Key Action (KA3): Support for policy reform, Prospective Initiatives Forward-Looking Cooperation Projects

Contact: CESIE: francesca.vacanti@cesie.org