On March 3 and 4, CAPPERI project partners shared the progress of the activities in Mesagne, Puglia, hosted by the Istituto Scientifico Biomedico Mediterraneo.
Higher Education and Research
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Read more about RAISD ARU in Italy through some testimonies from the TAIS stakeholders.
HEI4Diversity project, led by the Spanish University Rovira i Virgili, MEDIS research group, celebrated its completion with the Final Seminar “Overcoming LGBTQI-phobia in Higher Education Institutions in Europe” held online on the 16th of December 2021.
What can we do to include all children in play moments? Learn more about PINC’s guides.
Here is an overview of the RAISD \ ALL YOU CAN LEARN Resource Database for professionals in education.
SMARTEL aims to improve the quality of education in Kosovo, Montenegro and Bosnia and Herzegovina by developing an integrated distance learning system, and thus support access to education and training for students with disabilities and/or economic and/or geographical difficulties.
What are the most effective educational inclusion strategies for increasing participation and continuity in education among highly vulnerable displaced placed people currently living in the region of Sicily?
A bottom-up and participatory approach in education, shifting from INDUCED approach training offer to a SELECTIVE one, allowing adult learners to increase their decision-making capacity by having direct influence over their learning path’s content.
TeaEdu4CT partners are testing the effectiveness of the training modules and are planning activities to present the project results to the scientific and academic community.
ALL YOU CAN LEARN: Increasing Learners’ Decision-Making Capacity Through Selective Education Experiences with Highly Vulnerable Groups among the Forcibly Displaced
Pilot Experience in Palermo, Italy
Project Nutshell aims to improve the performance of universities and their international relations offices in participating in European funding programs.
The project partners validated the first phase of the research, which involved the analysis of about 50 major learning tools already on the market.
CAPPERI was designed to spread awareness among citizens, especially among young people, about the environmental and economic implications of agricultural policy, both at national and European level.
TeaEdu4CT is developing 10 training modules to integrate computational thinking into university training for future teachers.