Piloting course to include digital practices in integration services

Wednesday 29 March 2023

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How to promote the benefits and necessity of digital pedagogy in integration and educational programs?

Today march 29th , the second and last multiplier event of the digital Practices for Inclusive programs project was held in Italy.

The event was the perfect way to close the project, by presenting all the activities, outputs, tools and materials developed and implemented during the project lifetime, collecting feedback and opinions from both direct target groups and providing the materials to everyone interested in using them.

The participants had the possibility to into the Moodle platform and test it themselves, both in group and in individual practical sessions; they were really enthusiastic about the tools developed and the Moodle platform accessibility, usability and usefulness.

They found very useful all of the tools and the Guidebook on transferability that will give them, not only other tools, but especially tips on how to use these tools for different purposes and in other sectors outside the adult education.

All the materials produced can be found in the Moodle platform developed for the project.

Write an email to giulia.siino@cesie.org to ask for an account and to start using this useful platform, to know how to use different digital tools in your services and to use the pilot course with your users.

About the project

Digital Practices for Inclusive Programs, co-funded by the Erasmus+ Programme, Key Action 2 for Adult Education, aims to create innovative digital pathways that promote digital pedagogy to facilitate higher levels of participation of immigrants with special needs, thereby enhancing employability and increasing social inclusion.

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For further information

Read more about Digital Practices for Inclusive Programs.

Contact Giulia Siino: giulia.siino@cesie.org.

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