How can we promote the understanding of the benefits and importance of digital pedagogy in integration processes and educational programs?
At the end of January, the Digital Practices for Inclusive Programs project partners met in Athens for a 2-days of final meeting.
The project end is approaching and during this final meeting the partnership discussed about the 2-years project lifetime.
During the 2-years project, the 5 partners worked hard and developed a lot of very useful materials on the use of digital pedagogy for more inclusive integration services.
What did we develop?
- Research and analysis on inclusive programs – a comprehensive report detailing the countries’ situations in relation to the level of inclusiveness of language learning services, counselling services and integration programmes.
- Interactive pilot courses for learners – five pilot courses for students aimed at adult learners with migrant backgrounds with the use of different digital tools accompanied by a series of exercises that can make educational or counselling programs more inclusive.
- Interactive learning platform – A Moodle based interactive platform includes resources, materials, and tools developed during the project; an open and accessible educational learning space for trainers, counsellors and learners.
- Interactive tutorials for trainers and counsellors – digital tutorials for professionals, trainers, educational institutions, immigrant counselling services, and integration services explaining how to use digital tools in language teaching and counselling programs for immigrants, to make integration services more inclusive.
- Guidebook for transferability to other sectors – explaining and demonstrating how the project digital tools can be used in sectors other than adult education, also providing other digital tools that can be used.
The feedback received from educators, trainers, professionals of integration programs, language teachers, counsellor as well as adult migrants, were always very positive.
The chosen tools resulted to be very helpful for both target groups and also during the piloting phases, the outcomes were very positive.
To know more about these tools and to use them, visit the project website: https://inclusivedigitalpractices.eu/
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.
- IBERIKA EDUCATION GROUP GGMBH (Germany, coordinator)
- SYNERGASIA ENEGON POLITON (Greece)
- CLAVIS sprog & kompetence (Denmark)
- SWIDEAS AB (Sweden)
- CESIE (Italy)
For further information
Read more about Digital Practices for Inclusive Programs.
Contact Giulia Siino: firstname.lastname@example.org.