Project Number: 2020-1-PL01-KA204-081824 The Project “Psychological Resilient Parents” aims to create an avid pool of material (manual, multimedia platform, best practices report) and an especially designed Training Course for parents to enhance their psychological resilience and subsequently amplify their efficiency as parents. The material will include information and practical application inspired from a vast variety
We live in a time when society places considerable demands onto young people; to find a job that they enjoy, to be independent and active citizens who benefit the society within which they live. At the same time, the modern day is characterized by its rapid pace and digital development. All of this can result
This project aims to create a methodology to make the most of comics as a pedagogical tool for inclusive English language learning, and to provide teachers and students with the tools to create their own comic pages for innovative pedagogy.Outputs: Pedagogical guide on the practical uses of comics in education Digital comics creation guide for
Participation and Recreation through Inclusive Martial Arts Education and E-Learning PRIMAE is funded through the Erasmus + KA204 – Strategic Partnerships for Adult Education Call 2019. The overarching ambition for the impact of the project is to increase levels of engagement in inclusive coach education, especially for persons with a disability in Europe. A secondary
THROUGH OUR OWN EYES Pieces of art dealing with the emigration experience in Greece, Turkey, Italy and France This partnership was triggered by the difficulty our schools and adult education centres face regarding the inclusion of newly arrived refugees. Some of our non-migrant students have difficulty accepting refugees in our classes and radicalization of both
Digital@dults.eu is an international Erasmus + strategic partnership project of cooperation for innovation and the exchange of good practices The project aims to disseminate good practices at European level through the training of trainers, who can provide digital skills, particularly in the use of social networks applied to the world of work to disadvantaged adults.