The cooperation between civil society and school will be enhanced by developing a support network for parents and grandparents
PROJECT TITLE: Learning with New Information Technologies PROJECT ACRONYM: L-NIT Project description This project has by main objective the exchange of practices and information between different European Institutions working withadult training and education and new information and communication technologies, in order to create a web platform to facilitate theexchange of information, methodologies and materials of their target groups: people living in rural areas and/or disadvantagedareas, unemployed, women and young people.The Partnership will aim a set of concurrent objectives:- to identify innovative adult learning methodologies concerning the new technologies of information and communication;- to discuss and analyze the advantages of the communication resources and instruments available on the web;- to share advanced solutions in terms of e-Learning instruments and training pills for Adults Long Life Learning/Training;- to develop an “open source e-Learning platform-based” communication solution to exchange and share material, information anddidactic methodologies, integrating different countries partners contribution;- to test web platforms and e-Learning/Training solutions with a well-defined target group.
The target group of the project is focused on the priests activating in the disadvantaged rural communities and the final beneficiaries of the project will be 80 priests of different religions, 16 from each partner country, and 14 representatives of partner institutions in the project
Name – Abbreviation: BOUTIQUE DE GESTION GUADELOUPE “PRO GESTION PARTNER” Address: IMPASSE EMMANUEL NAIGRE LE BOURG FR-France, 97139, LES ABYMES Email: [email protected]
PROJECT TITLE: Generation Games Project description Generation Games partnership creates a learning programme for parents/carers and grandparents so they are equipped with the skills to spend quality time with their children through games. Main topics are family and intergenerational learning and intercultural learning.Activities include: workshops for parents/carers and grandparents (games as tool of communication in family; computer games with free trial; outside games); school discussions about games in family; Grandparents Month when they will teach their generation games to parents and children; Parent Month when they will teach their catholic singles login generation games to grandparents and children; Children Month when they will teach their generation games to grandparents and parents; a research and dissemination.Results are: leaflets for adults on what are the benefits of using games in family and intergenerational learning; skills improved for learners (communicating with persons belonging to different generations; communicating with persons coming form different cultural backgrounds; using games to spend quality times in family; using creativity to invent and adjust a generation game to the language of a different generation); lifelong learning programmes management skills for staff; development of intercultural competence.
Name – Abbreviation: ADRIMAG – Associacao de Desenvolvimento Rural Integrado das Serras de Montemuro, Gralheira e Arada – ADRIMAG Address: Praca Brandao Vasconcelos, n
PROJECT TITLE: Intercultural Methods of Community Development Project description The project proposes the creation of a proper framework which would facilitate the experience exchange and the work in common between 5 institutions from the 5 countries of the European Union, in order to develop the abilities of 80 priests from the disadvantaged rural communities of the partners, to contribute at developing process of the communities in which they activate, and to set up an active intercultural community development network. The proposed activities aim to create a comparative research study about the training needs in community development of the priests from the project regions, organising 3 work meetings of the project partners, organising 5 training seminaries, with 80 priests selected from the target group of each country, organising 5 intercultural workshops, with the participation of the 80 priests previously trained, elaborating and publishing a guide of community development for priests and creating an intercultural community development network for disseminate the project results.