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Lifelong Learning means that learning should take place at all stages of life cycle and, embedded in all life contexts from the school to the workplace, the home and the community. The learning society therefore, is the vision of a society where there are recognized opportunities for learning for every person wherever they are and however old they should be. It is the continuous building of skills and knowledge during one's life that occurs through experienced lifetime.

DISCUSS brings together people, who on the background of their professional or civic activities are concerned with questions on lifelong learning, with a view to learn from each other, share good practice and make lifelong learning for all reality.


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“Education is not preparation for life; education is life itself.”

John Dewey


Member Blog

May 25, 2023

Digital Intelligence Growth via Emotional Quality of Youth

by Gabriela

Although the phenomenon of cyberbullying is becoming a growing problem among youth and children, yet parents, teachers, youth workers often do not have the knowledge or the necessary tools and methods to deal with it. This is the reason why…

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May 20, 2023

Role Models - From Pages to Empowerment: Inspiring Young Learners through Storytelling

by Istituto dei Sordi di Torino

Ensuring that all learners can reach their maximum potential, regardless of their disabilities, is primarily achieved through inclusive education. A group of educational organizations from different countries (Italy, Belgium, France and Croatia) has come together to emphasize the importance of…

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May 04, 2023

Presenting SET4Inclusion and Digital Inclusion in Universities: Ensuring Access and Equity in the European Context

by Istituto dei Sordi di Torino

  In today's digital age, technology has become an essential part of our daily lives, especially in education. With the rise of online learning and remote teaching, access to digital technology is crucial for both teachers and students in universities.…

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March 23, 2023

Di2LEARN - Distance-Digital Teaching and Learning in the Post-Covid-19 Era

by Anna

The Covid-19 pandemic has caused a great alternation in the educational systems worldwide, bringing about temporary closures of schools, while digital learning became the new normality. It imposed new ways of teaching, enhancing the importance of digital literacy, the use…

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February 28, 2023

Feel it! (re) cognition of emotions in the world of popular culture

by Gabriela

How to talk to students about emotions in an interesting way? There is still no educational program in Europe that would provide teachers and students with a comprehensive opportunity to work with emotions, develop them and show how to deal…

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February 28, 2023

"My Smart School"

by Zoe Batsi

"My Smart School" is an Erasmus+ project which aims to improve the quality of education and develop innovative resources and digital tools useful for enhancing distance teaching and learning in general. After two years of methodical work, the three outputs…

744 hits

February 22, 2023

SkillsMatch Project - Learning Nugget: Reflecting Pedagogical Practice with the aid of a Community of Practice

by Randolph

According to Wenger “communities of practice are groups of people who share a concern or a passion for something they do and learn how to do it better as they interact regularly“ (Wenger 2010). They build a common stock of…

6685 hits

February 21, 2023

EU digital framework for Sign Languages

by Istituto dei Sordi di Torino

The project developped a database providing at more than 500 lemmas in International Sign related to the lexical domain of digital and ICT. International Sign is the so-called lingua franca choosen by the Deaf community in order to communicate in international meetings and conferences, or simply when two deaf…

625 hits

December 20, 2022

Skillsmatch Project - Learning Nugget: Using WIKIs for Professional Collaboration in Education

by Randolph

The digital revolution has transformed the way citizens access information, communicate and learn. This poses great challenges for educational institutions and their staff. Teachers and planners not only are requested to incorporate digital technology in curricula and training plans, but…

3067 hits

December 19, 2022

Project SECOVE at the Secondary Vocational School of Civil Engineering and Geodesy, Košice

by Adriana Kučerová

The transnational SECOVE project aims to create a network of Centres of Excellence in the field of sustainable energy. The centres will operate as local/regional centres of excellence in cooperation with local companies and institutions working in the fields of…

1012 hits

November 28, 2022

Dead Storytellers Society

by Sofia Mastrokoukou

Dead Storytellers Society: What is all about?   This document demonstrates how teamwork, creativity, digital tools, and stories can create something from nothing.   During three intense days in the LTTA of the project "Digital Tools For Teaching (T4T)" in…

810 hits

October 31, 2022

Competence Matrix for Digital Entrepreneurship and Business Creative Thinking is ready

by Nina

Project MicroHUB - „Promoting creativity microbusiness through web tools in rural area” (2021-1-SK01-KA220-VET-000032999) aims to help micro businessmen in crafts and arts to become more competitive by supporting their creative business thinking and embracing the advantages that present technology brings.…

966 hits

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