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This category holds discussion and research papers related to the topic of communities of practice, in particular how to build, cultivate and sustain communities of practice.

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Creativity and innovation

Creativity is the prime source of innovation, which in turn is acknowledged as the main driver of growth and wealth creation, as key to improvements the social field and as an essential tool in addressing global challenges such as climate change, health care and sustainable

Ordner Developing skills and transversal key competences, bridging the world of work

Developing skills and transversal key competences, bridging the world of work

The European Union defines eight key competences: communication in the mother tongue, communication in a foreign language, mathematical competence and basic competences in science and technology, digital competence, learning to learn, social and civic competence, sense of initiative and entrepreneurship as well as cultural awareness and expression.

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E-Learning
Using new multimedia technologies and the Internet to improve the quality of learning by facilitating access to resources and services as well as remote exchanges and collaboration.

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Education transitions, school to work transitions, life transitions and pathways

Concepts and approaches to guiding people of all ages through change.

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Learning Region | Learning City

Promoting learning partnerships on local and regional level in order to build meaningful contexts for social and economic innovation.

Ordner Lifelong Learning - General Themes and Topics

Lifelong Learning - General Themes and Topics

Lifelong learning may be broadly defined as learning that is pursued throughout life: learning that is flexible, diverse and available at different times and in different places. The European Commission (2001) found that lifelong learning has “Four broad and mutually supporting objectives: personal fulfilment, active citizenship, social inclusion and employability/adaptability”. In this regard, lifelong learning has lifewide dimensions that transcend narrow economic and vocational aspects.

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Lifelong learning policies

Lifelong policies has many facets. However, its major aim might be seen in the continuously support process of stimulating and empowering "individuals to acquire all the knowledge, values, skills and understanding they will require throughout their lifetimes and to apply them with confidence, creativity and enjoyment, in all roles circumstances, and environments.” (Watson 2003)

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Project development, implementation and evaluation

This category holds documents related to initiating, planning, management, monitoring and completion of projects.

Ordner Promoting social and economic cohesion through advanced adult education opportunities

Promoting social and economic cohesion through advanced adult education opportunities

According to the European Agenda for Adult Learning adult education shall promote equity, social cohesion and active citizenship through participation in social and cultural learning for personal development and fulfillment.

Ordner Quality Assurance in Education & Training

Quality Assurance in Education & Training

The European Quality Assurance Reference Framework (Reference Framework) is designed to promote better vocational education and training by providing authorities with common tools for the management of quality.

Ordner Senior and intergenerational learning

Senior and intergenerational learning

The ageing of the population is one of the significant transformations being experienced in European societies and a critical social policy issue facing families, governments and communities.

Ordner Serious Games

Serious Games

Serious games are simulations of real-world events or processes designed for the purpose of solving a problem. Although serious games can be entertaining, their main purpose is to train or educate users,

Ordner Validation of Informal Learning

Validation of Informal Learning

Validating non‑formal and informal learning is increasingly seen as a way of improving lifelong and lifewide learning. More European countries are emphasising the importance of making visible and valuing learning that takes place outside formal education and training institutions, for example at work, in leisure time activities and at home.

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RIDE - Practice Resource

 

RIDE - Practice Resource was developed within RIDE project co-funded by Erasmus+ and contains a variety of practical tools for youth work.

The RIDE Practice Resource intends to provide youth workers with variety of practical tools organised
in 10 thematical session plans. Each session plan begins with overview of the aims, target group and
resources needed. Then follow the topic introduction, relevant statistics and data overview for all
partner countries and set of non-formal activities and evaluation methods.

The session plans deal with topics less treated in existing resources including also challenging and hot
issues concerning social mediahate speechradicalisation and extremism. Other sessions are
dedicated to young people living in rural areas, the reinforcement of young people’s with mental
disorders self-esteem and projecting future of NEET young people whose numbers are disturbingly
high in some European countries. Non-formal activities included in the session plans are also designed
to raise youngsters’ awareness of economic differences, migration, unemployment or disabilities.
Further attention is also paid to the encouragement of interfaith dialogue and promoting
understanding of cultural diversity.

The resourse was developed within RIDE project. RIDE stands for resources for Inclusion, Diversity and Equality and it is a two-year project funded by Erasmus+ European Fund establishing a network of partners who share a common vision and understanding of quality youth work practice and providing youth workers with a comprehensive Toolbox of practice resources implementing principles of inclusion, diversity and equal opportunities.

Website: http://rideproject.eu/

RIDE Partners:

  • University of Gloucestershire (United Kingdon, coordinator);
  • University of Trnava (Slovakia);
  • Akdeniz University (Turkey);
  • Mreža mladih Hrvatske (Croatia);
  • CESIE (Italy).
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