Creativity, innovation, imagination, new technologies, knowledge, languages, interculturality: these were the keywords for this project. The coordinator, supplied with the most modern equipment, provided technological and linguistic support to ensure excellent level results.
Coordinator & Partners
The project was coordinated by the municipy of Rome, partners were from Italy, Cyprus, Greece, Romania and Hungary.
The activities focused on items from the Memorandum of Lisbon
- provided key expertise of creativity,
- linguistic and intercultural learning through computer science for young people, for adults and for emigrants;
- organised intercultural activities to support a better social and cultural integration;
- oriented to a formative way of choices and spread a bigger use of the informational systems, formative systems and support centers for the disadvantaged classes, the so-called “un-integrated” of the modern age.
Within the study of interculturality and improvement in communication, trust, tolerance and mutual solidarity was desired, favoring the free access to education and the free expression of students in a spirit of respect for diversity.
The use of new technologies and of knowledge and innovation, allowed people to change and open up to the ideas in a diverse society from a cultural knowledge-based point of view. The transversal approach to education and the strengthening of the autonomy of European states aimed at achieving important results in terms of European citizenship and human rights.
The results were published by the coordinator, due to missing activity and engagement of the Italian partners the web-based documents and results are not further available
In the frame of this learning partnership, the EBI/EIE focused on e new creative technologic enhanced teaching method, developed this, implemented and tested it and published the results.
From this first considerations Peter Mazohl developed the “Technology enhanced Teaching & Training” method for School Education.