E4All is the acronym of the new Erasmus+ Exchange of Good Practices Project “More attractive and inclusive education for all generations“, Project Number 2020-1-PL01-KA204-082020. The EBI/EIE is the Austrian partner in this project.
The general aim of the project is to support the adult educators at designing, delivering and promoting more attractive and inclusive education for all generations of adult learners.
The direct target group of the project includes the members, workers, co-workers, educators and volunteers of the Third Sector adult education organisations (i.e. Civil Society Organisations, including informal groups, Non-governmental organisations and other non-profit organisations).
The indirect target group include a wide range of education – related organisations, institutions and decision makers.
The dissemination activities would reach, in total, at least 44.619 recipients.
The design of the work programme is chronological. All project activities are divided into 3 phases and 13 Work Packages (WP), including transversal activities of management, evaluation and dissemination. There are 6 Transnational Project Meetings (TPM) planned: 1 kick-off meeting, one summary meeting and 4 working meetings aiming at exchange of experiences and good practices. The work flow during the 4 working meetings gives each partner a space to share its expertise in the field of intergenerational learning.
There are also two international short-term joint staff training events planned. The work programme also includes one start-up package (WP01) and a concluding package (WP10) finalized in delivering final recommendations and the Exit Strategy.
Fundacja Alternatywnych Inicjatyw Edukacyjnych (Coordinator)
Our main goal is Life Long Learning promoting – developing of one’s abilities, predispositions, and interests – both in personal and professional life. Based on our international contacts we are using international good practices in adult learning. We are promoting and supporting vocational and personal development through culture and art (professional as well as unprofessional), active democracy, and educational mobilities in the EU. We work with intergenerational groups, including both the seniors (Third Age Universities among others) and the youth and youth workers (Eurodesk). Foundation of Alternative Educational Initiatives was founded in April 2011 in Bielsko-Biała (South of Poland, Silesian Voivodship).
Associazione Culturale EduVita E.T.S., ITALY
EduVita is an Italian NGO dedicated to the promotion of lifelong learning and the development of intergenerational and intercultural relationships. It is a coworking and co-learning space, a cultural and educational centre in Lecce, South Italy, founded in January 2019. Their main activities are:
- intergenerational learning
- language courses for elderly people
- intercultural learning
- digital education
- promoting of youth initiative and entrepreneurship
Escuela Oficial de Idiomas Madrid-Villaverde
We have more than a thousand students (16-65y.o.) including teachers, unemployed and retired people, housewives, young professionals, or university students, just to mention some.
In our institution, we teach and certify language learning in English, French, and German.
Our main goal is to promote lifelong language learning to strengthen the students’ professional development, communication skills, and personal growth through language and culture. In addition to teaching, our School gives our students access to extracurricular activities with multicultural content
Challedu pioneers new models of learning, inclusion, and engagement. Its team consists of educators, teachers, experts, and game designers and designs playful experiences and games with the aim to transform every activity into an irresistible experience. The scope is to unlock the transformative power of people as seekers and solvers of complex problems, risk-takers, inventors, and visionaries. Our work also empowers creativity, fantasy, inclusion, and empathy.
Ecological Future Education
Activities in the frame of the project
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