El objetivo de Circular FP es mejorar la capacitación e incorporación del alumnado de formación profesional al entorno laboral de la economía circular a través del desarrollo de materiales y metodología innovadores involucrando alumnos y profesores en el proceso de co-diseño y co-creación.
FENIX aims to contribute to fostering the resilience of European enterprises and their workers, through the development of an innovative gamified training experience, a guideline to support the implementation of systemic Resilience practices within enterprises and an online crash course on Adaptative Management.
THINKIDS is proposing to design and test a practical “authentic learning approach” based on the EU key competences for lifelong learning and the UN Sustainable Development Goals to support educators and children (ages from 3 to 11) find coherence between what they think, what they want or feel, and what they do.
The VETREALITY Project is aimed at preparing Teachers and Trainers to use digital and innovative tools, such as the VIRTUAL REALITY (VR) in the frame of Virtual Learning Environments (VLE) for fostering the inclusion of SEN students in initial VET by facilitating their access to WBL at local and international/Mobility level.
Everyone should be aware of the damage we are doing to our planet: what happens in one part of our planet is affecting the whole world. ELVE intends to raise the awareness and share materials focusing on the importance of environmental and values education starting from early childhood as key to build a better world to live in.
The DISCO VET project aims to provide a common understanding and terminology regarding credentials, micro-credentials, Open badges, EDCI in national and the EU level to develop: • a displayer platform, focused on the online credentials of the European VET scene, providing services for all stakeholders (earners, issuers, and validators) and a • 30 hours course on open badges and digitally signed credentials.
Open up targets formal and non-formal education professionals working in mainstream institutions (i.e. educators: teachers, trainers, professors, tutors, mentors and coaches; youth workers, educational leaders: school heads, rectors, department heads; and support staff: teaching assistants) that are facing the challenge to include an increasing number of children and teenagers with visual and hearing impairments (our end-beneficiairies).
InTraRed aims to foster the innovation management within SMEs placing particular emphasis on building new learning partnerships between the worlds of work and VET provision as fundamental elements able to create key educational bridges to reduce fragmentation in the innovation management process.
IPPI aims at integrating the current training activity regarding Intellectual Property focusing on innovation and entrepreneurship with innovative tools specifically developed for teenagers 13-18 in order to learn to appreciate the role of IP protection as part of the business idea development process and of our common European standards both as entrepreneurs as well as consumers.