ReLeCoFa - Regional Learning Communities and Facilitators
The partnership includes 5 partners from 4 European countries (Portugal, Austria, Sweden and Italy). The target group are teachers and their reference system. The aim is to indirectly support the work of teachers and to facilitate the planning, implementation and follow-up of their classes focusing on the principles of cooperation and exchange. Through networking, but also by pointing out possibilities for connection, teachers should no longer feel alone, but embedded in a professional system that also brings them more self-confidence and self-efficacy.
Type: KA201 - Strategic Partnerships for school education
Website: under construction – coming soon
TiChroN - Using ICT tools to improve the care of children with chronic diseases
The TiChroN project focuses on solving the problems identified in the monitoring, treatment and training of children with chronic diseases, in a holistic, ICT-based way and involving sectors of society that regularly interact with these children. TiChroN will offer children, families and caregivers optimized tools for care and early intervention in case of changes in their health.
Type: INTERREG SUDOE
ENhANCE - EuropeaN curriculum for fAmily aNd Community nursE
ENhANCE is a project focused on the gap between the competencies currently offered by nurses and those required in primary health care by public and private health institutions. The partnership includes 12 partners from 6 different EU countries representing professional education in the field of nursing, regulatory bodies for the training of family and community nurses, professional associations and public and private employers.
Type: KA2 – Cooperation for innovation and the exchange of good practices – Sector Skills Alliances
Fake Off - Fostering Adolescents’ Knowledge and Empowerment in Outsmarting Fake Facts
The project "Fostering Adolescents’ Knowledge and Empowerment in Outsmarting Fake Facts" (FAKE OFF) aims at fostering young people's internet literacy, at creating awareness of intentional misinformation and at enabling young people to identify “fake news” and to avoid them. The consortium consists of seven partners in five countries, ranging from educational institutions, youth workers and youth organisations to digital media experts, youth information centers and ICT experts.
Type: KA2 – Strategic Partnership for Youth
CUVID - Curriculum Video
The CUVID project aims at responding to the urgent need to fight youth unemployment. The goal is to develop an interactive online talent platform for young people and link them directly to potential employers. The CUVID platform will allow young people to create videos for self-presentation that will be linked to their scanned curricula. It also aims at training teachers and students with relevant ICT skills in order to produce, edit and publish online videos.
Ei YoU! – Educational Innovation Facing Youth Unemployment
The Ei YoU! is an educational project funded by the European Union, which addresses the impacts of youth unemployment through innovative and creative ideas. Schools, students and teachers from several countries (Portugal, Italy, Turkey, Austria and Croatia) worked for solutions with the support of Kindersite (UK). The project brought together the experience of several educational sectors and created a catalog of innovative interventions for schools and teachers through creative workshops and crowdsourcing.
Type: Strategic partnership
The LiveWell project was designed to respond directly to the needs of Parkinson Patients, Caregivers, such as families, colleagues and friends and Health and Medical professionals. To respond to these target's needs the LiveWell partnership will develop an innovative web-based system with services to support all of the main stakeholders in the treatment of Parkinson disease and will conduct a pilot test with more than 100 patients with stage one to four of Parkinson's disease, 60 involved Caregivers and more than 10 Health Professionals at consortium level.
Type: Grundtvig multilateral
Happy Days - Promoting Positive Mental Health for Young People
The Happy Days project is designed as a facility by which European second-level schools can create a culture where positive mental health is promoted, supported and monitored and where signs of mental ill-health in young people can be identified, either by the young person themselves, or by another member of the school community. The key stakeholders in the project are the groups who make up the school community; the students, the school staff team and the parents.
Type: Development of innovation
Escola de Mestres - Projeto Intergeracional do Baixo Alentejo
The Escola de Mestres project focuses on teaching and training young people to develop specific skills through intergenerational methodologies: close communication and transfer of knowledge and wisdom among masters of these noble professions held in workshops, in their own workshops or shops.The masters were chosen to represent professions at risk, such as cobbler, barber, artisans, blacksmith, ...
Type: Intergenerational Fundação Calouste Gulbenkian
Websites: http://escolademestres.ning.com/ and http://intergenerationall.org/main-page/projects/?lang=pt
YED - Young Europeans for Democracy
The YED project proposes immersing youths into a democratic environment, giving them the opportunity to understand and practice their role as European citizens, by designing virtual 3D spaces for experimenting, discussing, and demonstrating democracy; enhancing teachers competences to promote Education for Democratic Citizenship; innovating in resources and methods, towards a more collaborative way of society building. UTAD went to secondary schools with an interdisciplinary team committed to guide teachers and students in the route of participation in Europe’s history.
Type: Jean Monet
Key Competence Happiness – A New Horizontal Theme in Adult Education and Counselling
The main objective of the project was to establish "happiness" as a horizontal theme in adult education and to consider the pursuit of happiness as a key competence, in order to adapt to societal changes and labor market requirements and to strengthen the adult self-confidence and promote personal fulfillment. In this project, we investigated what this perspective can contribute to the aspects of adult education, and the skills requirements that the European workforce needs to become more flexible in order to meet the demands of economic development and continuous change.
Type: Development of innovation
Again, Heyday of Health
The project aim was to combat for sedentary causing the obesity, cancer, diabetes and stress (mental health) by promoting a more active and healthier lifestyle and quality of target groups’ life by having them gain health eating habits. In addition to this, another aim was to promote the European cooperation in the methods, trainings and information concerning the healthy life among collaborating countries. One other goal was to create A Guide to Good Practices for Healthy Life.
Type: Grundtvig Learning Partnership
SeeS SMEs e-learning to e-work efficiently
This project developed under the Leonardo da Vinci program, “SME’s E-learning to E-work efficiently” goal was to provide practical and useful support for preparation of e-managers and e-workers of SMEs for working in a “virtual environment”. The SEES project aims at analyzing, identifying the necessary competencies required for “e-work” and also developed and pilot-test on-line tools and e-learning material for e-managers and e-workers to support their preparation for “telework”.
Type: Leonardo da Vinci multilateral project
Fashion Talk means a horizontal educational activity that combines young adults’ passion for fashion with important information about issues which help them to become conscious, socially, economically and environmentally responsible European citizens.
Type: Grundtvig partnership
HEP Handbook for e-work Promotion
E-Learn to E-Work: The EU Partners (Austria, Belgium, Hungary, Lithuania, Portugal) - all involved in E-learning for E-working promotion - have formed a partnership to organize joint workshops and meetings, that focus on discussions on how to develop an innovative E-learning package(module) that would help and promote E-Work in Europe.
Type: Leonardo da Vinci partnership
CReBUS (Creating a business in the digital age - developing entrepreneurship competencies for young Europeans through eMentorship)
The CReBUS project aimed to develop a training system in order to facilitate the development of entrepreneurship skills for young graduates aged 18-35 using Web 2.0. Bringing businesses closer to the younger generation who find it harder to find a job, and allowing them to set up their own business, is a viable solution to overcome the unemployment or migrant state they are exposed to.
Type: KA3 ICT
VITA - Virtual Learning
VITA - Virtual Learning for the management of successful SMEs presents an innovative approach to learn and practice entrepreneurship and business management competence, based on the results of different projects, concerning web 2.0 based and virtualization strategies.
Type: Leonardo da Vinci transfer of innovation