Since 2014, we have been involved in the design and management of different types of EU educational programmes, such as Erasmus+ (Strategical partnership, mobility, capacity building and political reform programmes) for young people and adults.

In addition to participating in international programmes as partners and coordinators, we also develop management, advisory and follow-up tasks for all those users who are interested in international projects, through specific or permanent collaboration agreements.


How to Trigger Primary Motivation for Learning in Low-educated Adults using ICT Tools

project n. 2017 -1-ES01-1-KA204 –038414

The LearnersMot project aims to work together with adult educators, providing them with the necessary skills to be able to trigger the primary motivation for learning in low-educated and low-skilled adults.

For this purpose, an online learning environment has been created to update the professional competences of adult educators. To make these tools accessible to an international audience, an open educational platform has been created, comprising interactive resources for adult educators and other professionals in English and the partners' languages. This platform includes:

  1. An interactive package for educators, consisting of two parts:
    1. A resource library, with strategies for literacy, motivation, teaching and learning.
    2. A collection of good practices on teaching basic skills to different groups of adults with low levels of education.
  2. An interactive online handbook with already existing motivation strategies used by educators working with low-educated and low-skilled adults.
  3. A blended learning course, which consists of three parts:
    1. 3 webinars developed by expert educators.
    2. An ICT toolkit
    3. An online course for educators

The project will encourage and provide the basis for highly specialized national and international cooperation in the field of professional skills of adult educators and their learning.

Starting date: 01.11.2017 – Ending date: 31.12.19

Duration of the Project: 26 months

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