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Internationale projekter

KA1 program - mobilitet

Formål

Fastholdelse af sårbare unge i uddannelsessystemet via individuelle læringsformer er et Erasmus+ projektet støttet af EU under Key Action 1 – Mobilitet.

Projektet giver mulighed for at medarbejdere ved HF & VUC FYN kan rejse på udveksling i andre europæiske lande med det formål, at blive klogere på individuelle læringsformer, få udvidet kompetencer indenfor feltet uddannelse og uddannelsestilrettelæggelse af undervisning til sårbare unge.

Projektet er blevet til på baggrund af et stigende behov for europæisk viden om emnet, da målgrupperne hos VUC i stigende grad falder under kategorien sårbare unge. Arbejdet med disse unge stiller nye krav til vores undervisere, som projektet skal være med til at tilvejebringe – ligesom projektet skal være med til at udbygge vores europæiske relationer og højne kvaliteten af den.

Tidsperiode: 1. juni 2014-1. juni 2016.

Kontakt
 

Peter Vestergaard, Nørregade 42, 5690 Glamsbjerg – 62656699, pve@vucfyn.dk

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BeE – Becoming European

Object BeE – Be(coming) European’ is a EU-funded project which deals with challenges and opportunities of basic education for adults. Important questions that are addressed during the lifetime of the project are for example: How can basic education be defined, which learning and teaching approaches are successful, how can (disadvantaged) learners be motivated to participate in courses and to learn autonomously, which specific challenges are teachers facing in basic education …?

The BeE project aims at finding appliable answers to those issues and develops a comprehensive concept of basic education. This concept will enable a flexible adaptation of course content and teaching / learning strategies to individual conditions: to various target groups and their learning styles, to diverse content areas as well as to the different conditions of educational institutions. BeE promotes innovative and flexible learning settings and teaching methods that comprise formal and informal ways of learning (e.g. through sports, arts, game-based learning). This also includes the acquisition of those metacognitive skills, which are necessary for (lifelong) learning.

The specific concept of BeE furthermore stresses the relevance of everyday life issues for learners. It therefore incorporates its concept of basic education into courses which deal with issues relevant for everyday and work life. BeE thereby intends to develop a course concept which encourages disadvantaged groups or groups with negative learning experiences to take part in lifelong learning.

The project consortium consists of eight educational institutions from North, Central and South Europe that are characterised by a broad variety of subject areas, teaching and learning styles and target groups. During specific workshops, which are conducted within the project duration, the project consortium works closely together with teachers, curriculum developers and others working in (basic) education to develop and evaluate its specific concept of basic education. The project has a duration of 2 years: it started
in December 2012 and will end in November 2014. The project has been funded with
the support of the LLP Programme/Grundtvig of the European Union.

Project partners

AKAD - WHL Graduate School of Business and Economics Lahr, Germany
AdM - Archivio Della Memoria, Rome, Italy
CVO - CVO Antwerpen, Belgium
DAFF - Dachverband der Burgenländischen Frauen-Familien- u. Mädchenberatungsstelle, Oberpullendorf, Austria
ELC - European Learning Center, Ubrique, Spain
FEW - Foundation for Women Entrepreneurs, Hamrun, Malta
HF&VUC FYN Ringen
Financing
 
Sokrates Programme – Grundtvig 1
Main co-ordinator

CVO  Antwerpen-Zuid, Belgium

Contact
 

Peter Vestergaard, Nørregade 42, 5690 Glamsbjerg – 62656699, pve@vucfyn.dk

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www.becoming-european.eu

 

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ACE - Aging Challenges Education

Object:

The overall objectives of the proposed project correspond with the specific and operational objectives of the Grundtvig Sectoral programmes:
 
  • To respond to the educational challenge of an ageing population in Europe
  • To help provide adults with pathways to improving their knowledge and competences
  • To improve older learner’s quality of life by providing them with an integrated programme
  • To support the development of innovative ICT-based content, services pedagogies and practice for lifelong learning
  • To improve pedagogical approaches and the management of adult education organisations
  • To facilitate the development of innovative practices in adult education and their transfer, including from a participating country to others
  • To assist people from vulnerable social groups and in marginal social contexts, in particular older people and those who have left education without basic qualifications, in order to give them alternative opportunities to access adult education

Financing:

Socrates Programme - Grundtvig 2

Project period:

2009-2011

Main co-ordinator:

CVO Antwerpen-Zuid, Belgium

Partners:

Multidisziplinares Institut fur Europa-Forschung, Austria ANOP – Associacao Nacional de Oficinas de Projecto, Desenvolvimento & Educacao, Portugal Cepa Joanmir i Mir Mao, Spain Centre for Adult Continuing Education, University College Cork, Ireland AKAD Wissenschaftliche Hochschule Lahr GmbH, Germany HF & VUC FYN Nyborg

Contact:

Peter Vestergaard - tel.: +45 6265 6680 pve@vucfyn.dk

WWW

www.ageingchallengeseducation.eu

DELAC“Discovering Europe through Language and Culture using ICT”

Institutions involved:

Cyprus, Denmark Estonia, Lithuania, Portugal, Spain

The Goal of our Learning Partnership

“Discovering Europe through Language and Culture using ICT” is to develop new ways/tools to help adult learners achieve the intercultural competences, which are needed in fast-changing society - to adapt to the requirements the European Labour Market and the requirements for the individual person living in a globalized world with diversity and complexity. This includes flexibility and mobility and having the knowledge about travelling, different viewpoints and customs in different cultures as well as a common second language.

Core objectives:

The main idea of this project is using the basic skills of ICT parallel with English language learning in order to integrate these useful actions and experiences in the everyday learning environment adult learning in all participating countries local as well as regional teaching and learning basic ICT in English is just one of the few steps in our common project. Developing creative and innovative skills as flexibility and mobility using both common web environments for the learners to comment the same piece of art will lead to the sense on toleration and understanding between different cultures, which are the basics for communicating with different countries and to meet theses partners. By participating in the contact seminar in Cyprus we have experienced how much easier it is to keep up the motivation and enthusiasm when you have met your partner face to face. Knowing the partners you continue the communication which you have started - developing consciousness about similarities and differences, achieving a real understanding between different European cultures. Therefore the project includes physicalmeetings face to face as well as “meetings”, communication and cooperation using ICT.

Outputs – results/products:

One of the results will be a common web page, which will stay reachable to adult education providing institutions after the project is finished. This web page will be equipped with different essays, collages, and number different learning materials as well as rectified introductions about each participating country and its culture. In result of these actions the English language is strengthened as well as the knowledge of using ICT. Knowing the partners you continue the communication which you have started – developing consciousness about similarities and differences, achieving a real understanding between different European cultures. Through the combination of action and reflection it empowers students to take responsibility for their own learning. To qualify the process of reflection there will be cooperation with a group of evaluators from teachers’ education in Cyprus and officials from Portugal. The results and process will be disseminated in leaflet, CD and web based.