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28 January 2020

6th coordination meeting - Italy

The 6th coordination meeting of the MobileBE project took place in Turin (Italy) on 28-31 January…
25 June 2019

5th coordination meeting - France

The 5th coordination meeting of the MobileBE project took place in Cherbourg (France) on 26-27 June…
13 March 2019

4th coordination meeting - Spain

The 4th coordination meeting of the MobileBE project took place in Cariñena (near by Zaragoza) in…
07 August 2018

3rd coordination meeting - Sweden

The 3rd coordination meeting of the MobileBE project took place in Västeras (Sweden) on 8-9 August…
18 April 2018

2nd coordination meeting - Bulgaria

The second international coordination meeting of the MobileBE project toke place on April 18-19…
Next events
11 May 2020

POSTPONE - International staff training

The staff training is cancelled, because of COVID-19. Hopefully the staff training can be made up…
22 June 2020

POSTPONE - final coordination meeting - Germany

The final international coordination meeting is cancelled, because of COVID-19. Hopefully the staff…
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Introduction to the Project

MobileBE is a three years Strategic partnership project co-founded through the Erasmus+ programme of the European Union. MobileBE aims at extending basic skill education to low skilled adults who, due to specific circumstances of life, are not able to attend traditional or existing learning offers. For example, such adults may be single parents, shift workers, nursing relatives, people with health issues, people living in remote or rural areas, prisoners in home detention and many others.

To meet the specific needs of these people, the partners in the project develop new custom-made education and training methods. These methods may include distance learning or e-learning, but this is not binding. The crucial task is to find teaching setups that fit the needs of the target groups so to enable them to engage in learning activities leading them to improved literacy and basic education.

Each new method will include at least four aspects: 1) facilitate access to education and training for the target public; 2) enhance participants’ motivation; 3) allow the diagnosis of the participants’ learning needs; 4) lead to the validation of the learning outcomes.

In total, 16 new methods will be developed by the 8 country partners of the project, that is:

The 16 new methods developed will be tested during pilot projects (on average 2 per country) and documented through promotional-motivational videos, which will be broadly disseminated through different communication channels, as any other project results.

 

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Pilot projects presented briefly
13693

Piloting in Västerås (Sweden)

Jazmin Petersson, Västerås folkhögskola, Sweden
13965

Piloting in Göttingen (Germany)

Gundula Laudin, Volkshochschule Göttingen Osterode
14101

Piloting in Cariñena (Spain)

Saray Baquedano, Centro Público de Educación de Adultos, Cariñena/Zaragoza
13905

Piloting in Cherbourg (France)

Sébastien Dubost, INFREP, Cherbourg, France (Institut National de Formation et de Recherche sur…
14066

Piloting in Loveč (Bulgaria)

Svilen Andreev, Združenie “Znanie”, Loveč
13788

Piloting in Hannover (Germany)

Christian Geiselmann, Volkshochschule Hannover (Germany)
13254

Piloting in Torino (Italy)

Claudia Ducange, Fondacione Casa di Carità, Torino
13784

Piloting in Vienna (Austria)

Herbert Depner, Die Wiener Volkshochschulen (Austria)

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