The DIGI:GO project aims to support adult educators, VET providers, teachers and other professionals from the social and education field in the incorporation of online tools to enhance teaching and learning; how to use educational technologies to deliver training in a hybrid environment, and how to use the best pedagogical approaches that will prepare them to effectively deliver tailor-made training programmes with their target-groups.
The project aims to enhance the teaching and learning of educators on:
Toolkit of Digital Skills Development: a practical toolkit that will aim to support the development of key digital skills that are aligned with the Digital Competence Framework for Citizens 2.0 (DigComp).
In-Service Training Programme: the curricula which will provide adult educators, VET providers, teachers, and other professionals from the social and educational field a tailored training experience on innovation in educational technologies and hybrid learning systems.
E-Learning Platform: it will host the project’s resources in bite-sized units.
Policy Paper: provide operational and policy recommendations based on the analysis of the results of the transnational project for decisions and policymakers in the adult education and social innovation field.
The project is designed through the methodology of participatory action research. This means that we include the community intervention dimension in all our educational programmes, aiming to bring the community closer together at all project stages. This methodological approach allows the development of a highly cooperative intervention, which we believe is the best methodological approach to work in socio-educational programmes with adults and seniors.
iserundschmidt has been operating in the field of science communication for over 20 years now. We provide strategic consultation, develop campaigns and independent productions. The spectrum of clients ranges from federal ministries and research organizations to foundations and international companies.
Scienox, powerado, planeterde.de, quantum leap, follow me, science on, grand science slam – titles of productions by iserundschmidt that provide insights into unknown aspects of science and technology. The agency with its departments editing, press work, graphics, event, show and digital is a pioneer of open-minded and self-critical science public relations – and was responsible for the conception and implementation of a dialogue campaign for the first three “science years” in Germany (year of physics, 2000 / year of life sciences, 2001 / year of geosciences, 2002).
Proportional Message works on planning, implementation, and evaluation of coeducational projects, and social raising initiatives, with a strong partnership between the local enterprises, regional stakeholders, and policymakers. The main aim is to contribute to the creation of educational environments, practices, and research where the social, emotional, and cognitive areas can be developed.
The Square Dot team specialises in the policy fields of social inclusion, migration, entrepreneurship, VET and skills development. In this context, we aim to develop research and provide policy advice with the view to enrich public policy with tailor-made, innovative and socially responsible solutions in the following areas:
The Innovation Hive is a private non-profit organization, located in Larissa, Greece. Its main mission is bringing open innovation in different areas of the applications, based on the large partnership of stakeholders.
Innovation Hive’s goal is to find solutions to the new innovation challenges, to achieve Growth, Sustainability and maximize the impact to the society. In order to achieve this goal, organization’s strategy is to conduct research and education as well as promote innovation by accomplishing the involvement of society, academia, industry and public sector with the use of co-creation methodologies and a quadruple helix approach.
The organization is active in the fields of business and social innovation and its actions aiming to enhance the economic and social cohesion of European societies through the development and implementation of innovation-driven methodologies and technological tools.
Exeo Lab is a young Business Consulting firm active in the areas of Public Administration and SME consulting and in the field of transnational cooperation.
Thanks to a highly specialized team, we support companies and sturtuppers in the development and implementation of change management and business development processes, guiding them in a change of perspective with a highly creative approach, with highly technological tools and proposing customized development strategies to face market challenges.
We also participate in regional, national and transnational research projects aimed at creating development opportunities for territories especially in the field of entrepreneurship, social and labor inclusion and sustainable development.
CARDET (Centre for Advancement of Research and Development in Educational Technology) an independent, non-profit, non-governmental, research and development organisation based in Cyprus. It is one of the leading research and development centres in the Euro-Mediterranean region, with global expertise in project design and implementation, capacity building, and e-learning. CARDET is independently affiliated with universities and institutions from around the world, such as Yale University, the University of Nicosia, and the International Council of Educational Media. CARDET has completed numerous projects relating to the development of capacity building and planning in education and VET, youth support, adult learning, literacies, digital tools, e-learning, educational technology, and social integration of marginalised groups. One of the organisation’s core-strengths is the ability to carefully plan, implement, execute, and evaluate projects in various contexts.
CARDET’s mission is to inspire next generation education, and to promote research, innovation, and development through evidence-based practises, cutting-edge research, and empowered people.
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[Project Number: 2021-1-DE02-KA220-ADU-000033768]