Open doors for non-formal

Open doors for non-formal

2014-1-RO01-KA201-002889

Project file

Project file

Title: Open doors for non-formal

 

Reference number: 2014-1-RO01-KA201-002889

Partner countries:  Netherlands, Romania, Greece, Poland, Lithuania, Turkey

Duration:   2 years (2014-2016)

 

Objectives:

  • To increase students’ motivation, by implementing attractive formulas, teaching methods and unconventional training ways in the European Union
  • To enhance and enrich our training methodology by sharing the best practice from each partner country
  • To motivate towards the learning of other language through carrying out and  displaying of a common project
  • To foster the use of ICT, both individually and in the classroom through its use as the main communication system in the development of the project
  • To improve the self-esteem of the teachers and to encourage them to learn, to use multidisciplinary approaches, to share knowledge, experience and become multipliers of common European visions in their educational organizations
  • To benefit from examples of good practice that can lead to higher quality education, and of the European values in the school’s activities
  • To improve participants’ intercultural knowledge and English language skills, during the project meetings
  • To produce a tried and tested bank of resources which based on Conventional and Unconventional Training Forms which it is to be used not only by all participant organizations but also by the wider community through the WEB of the project

 

 

Outcomes:

  • training for teachers from the partner schools organized by Quarter Mediation
  • comparative analysis of traditional and non-formal lessons
  • learning methods for students with difficulties, for a large scale of subjects,  pedagogical approaches and tools
  • workshops
  • movies
  • e-booklet with students’ works;
  • multilingual glossary
  • a play made by partner students
  • project website and online forum

 

 

Meetings

Meetings

Outcomes

This project has been funded with support from the European Commission, Erasmus+ Programme 2014-2020, KA2 Strategic Partnership.