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Eddili to educate is to make possible the discovery of life
EDDILI – To Educate is to make possible the Discovery of LIfe

Lifelonglearning

GrundtvigMultilateral project

2009 - 2011


Project description

Project LIfedescription

Length & Target group

Aims

Main phases – milestones

International meetings

Continuous activities

Results

Impact

Workpackage

Partnership & tasks

Principles of good work

staff


Lenght target group
Lenght LIfe & Target group

  • 24 months: November 2009  October 2011

  • Target group


Aims LIfe

  • To share with partners the reciprocal maieutic approach (RMA).

  • To support ALS to learn transversal pedagogical knowledge, skills and attitudes through the reciprocal maieutic approach.

  • To increase the quality of learning contexts of adult learners.

  • To make possible that adult learners gain new knowledge, skills and attitudes.

  • To encourage adult learning staff to create a network.


Main phases milestones i
Main LIfephases – milestones (I)


Main phases milestones ii
Main LIfephases – milestones (II)


International meetings
International LIfemeetings

  • January 2010 – Kick-off + training of trainers of ALS (Italy)

  • June 2010 – international seminar comprised in the courseto ALS (Netherlands)

  • September 2011 – internationalvalorisation seminar (Cyprus)


Continuous activities
Continuous LIfeactivities


Results
Results LIfe

  • Training manual about reciprocal maieutic approach

  • Training modules

  • Self-learning modules

  • Website with chat open to new users

  • ALS – new pedagogical knowledge, skills and attitudes

  • Consortia – increased experience, new partnerships

  • Adult learners – personal and social development, self-esteem, new skills-competences-attitudes

  • Local communities – intercultural awareness, knowledge about European programmes

  • Network of ALS


Impact
Impact LIfe

  • Increasedquality in training deliveredtoALS

  • Introduction of a newapproach in the training deliveredtoALS

  • Increasedquality in adultlearning

  • Betteradultlearnersqualifications


Workpackage i
Workpackage LIfe (I)

Aim

Description of the work

Outcomes of the work

Partnersinvolved

Calculation of the work force


Workpackage ii
Workpackage LIfe (II)


Workpackage iii
Workpackage LIfe (III)


Workpackage iv
Workpackage LIfe (IV)


Workpackage v
Workpackage LIfe (V)


Partnership tasks
Partnership & LIfeTasks

  • Whatmeanstobe the COORDINATOR??

  • Responsibility

  • Coordinate the work of the partnership

  • Be in charge of deadlines

  • Gather the delivarables of the WP

  • Report to the CSC


Staff
Staff LIfe

  • Project coordinator

  • Maieutic expert

  • Financial manager

  • ICT manager

  • General country coordinator

  • Trainer


This project has been funded with support from the European Commission. This publication [communication] reflects the views only of the author, and the Commission cannot be held responsible for any use which may be made of the information contained therein.


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