Now Available Coop-in Project -1st Newsletter

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 Documenta presents Coop-in first newsletter which features the following information:


- Social innovation training goes live.
- Meet the partners.
- Project aims & impact.
- What is social innovation?
- What is next?

The project aims to promote social innovation in organizations and companies, and for this purpose will be developed an applied social innovation training plan, an online serious game for virtual work based learning, an offline co-working training toolkit, and a self-assessment tool for social innovation scrutiny.

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Documenta presents the 1st Newsletter of the StepUp2-ICT project


This first newsletter is to inform you about the AAA-Stepup2ICT Erasmus+ project objectives, the products that will be developed during its life span, the partners and the activities carried out in the first meeting held in Fano, Italy. 

This project will contribute to the professional development of trainers working in adult education, thus increasing the quality of the sector. It focuses on improving the technological capabilities of adult educators in their specific work contexts.

Link to the Newsletter

International meeting in Turkey on the occasion of FamSkill European Project kick off

FamSkill-1st meeting Last 10th of January, was concluded the first meeting of the European Project  FamSkill. DOCUMENTA participates in this project which will help adults with low levels of basic skills to re-engage with learning through an innovative family learning programme. The intervention will focus on three major dimensions: improving basic skills levels through family literacy activities (reading and writing, numeracy, digital skills); developing the learning to learn competence; and increasing parental understanding of school processes and pedagogies trough their participation.  FamSkill project is expected to contribute to: the upskilling of adult's basic skills by designing and innovative, integrated curriculum for family learning and the subsequent training materials;  increase capacity on relevant stakeholders (schools, NGO's, other educational organisation) to support and promote the implementation of family learning programmes.

The meeting was attended by representatives of 6 organizations from different countries: Turkey (2 organizations), Romania, Poland, Slovenia and Spain. During the meeting was analyzed the main action lines of the project and the outcomes expected. Also it was discussed the quality, evaluation and dissemination plans, and were clarified the different contribution from partners. 

Season's Greetings

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