This catalogue of free digital learning initiatives has been finalised as of July 2021. The project team will continue to receive requests for new initiatives and the next update is scheduled for June 2022. The catalogue is open and freely accessible to all interested parties. Submit an initiative that fits the purpose of the project to be considered for the catalogue.If you would like to submit an initiative to be considered for the catalogue, please fill in this template and send it to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Catalogue of Initiatives
- Social inclusion
- Support Personnel
Online Webquest Integration Resources The online webquests that comprise this innovative learning resource have been developed to support the acquisition of competences in civic, social, and economic areas. In each thematic area, resources will address 4 topics at three different skill levels, namely: introductory, intermediate and advanced.
In-Service Training Programme and Handbook
Partners developed a bespoke in-service training programme to ensure that
- adult educators and migrant support workers are fully trained to harness the potential of the new online webquest integration resources
- the online platform to help migrant target group members develops the key competences that are essential for sustainable integration in their new host country
Online Learning Portal The online earning portal as a one-stop-shop provides instant access to the full suite of online webquest integration resources developed. The platform supports a wide range of innovative online courseware. It incorporates a learner tracking mechanism to enable adult educators and migrant support workers to monitor the progress of learners through the various different resources provided. It also supports the delivery of the in-service training programme.
Policy Paper Presents the findings of the consortium.
|Title||ENTRADA: Using Challenge - based Learning to Support the Civic, Social and Economic Integration of Migrant Communities|
|Status (Ongoing, forthcoming)||Ongoing|
|Type of Resource||Online Webquest Integration Resources, In-Service Training Programme and Handbook, Online Learning Portal, Policy Paper|
|Online or Blended||Online and Blended|
|Learning outcomes||Online Webquest Integration Resources making a lasting impact on the target group in all partner countries and building key competences that are essential for sustainable civic, social and economic integration.
In-Service Training Programme and Handbook, ensuring that educators are confident working in these environments, and allowing for on-going impact and positive implications for the provision of adult education to the most marginalised groups in society
|Evaluation results/ monitoring plan||We are tracking the registrations in the platform and evaluating the progress of the participants.|
|Learning assessment||After the completion of each thematic area (Social Integration, Civic Integration & Economic Integration) we have added an evaluation|
|Recognition or certification of learning||We have embedded badges on the eLearning platform that are given to participants after the completion of the online Webquest Integration Resources|
|Europass||Aligned with basic Europass fields|
|Financing and sustainability model||Co - funded by the Erasmus + Programme of the European Union|
|Leading Organization||SOLUCIONES TECNO-PROFESIONALES COUNSULTING - SPAIN|
|Contact Person||Contact Person: Marta Munoz
|Is this initiative country-specific? If yes, please specify the country||No|