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Project number: 2020-3-PL01-KA105-094991
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“Develop your creativity” Cooperation for innovation and the exchange of good practice KA227 – Partnerships for Creativity (Adult education) is going really well.
We are glad the current situation didn’t stop us from making this project successful. The partnership with Kreatywni dla Biznesu – obudź w sobie kreatwyność – Polish NGO goes well! We are glad to have such as amazing project partners.
The project builds its activities on the basis of stimulating creativity through broadly understood culture and art. Building creativity in non-formal education of adults is associated with a number of barriers, in order to prevent them. Educators will be provided with appropriate tools and materials for work.
One of the ways is culture, which can be presented in various forms and versions: theatre, image, music and many more. Cultural and creative skills give adults competences such as creativity, ingenuity, problem solving, cooperation. The project is consistent with the implementation of the horizontal priority – supporting creativity and cultural awareness.
The project is inspired by European observations, documents and research on adult education. There is a clear need to increase social inclusion through education across Europe, as empowering adults to acquire skills and competences is a precondition for self-fulfilment, health, employability and social inclusion, helping to strengthen Europe’s resilience in a time of rapid and profound change.
As part of the international project “DEVELOP YOUR CREATIVITY”, together with partners from Bulgaria and Poland, we have completed the implementation of Output 1, under which a guide entitled “Methodology of teaching adults and the standard of educator’s work in the COVID era”. 📘
The handbook had been developed with adult educators in mind and is, inter alia, an answer to the following questions:
– What qualifications and competences should an educator have in working remotely with adults?
– How to cooperate, motivate and maintain the willingness of education among adults?
– What tools and communicators should you use for distance learning for adults?
In addition, the guide describes the new rules of working remotely and changes in the style of work after the pandemic in Poland 🇵🇱, Bulgaria🇧🇬 and Ireland🇮🇪.
We encourage everyone who is interested to read, and we continue to work, the next results of which will be presented soon 🙂
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