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Project Coordinator and partners
Asociación Cazalla Intercultural, España (Coordinator)
Centro de educación de adultos “Alta Guadalentín” (Spain)
Replay Network (Italy)
Isola Verde (Italy)
CRI PACA (France)
Horse Pistes (France)
Title & Reference code
Learning   Zone
Language
English
Duration28 months
Description
AIM
Develop an educational strategy to support the acquisition of key competences in recent migrants and refugees to facilitate their adaptation to the host society.
 
OBJECTIVES
Integrate the tools of non-formal education with an empirical approach in the Educational Curriculum of Adult Education Centres with migrant and / or recent refugees learners.
Understand the educational needs of migrants and recent refugees to give them a response from the existing adult educational institutions.
Develop a Massive Open Online Course for adult educators can improve the necessary skills to enable them to facilitate adaptation of migrants and recent refugees to the host society.
Key words
Learning, educators, student needs, refugees, immigrants, online education
Link to the project's website
http://cazalla-intercultural.org/learning-zone/
Other interesting information
This project is developed in a context where, on the one hand, it increases the need to migrate because of wars, disasters and poverty and on the other hand, increases the hostility of the locals towards foreigners, especially if their religion is Islam (Islamophobia). Refugees and migrants seeking to adapt as soon as possible to the host country through language courses for foreigners, taught by educators, teachers and volunteers. We believe that these classes are the perfect place to introduce non-formal methodologies and key learning competences through lifelong learning, context and understand that European society has to make an effort, through projects like this, to send a message of peace and peaceful coexistence.
The strategic outcomes are: development of skills of educators, trainers and students and cooperation of local and national networks, giving a more tailored response to the needs of learning of immigrants and refugees.
Tangible results will be: a publication about learning needs of educators and students, an educational program developed with the aim of introducing in the classroom approaches and methodologies of non-formal education to facilitate the adaptation of immigrant or refugee status in the host country and one MOOC online to help to reach a greater number of educators and teachers multipliers.
Interest for the project
5/5
Contributor´s name + email
         
Stéphanie Barillé - stephanie@unak.is
Co-funded by The Erasmus+ programme of the European Union.
This project has been funded with support from the European Commission.
This publication 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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