Digital VET 4 all – co-existing in the digital era 2021-1-FI01-KA220-VET-000025516
TARGET GROUP: Teachers and instructors in Vocational Education and Training, indirectly Vocational students and working life representatives (workplace instructors).
TOTAL PROJECT BUDGET: € 256 460
FUNDING: Erasmus+ KA2 (Cooperation for innovation and the exchange of good practice)
PARTNERS: Vamia/City of Vaasa – Suomi, Espoon Seudun Koulutuskuntayhtymä Omnia – Suomi (coordinator), Vocational college Samiedu – Finland, SŠGT Celje – Slovenia, ATEC, Palmela – Portugal, Kuressaare Ametikool – Estonia, RBZ am Schützenpark Kiel – Germany, VMA, Verkmenntaskólinn á Akureyri – Iceland, Danmar Computers, Rzeszów – Poland
WWW-pages: https://digivet4all.com/ (not yet open)
Digital VET 4 all – co-existing in the digital era is a two-year project. This is a project on pedagogical virtual innovations and virtual internationalisation experiments between VET partners. The common theme is inclusion and ensuring sustainable possibilities of digital and virtual possibilities for all in VET. The project promotes the production, experimentation and sharing of new approaches/training methods in digital and virtual innovation.
The consortium consists of nine partner organizations from Finland, Estonia, Slovenia, Portugal, Poland, Germany and Iceland. All partners have experience from European level project work.
- To bring European VET teachers together online to experiment, create and share virtual and digital experiences and practices.
- To develop a pilot version of a new virtual visual platform (teachers’ room) for web.
- To spread the knowledge and skills about using different digital skills and tools between partners
The project outcomes:
The project intends to offer high-quality hybrid mobility opportunities with view to new contents and methods for students’ learning.
- Teachers become more aware of the inclusion challenges specifically in digital learning environments
- Teachers will learn from the project partner countries experiences in dealing with the crisis.
- New methods about how take inclusion better into consideration will be benchmarked.
- Teachers will be provided with transnational peer support for inclusion matters.
- 5. Better learning results for all students.
- 6. All students will have a sense of belonging despite their background or level of digital skills.
- 7. Long term impact will be that the students will be empowered to graduate in planned timetable despite the realities of distance learning.
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