Arte-D: Youth Social Inclusion through Digital Art 

ERASMUS + KA2: Cooperation For Innovation And The Exchange Of Good Practices

PROJECT № 2020-2-ES02-KA205-015598 (2020 – 2022)

Through this project, the partners reassess the artistic and creative potential of young people in an environment where modern educational trends, leisure activities and employment models coexist with the technological and digital revolution. 


Therefore, tailored high-quality training programmes will enhance the skills and abilities of youth workers to work with NEET. By using digital technologies and tools to encourage their creative and artistic expression, NEET will also face fewer challenges in education and employment activities.


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TIMELESS: Cultural Interpretation As A Non-Formal And Informal Learning Method In Adult Education

ERASMUS + KA2: Cooperation for innovation and the exchange of good practices

Project № 2019-1-TR01-KA204-073839 (2019 – 2022)

Timeless project aimed at promoting the professional development of adult educators working with older adults through new training opportunities. This has led to the development of traditional EFL-based learning materials in collaboration with adult learners. The project raises appreciation for local and common European heritage, increases cultural awareness, and fosters intercultural dialogue through the interpretation of common European patrimony in the context of non-formal and informal adult education in foreign languages.


The learning materials are developed by and for adult educators with the collaboration of working groups of seniors. Through this collaborative process, older learners supported by adult educators prepared EFL materials for their English classes tailored to their needs and interests. Free learning materials now can be used in other adult education centres working with seniors.


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Digital Inclusion: Transforming and Internationalizing Schools through Technology

ERASMUS + KA2: Cooperation for innovation and the exchange of good practices

Project № 2020-1-ES01-KA201-082122 (2020 – 2022)

Educators should be able to adapt the teaching process to the abilities of all the students. Children of foreign origin who enter school late and often do not speak the local language, such as unaccompanied minors, and children with disabilities or long-term health problems, who cannot attend school regularly and whose learning is therefore affected are in need of tailored education. 


The project aims to strengthen the professional competencies of teachers participating in the exchange of practices and to promote the inclusive school concept. Also, help teachers to discover innovative teaching methods to increase motivation, reduce the level of aggressiveness of their students and educate them with respect to moral principles and values of the European Union with new technologies at the core. 


Visit and access free materials containing “good practices” among European teachers who work with students aged 9-13 years old. 

Compass: Enhancing Motivation of Older Learners to learn through Cultural Materials

ERASMUS + KA2: Cooperation for innovation and the exchange of good practices

Project № 2020-1-DE02-KA204-007391 (2020 – 2023)

Compass is an initiative born from the need identified in all partner countries to motivate older learners to take a more active part in lifelong learning. Partners believe that in a more and more globalized world, where people move and travel from country to country, foreign languages are an essential vehicle to ensure communication among societies.


In order to motivate seniors to improve their foreign language skills, educators need to be equipped with the necessary techniques and strategies to do so. Partners’ goal was to develop new and innovative ways to combine foreign language learning and cultural heritage. As a result, educational materials and methodologies were created to lead to the improvement of teaching competencies of adult educators and trigger the motivation for learning of older learners.


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DALI 4 YOUTH: Digital Art for Learning, Inclusion, Creating Equity and Embracing Diversity

ERASMUS + KA2: Cooperation for Innovation and the Exchange of Good Practices

PROJECT № 2021-1-FR02-KA220-YOU-000028532 (2021 – 2023)

COVID19 pandemic made it more apparent than ever before that young people rely on technologies in a variety of contexts beyond just “leisure time.” Art is a fantastic way for people to express themselves and connect with others, as many educators have already noted. The project aims to increase the knowledge and skills of youth workers, which will help them empathize with the young people in the NEET field with the assistance of digital art.


As a result, young people will have the means to strengthen their motivation, self-esteem, and belief in themselves, making them better prepared to enter the workforce and engage in an active role in society.  The project will integrate digital technology with a creative and artistic viewpoint to promote social inclusion, something that should be prioritized by everyone, entity, or institution working in the youth field and with the goal of enhancing youth work.


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4 Elements In Arts

ERASMUS + KA2: Cooperation partnerships in adult education

PROJECT № KA220-ADU-F23A6749 (2022 – 2024)

FOUR-ELEMENTS IN ART project will raise awareness and appreciation for the potential of creative thinking, art and creativity as a way to fight the alienation of people with special needs who take part in lifelong learning. Adult educators will be provided with the tools and techniques needed to implement new educational practices and approaches with their learners.

The project will focus on adults with learning difficulties in general, and individuals who have difficulty progressing in their learning at the pace established by institutions in specific contexts.


Partners believe they can learn any academic skill but at a rate and depth of their own. Learning new concepts is especially challenging, as these learners require more time to study. They also are more prone to anxiety, perhaps have low self-esteem and are quick on giving up. Planned activities adapted to learners that include art as a background will help emphasize their strengths, instead of their weaknesses and will thus give them better chances to experience learning success.


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We Are Colourful

ERASMUS + KA220-SCH – Cooperation partnerships in school

PROJECT № 2021-1-LT01-KA220-SCH-000032445 (2022 – 2024)

We Are Colourful project focuses on the prevention, identification and reduction of problems generated in the classroom due to differences between pupils. Partnership put forth the theory that differences in students’ learning styles, learning processes, cultural backgrounds, and social inequalities are not sufficiently taken into account in classroom settings.


The project seeks to provide theoretical and practical instruction on cultural diversity and social inequality in the classroom, as well as on developmental disorders and different learning processes: cognitive functions, contextual, emotional and motivational aspects. This is expected to improve the reach of people with fewer opportunities; including people with disabilities, those with an immigrant background, those facing socio-economic difficulties or any other source of inequality that may hinder the creation of an inclusive environment.


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