How to improve the integration of low-skilled adults?
How to support the educators that deal with the education of the adult low-skilled?
The project contributes to achieve Europe 2020 benchmarks:
- to decrease number of low-skilled adults in mathematical skills up to 15%;
- to increase employment rate by 75%;
- to raise participation of adults in lifelong learning by 15%.
M-EASY project aims at:
- improving the integration of low-skills adults through developing their mathematic skills by using problem-solving ICT-based approach;
- monitoring, assessing and collecting learners achievements in order to facilitate the validation of obtained basis skills;
- extending and developing educators’ competences needed for effective training of the low-skilled;
- increasing engagement of local communities to foster inclusion and integration of low-skilled adults though education and learning.
Among the project outcomes we will produce:
- Training course ‘M-Easy’ to develop mathematics skills of low skilled adults, including refugees, asylum seekers, migrants;
- Toolkit for adult educators: Developing competences needed for effective running of ‘M-Easy’ training course;
- Educational workshop for Local Communities Success of the integration of low-skilled adults through education.
The M-Easy project lasts 28 months and is funded by Erasmus+ Programme, KA2 Strategic Partnerships for Adult Education.
The project partnership holds together 7 organisations:
- SOCIAL INNOVATION FUND SIF (Lithuania, coordinator);
- Danmar Computers LLC (Poland);
- CARDET – Centre for Advancement of Research and Development in Educational Technology LTD (Cyprus);
- Kauno rajono svietimo centras (Lithuania);
- Vizuali reklama (Lithuania);
- Die Berater Unternehmensberatungs Gesellschaft MBH (Austria);
- Centro per lo Sviluppo Creativo Danilo Dolci (Italy).
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