The FuturoDigitale Association is a Partner of the project
APPLICANT: Intermediakt (project page)
Participating countries: Albania, Bulgaria, Georgia, Germany, Greece, Italy, Lithuania, Poland, Romania, Serbia, Spain, Sweden, Turkey, Netherlands, United Kingdom
Participants: 30 young
Date: 24 November – 2 December 2014 (including travel days)
Place: Patras, Greece
The Association digital future search:
- 2 young people between 18 and 26 years
Profile of participants: students and Master students of Pedagogical University departments, students and master students of technical schools in primary education, young teachers who are doing their internship or have recently entered the labour market.
- the costs for participation in the activities, room and Board are free of charge and therefore the sole responsibility of the organizing Association.
- the participant must anticipate the travel expenses, which will be followed by a refund up to 275.00 €
- You must pay, before departure, a fee of 40 €, as reimbursement for digital future.
Participants will receive a certificate, “Youthpass” which describes and validates the non-formal and informal learning experience gained during the project, to be attached to the CV.
The project is designed to help young educators who wish to develop their knowledge on the principles of intercultural education and teaching in multicultural environments. Participants will learn alternative teaching methods that relate to modern pedagogy, will experience self-assessment techniques and will reveal the connection of stereotypes and prejudices to socially vulnerable groups. Through the activities
of the training course they will explore the various inadequacies of current education methods and will increase their strengths in the competitive labor market by creating their own innovative solutions. The ultimate goal to be achieved by the completion of the program is for participants to be more well-informed about their profession and to feel more creative and determined, to develop strong team spirit, to eliminate any feelings of xenophobia and most importantly to be able to exploit their capacity as European citizens in an attempt to build a more humanistic education. The project will take place in Patras, Greece from 24 November to December 2, 2014 with the participation of 30 young people from the following countries: Albania, Bulgaria, Georgia, Germany, Greece, Italy, Lithuania, Poland, Romania, Serbia, Spain, Sweden, Turkey, The Netherlands and United Kingdom.