ANLA – A new learning arena
Erasmus+ KA2 Project number: 2006-1-DK01-KA204-022333
ANLA – A New Learning Arena is the project for development and improvement of adult educational system led by Piareersarfiit, Greenland with period of 2 years (2016 – 2018). This project has a strong partnership cooperation among different partners from Spain, Italy, Iceland, Denmark and Portugal.
- Collect national experiences on adult learning, self-directed learning and cooperative learning strategies from 5 participating countries in order to share them on three consecutive partnership meetings with the aim of achieving a better understanding of the whole area;
- Identify common features and differences to such an extent that the knowledge can be translated into more general concepts, the partners produces and evaluates;
- Translate the knowledge gained in specific teaching/learning process in the participants’ own classes and within the partners’ own field;
- Analyze the results of the individual of experiments;
- Be able to describe and demonstrate applications of the pedagogical main elements through national multiplier events;
- Disseminate the projects’ results.
Main contributions of the project:
- To create open and innovative education, training and youth work, embedded in the digital era,
- To enhance, extend and develop educators’ competences,
- To change the teaching-learning process in a more efficient way and identify the best approach for training,
- To make education more convenient, accessible to everyone with advantages of technologies and open educational resources,
- To introduce the innovative and digital teaching/learning concepts and methods,
- To raise the awareness of educators in sharing, exchanging and supporting of good practices and maintain the professional networks via internet tools (project website, posters, postcard),
- A website with each partner’s findings and reports for sharing and exchange during the project.
In this project, each partner will be responsible for conducting a training program within their national institutions, then, based on a common evaluation methodology, the result will be assessed and detailed reports will be released and applied to each local institution with the concept “Evidence-Based teaching”. Moreover, national seminars will be also organized in order to create the interest of the educational challenges of the project and to inspire teachers and vocational training centers to disseminate the concepts and the materials produced by this project.
Please follow our project by below meetings
- The kick-off meeting (Oct 2016, Reykjavik, Iceland)
- The 2nd meeting (Jan. 2016, Barcellona P. G, Italy)
- The 3rd meeting (June 2017, Spain)
Have a look of the official site of the project! Click HERE