European Intergenerational Learning Platform

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We aim to improve the digital competencies of senior adults to facilitate the use of digital tools and applications in order to make them participate in society in a more active way. Perhaps even more importantly, now is the time to improve the dialogue between seniors and young people because we want to prove that these age groups can learn from each other for the benefit of society even by enhancing the employment and well-being of the European citizens. In this direction, The Learning Age project also seeks to increase the training offer of adult education centres, with innovative strategies that invite participation in training based on the methodology of intergenerational learning. This is expected to involve more adults in lifelong education in partner countries Spain, Romania, Poland and Cyprus and to create an international online learning community hosting successful projects and resources based on the principles of inclusion.

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GET TOGETHER

AGE GET TOGETHER

One of our goals is to empower both young adults and seniors. The richness of the learning process lies in the fact that it will be built between educators, senior adults and young adults, it will not be a traditional teaching-learning process, it will be peer-to-peer learning, where adults are the protagonists and learn by doing. Learning by doing is the main way to learn digital skills.

At the same time, researches shows that intergenerational learning is an excellent mechanism to promote transformative education, most significantly in the youngest. In this way we will connect the two age groups into an efficient and sustainable education plan.

 

ONLINE TRAINING
AGE Course

Through Online training we want to give you the opportunity to increase your knowledge.

It is your chance to gain new digital skills. You will develop your skills and attitudes that can contribute to your employability and personal development. Nevertheless, it is your turn to contribute to social inclusion prospects!

Learn how to communicate and gain knowledge more effectively with the help of our platform!

We have prepared well-structured courses to help you reach your potential step by step. All you have to do is sign up and be prepared to get in touch with new knowledge of different age groups!

INCLUSIVE LEARNING

AGE Learning

These are some of the benefits of the inclusive education courses we have prepared for you:

– to increase opportunities for learning and social participation for older adults, especially in relation to digital skills, thus achieving more autonomy for seniors

– to facilitate and improve contact between generations of seniors and young adults

– to create an international online learning community 

– to use intergenerational learning methodologies for communication and innovation on a large scale

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The Learning Age aims to provide the individual with the values, attitudes, skills and knowledge to use the digital tools of today and tomorrow. Being equipped with these digital values as a differentiating element in intergenerational learning, for communication and innovation on a large scale, content will be created for an audiovisual reproduction channel, based on an active and dynamic transnational network of transmission and instantaneous interaction of knowledge and experiences among adults.

Seniors and young people, made up of adults from the consortium’s partner countries, where training tutorials are hosted divided into different areas of interest, based on key competencies, such as: citizenship, family and values, labor market and professions, life experiences, health, environmenteconomy.These tutorials will be developed mainly by senior adults, through digital training received by young adults, where channel beneficiaries can acquire this training and resolve doubts and questions in real time resolved by senior adults.

Let’s start learning from each other!

Learn to Learn Good Practices

 

Check out the good practices we collected for you

 

GP102 Parenting in a multicultural society

GP102 Parenting in a multicultural society

GP101 Journey everywhere

GP101 Journey everywhere

GP100 Senior entrepreneurship

GP100 Senior entrepreneurship

GP99 Learning in later life

GP99 Learning in later life

GP98 Customised education

GP98 Customised education

GP97 Workplace intergenerational mentoring

GP97 Workplace intergenerational mentoring

GP96 The truth is different

GP96 The truth is different

GP95 Senior-to-integration

GP95 Senior-to-integration

GP94 Intergenerational Oxford debates

GP94 Intergenerational Oxford debates

GP93 Women’s active development

GP93 Women’s active development

GP92 Roots and wings

GP92 Roots and wings

GP91 Leisure school

GP91 Leisure school

GP90 Someone to write to her

GP90 Someone to write to her

GP89 Make a difference

GP89 Make a difference

GP88 Gent Gran, Gent Petita

GP88 Gent Gran, Gent Petita

GP87 Grandparents’ school

GP87 Grandparents’ school

GP86 Draw dementia

GP86 Draw dementia

GP85 ShapeMS

GP85 ShapeMS

GP84 4 Χ F for silver safety

GP84 4 Χ F for silver safety

GP83 Health pro elderly

GP83 Health pro elderly

GP82 We don’t look away

GP82 We don’t look away

GP81 ANTAMA

GP81 ANTAMA

GP80 Bridge game jam & bridge plus

GP80 Bridge game jam & bridge plus

GP79 Telephone of kindness

GP79 Telephone of kindness

GP78 Sport picnic

GP78 Sport picnic

GP77 Research walk

GP77 Research walk

GP76 Intergenerational reference centre

GP76 Intergenerational reference centre

GP75 Peace messengers

GP75 Peace messengers

GP74 Housing program

GP74 Housing program

GP73 Passing on knowledge

GP73 Passing on knowledge

GP72 Intergenerational encounters

GP72 Intergenerational encounters

GP71 “Bestalde” programme

GP71 “Bestalde” programme

GP70 We have a lot in common

GP70 We have a lot in common

GP69 Enjoy the experience

GP69 Enjoy the experience

GP68 Zamhora

GP68 Zamhora

GP67 Intergenerational meeting

GP67 Intergenerational meeting

GP66 Intergenerational cohousing

GP66 Intergenerational cohousing

GP65 Year-round collaboration

GP65 Year-round collaboration

GP64 Adult teaching

GP64 Adult teaching

GP63 Better work in old age

GP63 Better work in old age

GP62 Active seniors

GP62 Active seniors

GP61 Interview with seniors

GP61 Interview with seniors

GP60 Krosno social archive

GP60 Krosno social archive

GP59 Give way to the senior

GP59 Give way to the senior

GP58 Exchange of passion

GP58 Exchange of passion

GP57 Around the table

GP57 Around the table

GP56 Grass roots

GP56 Grass roots

GP55 ReNOWAtornia

GP55 ReNOWAtornia

GP54 STAR. Generations

GP54 STAR. Generations

GP53 Infant education

GP53 Infant education

GP52 Good manners

GP52 Good manners

GP51 Intergenerational volunteering

GP51 Intergenerational volunteering

GP50 Nursery schools

GP50 Nursery schools

GP49 Exchange programme

GP49 Exchange programme

GP48 Adopt a grandparent

GP48 Adopt a grandparent

GP47 Stories to teach values

GP47 Stories to teach values

GP46 A senior and a child

GP46 A senior and a child

GP45 Poetic Slam

GP45 Poetic Slam

GP44 My grandmother is

GP44 My grandmother is

GP43 Respect folklore

GP43 Respect folklore

GP42 Malinnica’s musical tradition

GP42 Malinnica’s musical tradition

GP41 Musical tradition

GP41 Musical tradition

GP40 Photography workshop

GP40 Photography workshop

GP39 The right to remember

GP39 The right to remember

GP38 I’ll show your story

GP38 I’ll show your story

GP37 Seniors’ club

GP37 Seniors’ club

GP36 Mobile games zone

GP36 Mobile games zone

GP35 Where to

GP35 Where to

GP34 Seniors stories

GP34 Seniors stories

GP33 Balloon pool

GP33 Balloon pool

GP32 Intermingling of cultures

GP32 Intermingling of cultures

GP31 Old love doesn’t get old

GP31 Old love doesn’t get old

GP30 Talk about immigration

GP30 Talk about immigration

GP29 Way of St. James

GP29 Way of St. James

GP28 Connecting ages, knowledge

GP28 Connecting ages, knowledge

GP27 Day of grandmothers

GP27 Day of grandmothers

GP26 Industrial memory

GP26 Industrial memory

GP25 Folk art

GP25 Folk art

GP24 Ecological solidarity

GP24 Ecological solidarity

GP23 Second Life

GP23 Second Life

GP22 Green garden

GP22 Green garden

GP21 Cultural managers in libraries

GP21 Cultural managers in libraries

GP20 Interfungi project

GP20 Interfungi project

GP19 Therapeutic garden

GP19 Therapeutic garden

GP18 Sunflowers and legends

GP18 Sunflowers and legends

GP17 Camping with grandparents

GP17 Camping with grandparents

GP16 The earth unites us

GP16 The earth unites us

GP15 Senior classrooms

GP15 Senior classrooms

GP14 Active and healthy ageing

GP14 Active and healthy ageing

GP13 Combating fake news

GP13 Combating fake news

GP12 Intergenerational learning

GP12 Intergenerational learning

GP11 Poets on the web

GP11 Poets on the web

GP10 Silver not gold

GP10 Silver not gold

GP9 Editorial offices

GP9 Editorial offices

GP8 Ask Poland

GP8 Ask Poland

GP7 SuperSTARSi

GP7 SuperSTARSi

GP6 Virtual museum of photography

GP6 Virtual museum of photography

GP5 Memory digitiser

GP5 Memory digitiser

GP4 Film competition

GP4 Film competition

GP3 Connect youth

GP3 Connect youth

GP2 Photography for seniors

GP2 Photography for seniors

GP1 School of grandparents

GP1 School of grandparents

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2 Comments

  1. Eva Martin Alvarez

    This is a lot of work, great job! And thanks for sharing

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    • Nicoleta

      Dear Eva, thank you for your appreciation! Please follow our page because more good quality educational materials are coming.

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Intergenerational video story tales

Video tales from Spain

Video tales from Romania

Video tales from Poland

Behind the scenes: How it’s made in 5 simple steps

1. Training for young people

2. Intergenerational meetings

3. Video making process

4. How we engaged adults

5. A project summary

How we work

We create an innovative learning environment for teaching and gaining new knowledge. But before gaining new knowledge, to do it more effectively you have to learn how to learn.

Because we chose innovative teaching methods, our learners can select the lesson that fits with their learning style.

We encourage trainers to take maximum advantages of digital technologies in creative, collaborative and efficient ways.

The Massive Open Online Courses (MOOC) provide to youth workers flexible ways to learn how to promote the digital citizenship to young people.

Benefits of e-learning platform

Open access – login without bureaucratic obligations. 

Learning opportunities – improve employability and social inclusion of seniors and NEETs

Adults will develop key competences and skills to foster personal development of the elderly

International collaboration between youth, seniors and adult education centres

Promote the intergenerational learning process and the recognition of social workers in Romania, in partners countries and everywhere across Europe

Events across Europe

We share what works!

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Our Partners

Find out all the partners which are part of our family!

A multi-disciplinary, complementary partnership consisting of four NGOs from Romania, Spain, Cyprus and Poland will work for you. Thus, you will benefit from a multilingual non-formal learning environment. Find more about our activities.

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