INNOVATIVE TRAINING COURSE FOR ADULT EDUCATORS

Train The Trainer
of Immigrants

A training methodology on non-formal learning.

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Project no:
2019-1-PL01-KA204-065646

project coordinator: Ad MERITUM Foundation

Dates of the project:
November 2019 – October 2021

Training in Greece and Spain
An Erasmus+ KA2 project

Training methodology on
non-formal and in-formal learning

This project aims to develop and implement a training methodology on non-formal and on-formal learning of languages for immigrants. During two years (2019 – 2021), international organizations will work in order to fulfill this objective.
The TTT-I training program will focus on non-formal and in-formal learning methodologies that will conform a curriculum including topics such as cyber café, language tandem, how to deal with traumatic situations, generate awareness about cultural differences, the socio-economic environment, and cultural mediation for immigrants. This training course will be developed and implemented in two phases, first a previous version in the Training in Lesvos and a more advanced version in the Training in Spain, in which more participants will be involved.

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Project Partners

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Project Stages
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all over the Europe

A Strategic Partnership

The partnership of this project is composed by the coordinator
of the project Fundacja Ad Meritum (Poland), Active Citizens Association (Greece), Second Chance School of Mytilene (Greece) and Jaume I University Business Foundation (Spain).

Going on

Project Stages

IV – VI 2020

Second meeting, final version of TTT-I program, learning platform, project library, forum

XI 2020 – V 2021

Third meeting, evaluation of IO/A4 – IO/A6 stages, preparation for international training

VII-VIII 2021

Learning Teaching Training in Valencia, Multiplier Events and final meeting

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    The Cyber Café

    It is well known that to successfully implement new curricula, teachers need professional learning opportunities and ongoing support to make the needed changes to their pedagogical practices. Professional development is often offsite, after school, and on weekends. Geographic and temporal limitations often prevent suburban and rural teachers from being able to attend meaningful and transformative, face-to-face professional development opportunities. CyberCafé aims to support the professional development of language teachers and trainers working with migrants. 

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