1. Cinzia

    On-line training to teach curricular subjects using art forms

    Dear all,   The e-ARTinED consortium ( organizes a distant-learning training programme for European pre-primary and primary school teachers, educators interested in inclusive practices and education design professionals. It is also relevant for professionals working with training providers.   The programme is about the use of arts to teach curricular... Comment
  2. Tomáš

    MEDART – Methods of Education for Disadvantaged Adults Rooted in Theatre

    The MEDART project was focused on creating a methodological manual for education of socially disadvantaged adults through theatrical and dramatherapeutic approaches and techniques. We found, created and used theatrical exercises, practices, techniques and methods to help disadvantaged adults increase their chances of getting a job. During our more than ten-year... Comment
  3. Panni

    divercity – diversity in the museum and in the city

    coordinationg organisation: Universidade Complutense de Madrid (Spain) partners: Elan Interculturel (France), Rede (Portugal), Stand 129 (Austria), Museum of Ethnograpy (Hungary), MHelsinki Art Museum (Finnland), Artemisszió (Hungary) The project is financed by the Erasmus+ program There are barriers to access of culture virtually in all European societies, and these barriers are... Comment
  4. Lukasz

    Cine-Train: Film-Making for Educators

    Cine-Train is an international audiovisual workshop programme for educators working in all fields of adult education. Professionals in adult education are taught to produce videos and learn how to use cinema and audiovisual in their educational work. The idea is for them to later pass these skills on to their students. Comment
  5. Lukasz

    My Story

    The main focus of the project is to increase adult literacy, foreign language skills and ICT competencies through the use of storytelling techniques and digital story making with an active involvement of learners steering this work and taking ownership for personal progression. Comment
  6. admin

    Against Exclusion

    This project "Against Exclusion" brought together people who worked closely to activate socially and culturally excluded groups; the project worked with Teachers/Trainers and disadvantaged Adult Learners and provide a real platform to engage these adult learners through various forms of art, drama, film, photography, theatre, drawing, music, dance and crafts. 1
  7. Isabella

    ALICE _ A Learning path for an Intergenerational Creative Experience

    Creative languages such as music, storytelling, digital narrations or games, literature, cooking can facilitate communication between adults or elder people and the young, in the informal setting and atmosphere of a shared activity. The LLP-GRUNDTVIG Multilateral project “ALICE _ Adults Learning for Intergenerational Creative Experiences” (2011-2013) provided – through piloting... Comment
  8. Teresa

    VIDEOforALL – Digital Video as a Basic Tool for Language Learning

    VIDEOforALL – Digital Video as a Basic Tool for Language Learning KA2 Multilateral project  (2013-2015) Today is the video age, with many possibilities for integrating into learning. This is particularly relevant to language learning that is a multisensory process and video media has the potential to foster the communicative learning... 7
  9. Teresa

    Languages from the Cradle

    Lingua 1  -Socrates Programme European Union (2006-2008) Languages from the Cradle is a unique project designed for children aged 0-6 who, thanks to the project products, could listen and play with lullabies of 7 different European languages, with the help of their parents or carers. A  rich emotional and linguistic... 4
  10. Aleksander


    Cartoons, caricatures and comics are an excellent medium to explore stereotyped perceptions of other cultures as well as provide pathways to engage learners in collaborative projects. They are a way to describe emotions, feelings or situations, to tell stories or to illustrate a point of view on current social, political or cultural topics. As such they can be used for teaching a wide range of subjects for learners of all ages and education levels. Working on stereotypes we can recreate a more adequate picture of other ways of thinking and behaving. Comment
  11. Emanuela

    INSART – Art, Young people and Inclusion

    INSART is an innovative project which aims to provide real opportunities for personal and professional development for disadvantaged young people and young people from immigrant backgrounds across 5 European countries – through artistic experience. The project is innovative because it demonstrates how artistic techniques can give confidence to young people, and support them towards the labour market, developing their non-cognitive skills within a non-formal or informal environment as opposed to formal academic environments which are inaccessible to the target group. Comment
  12. Panni

    Ariadne training for adaptation

    Working with migrants or other marginalized communities? Interested in learning methodologies from the field of Art? Want to join an interesting international training, sharing your ideas and doubts, listening to others? If your answers are YES! you should join our Ariadne training! The methodology of the course is a) competence... 1
  13. Teresa

    Dys-A.R.T. (Art – Rights – Technology)

    Grundtvig Learning Partnership The project aims to promote a proper understanding of dyslexia and to improve the awareness of the needs and rights of dyslexic people. This goal will be attained by using new and different tools, such as artistic and technological instruments, that are intended to have, among other... 1
  14. Teresa


    Grundtvig Learning Partnership: TRANS-E-VISION 2011-2013 “TRANS-E-VISION” is a learning partnership (LP) that brings together adult education providers from DE, ES and IT. It focuses on the companionship of elderly and dying people with music as support and complement to the professional caring staff by volunteers to allow dignified ageing and... Comment