The European Mediacoach Initiative aims to improve the skills of children and young people on issues related to the use of the new electronic media, with a special focus on the internet and the social media through the training of adults who have daily contact with them, such as their parents and teachers.
The Media Coach Seminars aim at the training of youth professionals, teachers, librarians, youth workers so that they become professional Media Coaches.
The seminars are provided free of charge to a total of 100 people. The seminars have a total duration of forty hours and are delivered in a ten-week period.
OPEN CALL TO SCHOOLS
Better digital skills in schools – promoting inclusion for all students
The Blended Learning for Inclusion project supports the development of digital skills in your school and promotes inclusion of all students. We offer a free of charge process of adopting blended learning in your school! Let’s get blended!
Schools4Inclusion is an Erasmus+ funded project that aims to help schools evolve into becoming inclusive environments, conducive to the successful integration of children of migrant backgrounds. The project holds the view that inclusive education can help improve social cohesion, prevent child poverty and foster participation in host societies.
Evolving, adapting and improving are the basic blocks of a more inclusive future
The Athens Lifelong Learning Institute is a research and education institute based in Athens, Greece. The Institute represents a unique integration of multidisciplinary expertise and ”innovative thinking” drawing on a comprehensive and diverse knowledge base, combining research methods, network development and policy analysis.
Our aim is to enhance innovation processes mainly in the areas of lifelong learning, human capital development, labour markets and social inclusion in a local, national and European context. Our research teams specialize in the implementation of social research in the fields of social inclusion, human rights, active citizenship, the transformative effects of the new media technologies and other topics important for our society.
An interdisciplinary approach to social innovation structured in four central areas: research, training, action and intervention and knowledge transfer.
Development of projects within the broad thematic spectrum related to the studies of social innovation, public innovation, innovation in work contests and educational settings.
Action And Intervention
Promotion of learning and experimentation processes that promote the identification and acquisition of skills, the generation and prototyping of solutions, always from the perspective of innovation.
Transfer Of Knowledge
Dissemination of experiences, reports and documents, scientific literature and networking.
The paramount focus on learning becomes action through a practical approach to achieve improvement
Our Expertise Applies to Four Areas
The more pervasive the role of the new media inmodern society, the more it is imperative to identify and manage the development of new skills.