ERASMUS+ PROJECT, DIGITAL ALPHABETIZATION OF THE YOUNGSTERS WITH EDUCATIONAL DIFFICULTIES, 2017-1-RO01-KA204-037191

The project aims for the DIGITAL ALPHABETIZATION for 80 YOUNGSTERS WITH EDUCATIONAL DIFFICULTIES and disseminating the project results to a no of at least 220 persons, by developing a dedicated Training package (with its own Handbook and Assessment tool) and a Social learning platform, piloting 4 training Barcamps in this topic (one/country), and 1 workshop (5 days, in Spain).

The project will generate a training package in Digital alphabetization of the youngsters with educational difficulties. A test of the training tool will be organized in Spain with 3 participants from each partner country.

A social e-learning platform will be created, in order to ensure the proper future training of the youngsters.

Then, a Handbook for Digital alphabetization will provide complementary information to the course developed. The final IO is the Assessment tool and recognition of learning outcomes, that will assess and validate the learning progress of trainees who have participated under the training course (IO2) and have gone through the e-learning platform experience.

We will have 4 Digital alphabetization Barcamps (ME).

The project will achieve as main tangible results:

– A Social e-learning platform

– A Handbook for Digital alphabetization will provide complementary information to the course developed

– An Assessment tool and recognition of learning outcomes that will assess and validate the learning progress of youngsters with educational difficulties who have participated under the training course (IO2) and have gone through the e-learning platform experience

– 4 Digital alphabetization Barcamps (ME), one in each partner’s country

– 1 Training – a 5-day workshop organized in Valencia, Spain for the youngsters with educational difficulties.

The impact that this project aims is rise the digital alphabetization skills to the youngsters with educational difficulties, with the purpose to make the transition from a lack of knowledge or low skills stage to a complete social inclusion, upgrading the competences needed on the work market, in a transnational approach.