About

About the Project

The project INTEL was designed to address the needs of adult learners of different ages in Europe, who are facing different barriers in learning, as well as to promote inclusion, intergenerational, intercultural and inter-religious dialogue and active citizenship among young EU citizens in general.

Objectives

Overall, it is estimated that the adoption and application of intergenerational learning methods and tools in adult learning will facilitate the transmission of knowledge and skills among adult learners from different age groups, while at the same time it will enrich adult educators’ skills and competences, so that they can handle the challenges that have occurred in the field of adult learning more effectively.

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Extending and developing the competences of adult educators and other personnel who support adult learners in diverse sectors and activities.

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Promoting innovative pedagogies and methods for teaching, learning and assessment that allow the exchange of knowledge and skills among intergenerational groups including the use of digital skills in creative, collaborative and efficient ways.

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Promoting the internationalisation of adult education and the growing use of digital learning.

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Supporting the creation of flexible learning pathways in line with adult learners’ needs across the EU.

Project Results

INTEL 1

Within the INTEL Project, the Curriculum sets the framework for planning the learning outcomes, as an important part of the curriculum. The purpose of the Curriculum is to instruct teachers and other professionals in the teaching process and to inform students of what they should know, comprehend, and be able to perform after completing a particular learning activity.

INTEL 2

The INTEL platform provides a common space, tools and resources to obtain knowledge and practical experience related to issues for intergenerational learning.

INTEL 3

A comprehensive resource that builds the professional capacity of practitioners in the field of adult learning.