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Synthesis of meetings

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ALICE KICK-OFF MEETING 23-24 JANUARY 2012

ALICE KICK-OFF MEETING 23-24 JANUARY 2012

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  • 1. A.L.I.C.EAdults Learning Experiencesfor creative intergenerationalexperiencesSynthesis of Discussions Kick-off MeetingVenice, 23-24 January
  • 2. Synthesis of points: First DayMorning Session: ▫ General Structure of ALICE’s project within the framework of ET2020 and GRU LLP subpgm ▫ Partners’ vision of their own engagement within ALICE ▫ Understanding the process of implementation (connexions between WP3, WP4 and WP5
  • 3. Synthesis of pointsAfternoon Session: ▫ WP1  the Partners’ Agreement  Practical demonstration and agreement on communications on the Web-based working environment (Basecamp)  Definition of Bodies for PM: Scientific Committee, Executive Board  partners must send the own composition  Amendment: TUC budget, polishing application inconsistencies.  Monitoring and reporting (CIRDFA will provide templates and timetable)
  • 4. Synthesis of pointsAfternoon Session: ▫ WP2  TUC presentation on Quality Assurance Methodology  Instructions for upcoming steps: list of activities and deadlines (TUC will provide templates) ▫ WP3  Discussion on TT course’ outline  Organization of a Learning Unit and partners’ production of modules  Activities envisaged as Education Coordinators (online tutoring and local coaching of trainers)
  • 5. Inputs for Project Management &Quality AssuranceType of Input Due to… ResponsiblePartners Agreement Venice Meetings, . Achieved – CIRDFA, all partnersTemplates for Technical Monitoring 31/1/2012 - CIRDFATemplates for Financial Monitoring 31/1/2012 – CIRDFATemplates of Timesheets for RRHH 31/1/2012 - CIRDFAhours reportingTimetable for Internal Monitoring 31/1/2012 - CIRDFAQuality Assurance Draft Plan Venice Meetings – TUCQuality Assurance Online Forms 31/1/2012- TUC
  • 6. Better focus on WP3! Course on Adults’ Learning for Intergenerational Creative Experiences – 8 month – 30 ECTS • CIRDFA – Unit 2 • SEED – 4 Unit 4 • TUC – 4 Unit 5 4 ECTS • MAS – 4 ECTS •FNCC – 4 ECTS •CIRDFA- ECTS ECTS SREP – 4 ECTS Unit 1 Unit 3 Unit 5• National Awareness Sessions • National Closing TT• 1 ECTS • 1 ECTS Local Every Coaching Everypartner - FTF partner - FTF Unit 7: Project Work (AL Design) – VT PW & Implementation – PT 4 ECTS
  • 7. Inputs for Content&Learning DesignType of Input Due to… ResponsibleCourse Outline/Presentation 28/2/2012 - CIRDFALearning Unit Template 5/2/2012 – CIRDFATrainer-Students Selection Guidelines 10/02/2012 - CIRDFATrainers Selection 10/04/2012 - ALL PARTNERSAssessment Rubric TT 20/04/2012 - SEED-CIRDFAStudents’ Manifesto 30/04/2012 - CIRDFAVirtual Learning Environment At Ticino Meetings (2 – 4 May 2012)GuidelinesEducation Coordinators introduction At Ticino Meetingsto eLearningContents Presentation At Ticino MeetingsLearning Design At Ticino MeetingsCourse implementation 15 June 2012 / February-March 2013
  • 8. Workpackage 6-7With the contribution of all Partners
  • 9. Synthesis of points: Second Day Morning Session:• Dissemination Strategies: ▫ Use of Social Networks and other virtual spaces: The project’s virtual architecture. TUC will send hypothesis as part of their own role on QA ▫ The Newsletter: FNCC explain work approach and coordination: html and delivery mailing lists managed by every single partner to their own correspondents . CIRDFA-FNCC will send timetable ▫ Partners’ European and National Plan. FNCC will send template
  • 10. Synthesis of points: Second Day• Dissemination Strategies: The Project’s Virtual Architecture Project Management: BASECAMP Training of Trainers: MOODLE Adults’ Learning Pilot Programmes: Projects’ BLOG, FACEBOOK, TWITTER, flickr, Youtube Dissemination of Newsletter: beyond project community, Social Media, LinkedIn
  • 11. Synthesis of points: Second Day Focus on the use of Web 2.0 ▫ Social Networks should support adults’ participation during the implementation of WP4 ▫ SN should also play a key role in dissemination: opening discussions or “tweets” after specific Newsletter numbers could be a good strategy (coordinated by the authors of the newsletter’s articles) ▫ LinkedIn as professional network to disseminate articles and activities (over every partner network) ▫ Adoption of Googledocs amongst partners for Meetings (minutes), Monitoring Reports (WP1) and Quality Assurance (WP2) ▫ Adoption of Flickr as common repository of images ▫ Adoption of Youtube as common repository of videos
  • 12. Synthesis of points: Second DayDissemination &Exploitation Strategies: ▫ The Website: the structure, the contents, strategy for a multilanguages portal. Agreement on labels regarding the areas of access for institutions, trainers, adults; and contents regarding areas.  Strategy of Exploitation: area of institutions will include associated institutions as well as affiliated institutions. These last are invited to use and adopt methods proposed by ALICE.
  • 13. Synthesis of points: Second DayTying (IMPORTANT) Loose ends… ▫ The problem of Graphic Chart and Guidelines: DLV that are not connected to specific budget. ▫ Need of redistributing tasks to better adopt the assigned budget, considering the partners’ competences  Decision 1: Considering SEED proposal, the partner will take in charge Graphic Chart and Guidelines to adopt a common image for all project’s products.  Decision 2: CIRDFA will take over Website and Booklets EN proofreading; SREP will take over Adults’ Training Manual proofreading; Website, Booklets, and Adults’ Training Manual will be built on the basis of templates given by SEED.
  • 14. Synthesis of points: Second Day Tying Loose ends (II)… ▫ Invitation to participate for Dissemination:  2012 Annual Conference, Porto, Open Learning Generations: Closing the gap from "Generation Y" to the mature Lifelong Learners  Porto, 6-9 June 2012  http://www.eden-online.org/ ▫ CIRDFA would like to send a proposal for a workshop. Otherwise, single papers will be sent by CIRDFA and TUC.
  • 15. Inputs for Dissemination&ExploitationType of Input Due to… ResponsibleWebsite (first, in progress version) 20/2/2012 - CIRDFATemplates for Country & European 20/02/2012 - FNCCDissemination PlanGraphic Chart 28/2/2012 (??) – SEEDNewsletter Proposal 10/03/2012 - FNCCOpening Social Networks 20/03/2012 - ALL PARTNERSPresentation of Draft of First Country At Ticino Meetingsand European Dissemination PlanAssembling and producing an 15/7/2012 – FNCC-CIRDFAEuropean Dissemination PlanAssembling and producing a Country 10/9/2012 – Every PartnerDissemination PlanFinal Conference Plan At Ticino Meetings - SREP
  • 16. Workpackage 4Elena Zambianchi, Barbara Baschiera, Juliana RaffaghelliCIRDFA
  • 17. Premises• Production of Specific Modules on Creative Languages (CL) by Partners• Selection of trainers tightly connected with realities of adults’ education• Training of Trainers to CL• Trainers produce a “project work” : at least six adults’ learning events as informal education activities• Trainers, supported by partners, implement their PW
  • 18. A. Parents’ Education/Family Learning• Aim: Improving education to support parents from the very early stages of life (pre- CIRDFA natal)• Method: introducing innovative activities in ongoing courses by trained trainers Trainers ALICE Hospital• CL: Music, Digital Storytelling• ALICE’s target group: at least 30% monoparental The families, migrant families Parents’ Association Network• Children aged -0 / 1 for Hyp A
  • 19. B. Intergenerational Learning• Aim: create intergenerational learning opportunities with impact on Seniors CIRDFA quality of life as well as pedagogical innovation• Method: school learning unit that introduces contact among Seniors Trainers & Teachers ALICE School and children• CL: Social Media and Games• ALICE’s target group: at The least 30% migrant Seniors Association Network children, Seniors for Hyp B• Children aged 10-12
  • 20. C. Volunteers CIRDFA• Aim: Implementing activities of training for volunteers that work with Social children at risk Trainers Services• Method: course for ALICE volunteers associated to activities on the territory• CL: intercultural children’s literature, digital Pre- Local storytelling primary Library School• ALICE’s target group: at least 30% families at risk, migrant families• Children aged 2-5 The Network for Hyp C

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