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Synthesis of meetings

  1. 1. A.L.I.C.EAdults Learning Experiencesfor creative intergenerationalexperiencesSynthesis of Discussions Kick-off MeetingVenice, 23-24 January
  2. 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. 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. 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. 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. 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. 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. 8. Workpackage 6-7With the contribution of all Partners
  9. 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. 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. 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. 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. 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. 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  ▫ CIRDFA would like to send a proposal for a workshop. Otherwise, single papers will be sent by CIRDFA and TUC.
  15. 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. 16. Workpackage 4Elena Zambianchi, Barbara Baschiera, Juliana RaffaghelliCIRDFA
  17. 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. 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. 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. 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