About the Project
The role of art and performing arts in formal and non-formal education is relevant to pursuing learning-by-doing methods, reinventing ourselves not only as a person but also as a group, learning the art to live together through respective differences and attitudes.
The specific aims regarding adult education intend to improve and extend the offer of high-quality learning opportunities, also extending and developing educators’ competencies for better outreach and improved learning outcomes.
- Main objectives:
Exchange of good practices and teaching approaches from both the Education and the Creative Sector;
- provide teachers/educators with tools to better respond to learning opportunities and – seek new and more engaging ways of teaching for the modernizing of curricula and find solutions for the inclusion of disadvantaged communities;
- expand interpersonal relations between direct beneficiaries and between them and their local communities;
- Increase meaningful skills and reinforce problem-solving capacity in learners;
- reinforce new socio-cultural perspectives in selected target groups;
- enhance good interactions and mutual comprehension between people from different cultures thanks to the use and practice of verbal and non-verbal communication;
- foster the creation of experiential learning communities and experience of social inclusion;
- support best practices of empowerment community and new social ecosystems;
- reducing social stereotypes related to social conditioning and issues;
- support educators to discover and prevent health and learning disorders in young learners as dyslexia, dyscalculia, dysgraphia thanks to the application of performing arts languages;
- share good practices, professional experience and respective expertise and know-how;
- reinforce social empathy and kinaesthetic, ideokinetic, cognitive and receptive skills in learners;
- investigate regarding plans for integrating cultural and creative sectors with educational sectors.
Using non-formal education and training we will develop art and media skills in 18 adult learners from UK, Italy, Spain, Germany and Estonia during a workshop training in the UK.