Category: European projects

ACTIvE Job Coach

ACTIvE (Job coACh supporTIng school studEnts with Autism Spectrum Disorder to acquire independency) is an Erasmus + funded project aiming to promote social inclusion within school education through a holistic approach. Thanks to the external collaboration of the Job Coach educator profile, school systems will be empowered to support ASD students with special needs, making READ MORE >

See First

SEE FIRST is a newly started project under the Erasmus+ focusing on youth. The project will develop methods and tools to foster employability for young adults through upskilling their soft skills (i.e. communication, creative thinking, work ethic, teamwork, decision making, time management, critical thinking, conflict resolution). The project responds to the needs and challenges of READ MORE >

Stop Child Abuse Through Effective Training and Augmented Reality (STOP)

Stop Child Abuse Through Effective Training and Augmented Reality (STOP) is an Erasmus+ KA2 Youth Project, financed by the European Commission (project number: 2019-2-HR01-KA205-061028). The project started in December 2019, with a duration of 26 months. STOP project aims to provide an innovative answer to the adverse childhood experiences that affect children and youth in READ MORE >

CRAFT 4.0

The industry of 3D (images & videos, products, visualisation, modelling, print) is a fast-evolving one with innovative methodologies of work that are developing and use more often in societies. The European project Enabling the potential of handicraft, Craft 4.0 is focusing on bringing innovative tools to craftspeople in the fields of digital modelling and digital READ MORE >

Si-lab: school innovation lab

Innovation in the present-day educational field is something required especially in this emergency situation in which schools have to adapt to different learning options.  In fact, most parts of today’s teaching approaches are not totally ready to open to other innovative forms of learning. In this sense, the project Si-lab, financed by European Commission in READ MORE >