The main aim of ADULT LITERACY FROM CREATING JOYFUL LEARNING EXPERIENCE INTO ACTIVE CITIZENSHIP projects is to find pathways to encourage adult learners with improving their literacy skills.
Based on the gathered experience we would like to present training methods enhancing teaching adult learners literacy and language skills.
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Die eLearning Plattform wurde von Skills International im Rahmen des EU Projektes Adult Literacy gestartet. Kontakt:: Skills International GmbH, 8452 Grossklein
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ADULT LITERACY - Joyful Methods
The joyful learning and teaching methods in Adult Literacy have been grouped into three categories:
- ICT methods
- Psychological methods
- Motivational methods
The aim of ICT-based methods is to enable trainers and learners to use Information and Communication Technologies for teaching and learning purposes. You will find descriptions for the following:
Presentations from the partner countries
The joyful methods have been applied in adult literacy teaching and learning in the countries of the partners Austria, Italy, Poland, Portugal Turkey and UK.
Assessment and testingAssessment and testing fulfill two functions: for the learner personally, and on the other hand for migrants as an official proof of language skills to fulfill e.g. the integration agreement in Austria.Language tests work according to the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages.
Link to Learning Resources
Here are some links to learning resources. Language: English
Was ist Ihnen wichtig?
ADULT LITERACY Project Partners
FUNDACJA EDUKACJI I KULTURY IM. STANISLAWA MICHALSKIEGO - Poland
SKILLS INTERNATIONAL GMBH, Austria
JOANNA PINEWOOD EDUCATION LIMITED - United Kingdom
ARCI NAPOLI - Italy
DERIK HALK EGITIM MERKEZI MUDURLUGU - Turkey
TEMATICA POSITIVA - ASSOCIACAO - Portugal
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