No Gender Gap
Strategic Partnerships for Adult Education
Cooperation for Innovation and the Exchange of Good Practices
ICT – new technologies – digital competences
Access for disadvantaged
Gender equality / equal opportunities
-improve the attractiveness of the STEM disciplines (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) through the use of robotics and automation, which have proven to be a means of successful involvement.
– Promote digital literacy and critical thinking in women, especially those in situations of social exclusion and belonging to disadvantaged groups, thus reducing the gender gap and improving access to the labor market;
– Improve the professional competences of teachers through new methodological approaches
The project is aimed at both educators and women at risk of social exclusion and belonging to disadvantaged groups (eg unemployed, victims of gender violence, refugees, without university studies, residents of rural areas) who want to improve their skills professionals in a sector where the high demand by companies in the world of ICTs can significantly reduce the unemployment rate.
-The “learning-by-doing” model with an immersion experience will be fostered, in which teachers and a group of women will carry out the construction, on a small scale, of a robot through Lego, Arduino and Scratch
– Enriching the professional profile of the teachers involved, connecting the world of education with the business world
-Promotion of technology and robotics in adult schools as transversal components of school curricula.
-Innovation of adult schools and training schools through active learning tools and methodologies.
-Knowledge, technical skills and competences about the use of tools that are important today in various jobs and different sectors.
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