Everyone should have the lifelong right to access high-quality, inclusive training and opportunities to participate in and contribute to everyday education and competence-building. The lifelong learning approach recognizes that competencies needed by children and adolescents today are not only technical but encompass learning to learn as a competence in its own right, and other ‘life skills’ which support individuals’ resilience and participation in wider society. Facilitating migrant children’s inclusion in educational systems is one of the most significant societal challenges to reduce the performance discrepancy and to foster social cohesion.
Project contents | objectives
Testing a ‘buddy collaboration’ (guided/intentional pairing of learners) scheme with the lifelong and life-wide dimension of learning in formal, informal and non-formal educational contexts.
Children involved in the project will work on learning contents related to 8 LLL competencies through theoretical understanding, applied contents and interactive co-creation activities, where they will develop authorship and agency and enhance their intercultural, linguistic and socio-emotional skills.
The project is coordinated by Universita Degli Studi di Torino.
Tárki’s implementation partner is Motivation Association, which runs two after-school education facilities in Szeged and Balástya to support the development of disadvantaged and Roma children.
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This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No. 101004807.