ACTIVATOR: Activating Older Adults in Citizen Science
Project Number: 2023-1-PT01-KA220-ADU-000126237
Timespan of the Project: 01/12/2023 - 30/11/2025
Project E-mail: email@example.com
Financial Program: Erasmus+ - KA220-ADU - Cooperation partnerships in adult education
The project aims:
- To promote non formal education as a fundamental tool in the education of youth and adults and as complementary to formal education.
- To promote personal and community development through learning mobility.
- To create new innovative tools and methodologies to develop useful strategies in the field of education through cooperation with public and private entities at local and international level.
- To promote study, research and innovation, both methodological and technological.
- To encourage intercultural dialogue with the objective of fostering mutual understanding and respect between individuals from different cultures.
- To promote peace, nonviolence and human rights as a fundamental tool reach a world of equality and solidarity in which all human beings can access to their fundamental rights.
The project will engage in the following activities:
- Project management and monitoring.
- Development of the ACTIVATOR methodology + face to face Local Pilot Workshops in the partner countries.
- Development of the e-Learning Platform + on-line Pilot Workshop.
- Development and dissemination of the communication materials.
- Organization of the local multiplier events – Science Days in the partner countries.
The project has yielded the following results:
- Training content in the form of e-learning for the staff of different organizations working for the benefit of seniors on how to educate senior citizens about and engage them in Citizen Science.
- A Manual presenting not only the knowledge about Citizen Science and forms of activating senior adults but also hands-on tips on how to successfully engage seniors in Citizen Science initiatives and maintain their participation.
- E-Learning Platform providing access to the training content.
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