Project Number: 2023-1-ES01-KA220-ADU-000152430
Timespan of the Project: 28/12/2023 – 28/12/2025
Project E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Financial Program: Erasmus+, KA220-ADU - Cooperation partnerships in adult education
The project aims to:
- Foster educational equity by employing an alternative methodology grounded in multiple intelligences and nurturing personal potential within the realm of non-formal education for adults facing fewer opportunities.
- Enhance the capacity of adult educators to identify and address individual educational needs, adapt to diverse contexts and backgrounds, and prioritize effective approaches to learning.
The project will engage in the following activities:
- Bibliography revision about the Multiple Intelligences Theory and its relation to adult education field.
- Investigation about adults’ needs and satisfaction in the field of education.
- Training courses about Multiple Intelligences and their application.
- Development of a toolkit for the methodology appliance through different activities and games.
- Creation of a final workshop through which identify individual potential.
The project has yielded the following results:
- Toolkit on Multiple Intelligences Theory: named “Intellectual Multiverse: Adult Learning by Playing with Multiple Intelligences”, this toolkit is a comprehensive resource designed explicitly for field professionals.
- “Intellectual Multiverse” Workshop: this workshop is a hand-on activity tailored for adults, with a specific emphasis on inclusivity for individuals facing fewer opportunities. It will teach adult education professionals how to identify individual potential in relation to various intelligences and personal motivation. By doing so, it will make educational practices more inclusive.
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