The 5th newsletter of ENABLE project has been released in February 2019. This newsletter focused on:

  • Output O4 - Key Learning Outcomes, Training materials for Teachers and Pedagogical Contents and their integration into ENABLE Smart Learning Environment
  • Output O5 - Selection of participants for piloting; National training eventsPilot collaborative learning activityNational testing and consultation reports.

Newsletter Nr 5 - February 2019

The 4th newsletter of ENABLE project has been released in July 2018. This newsletter focused on:

  • The second Multiplier event and  the Fifth Transnational Meeting organized by Colegiul Național “Gheorghe Lazăr” in Bucharest in July 2018
  • The activities of Output 4: Integrating Methodology and Technology on Smart Learning Environment
  • The organization of Output 5: Translational Pilot, starting in October 2018 with 100 students (25 per country) to test the learning experiences developed within the project

Newsletter nr. 4 - July 2018

The third newsletter of ENABLE project has just been released. This newsletter focuses on

  • The first Multiplier event, organized by Kaunas Science and Technology Park in Kaunas, Lithuania
  • The Progress Report sent to the National Agency
  • The results of Output 2 and Output 3, in particular on:
    • O2-A3 Monitoring and evaluation of methodological approach
    • O3-A1 Analysis and design of the IT architecture

Newsletter nr 3 - February 2017

 kaunas meeting

On  28th and 29th September, Enable Partnership met for the third transnational meeting in the welcoming city of Kaunas, just after the First Multiplier Event organized on the 27th  of September by the Partners from Kaunas, to disseminate the goals and the results of the Project.

During the meeting of  28th -29th  September, the eight Partners from Romania, Sweden, Italy and Lithuania presented the results of the second output, that is the methodological approach chosen to develop the identified career oriented soft skills in order to prevent ESL.

The Problem Based learning has been considered by the Partners as the most suitable strategy for education. Problem-based learning is a student-centered pedagogy in which students learn about a subject through the experience of solving an open-ended problem.

PBL provides problems within a context that closely resemble future professional, real-life problem cases, offered to motivate students to apply critical thinking, creativity and problem solving skills to practical situations.

Technology is the biggest difference between the present and the past generation: it provides more digital tools and outlets for creativity so that students will be better prepared for the future workforce and careers.Though students have different learning styles, most of them learn best by doing and technology offers great opportunities.

With the use of technology resources in daily classroom practice, learning activities can become easier and more engaging, and this is a great advantage, as the target of our pilot course will be at risk students, more demotivated or with learning difficulties.