SWIM - Visual Dictionary
Action: Strategic Partnerships
Project reference: 2020-1-FI01-KA204-066646
Start date: 01/09/2020
Duration: 24 meses
2Decroly, SL. Spain.
3Eikos Association - Education for sustainable development. Polond.
5StoryTellme, Unipessoal LDA. Portugal.
6Jaitek Tecnología y Formación SL. Spain.
Today, the rapidly changing needs of language learners require a rapid response from the education sector. Teachers can not only use existing educational resources, but also be able to create and share their own personalised materials for the benefit of learners. create and share their own personalised materials for the benefit of learners.
The SWIM project aims to promote an innovative approach to knowledge visualisation in relation to language teaching methods, through the creation of a visual dictionary, in order to improve the effectiveness of building key language competences and to promote the competitiveness of adult learners in the labour market. and enhance the competitiveness of adult learners in the labour market.
To this end, the project has the following objectives:
- To strengthen students' key competences and provide more effective opportunities to acquire and develop the essential skills to remain competitive in the labour market.
- Develop adults' language skills through tailor-made learning resources to support ongoing linguistic and professional development.
- To introduce new approaches and opportunities to support the professional development of adult educators, trainers and mentors.
The SWIM project proposes the creation of a modern collaborative online visual dictionary platform to exploit these possibilities and explore them further. This will be achieved through four intellectual outputs, which are interconnected and mutually supportive. and mutually supportive.
The SWIM project has six organisations as a partnership, coming from different countries in Europe such as: Austria, Spain, Czech Republic, Finland and Portugal.
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