The MARS Project: Making Steps Forward
After the first LTT of “MARS – Methodological Approach for Real Social Effects in Adult Education” project, which took place in Bulgaria, the partners have started working on the 2 Intellectual Outputs.
Specifically, Norwegian partner E-Consultants is working on the e-book (IO1), a manual that builds on the unique and innovative approach to crisis management developed in the e-learning platform, in print and electronic format, accessible to all, to support learning outcomes and provide a lasting tool for crisis management and well-being. Through clear graphic principles, the manual focuses on anxiety management, risk assessment, creative tools to improve teamwork and crisis processing skills, digital storytelling, improvisation and collaboration. Detailed content will be developed during the workshop and training with expert partners during LTT which will take place in Vilnius, Lithuania, from November 7-11, involving a total of 27 participants from 9 partner institutions.
At the same time, as part of IO2, researchers Antonia Liguori, Karen Sung and Fred Dalmasso from Loughborough University, have been engaged in the production of 15 videos in which they discuss in groups and individually how to apply digital storytelling, drawing and improvisation to address crisis and conflict issues.
The project consists of the following partners:
Afyonkarahisar Il Milli Egitim Mudurlugu (Turkey)
People Help the People (Italy)
Afyonkarahisar Halk Egitim Merkezi Ve Aksam Sanat Okulu (Turkey)
Loughborough University (UK)
Asociatia Tinerilor Cu Initiativa Civica (Romania)
1 Konsulent Oystein Samnoen (Norway)Enterprising Partners (Lithuania)
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