Grundtvig sectoral program aims to improve the quality and European dimension of adult education in a broad sense, including formal education, which is recognized and awarded certificates, diplomas and official recognition, non-formal, which is usually outside this recognition of their studies and, most innovative, informal education that can encompass all types of learning outside formal education, including self-learning

What is this project for?
  • We want to learn together how to better motivate adult learners with different and innovative strategies.
  • This project is going to be a learning experience for our organisations. We are going to know other teaching practices and methods for adult education.
  • Collaboration will increase our knowledge about the new technologies. The learners will profit it because the new technologies are going to be used not like a simple way to access to the information but like an object of knowledge itself and like a way to the professional develop.
  • Learners to be enriched by the contact with workmates of other countries. It is going to be an opportunity to participate in authentic language learning contexts through direct communication and exchanges.

Do you know who Grundtvig was?

Nikolaj Frederik Severin Grundtvig (September 8, 1783 – September 2, 1872)  most often referred to as simply N. F. S. Grundtvig, was a Danish pastor, author, poet, philosopher, historian, teacher, and politician. Click here to continue.