CICE | Projects
ENTRE4FUTURE – SIMULATION FOR ENTREPRENEURSHIP
The overall objective is the exchange of professional practice on issues related to textbooks, curricula and teaching methodologies for the simulation as an effective method to entrepreneurship education of young people, innovative technologies used in the simulation business transfer between the two levels of schooling - high school VET and university.
eFinLit Developing Financial Competencies for EU Citizens Utilizing Online Learning and Digital Literacy
This project aims to provide young adults with tools and knowledge to (at least) manage their income in a way that will sustain the quality of life and financial flexibility at appropriate levels in the long run.
Gain Time - Master Model to gain time in your classroom
This project aims to develop teachers and trainers’ professional and pedagogical skills, improving the implementation of ICT by supporting learning and access to educational resources, and with the objective of combining the highest levels of excellence and attractiveness with increased opportunities for all.
InSchool - Innovation for Early School Leaving
The overall objective of the project is to establish a network of European vocational training organizations to facilitate the sharing of best practices in order to improve the quality of training for people who may drop out of school.
With this project we intend to implement an eLearning Analytics process in order to measure, collect, analyze and report on students and their learning environments to better understand and optimize learning and the environments in which it occurs, in a cyclical process of continuous improvement and adaptation to different audiences. The aim is also to support the teachers in defining MatActiva action and development plans and new curricular offerings.
CLIL - ESTUDO PARALELO E COMPARATIVO NAS INSTITUIÇÕES DO ENSINO SUPERIOR (CLIL: PARALLEL AND COMPARATIVE STUDY IN HIGHER EDUCATION INSTITUTIONS)
This project organizes training activities (CLIL learning communities with language specialists and specific content area specialists/teachers), in order to integrate content and English as a foreign language and the development of an online platform. Phase 3 foresees the implementation of at least one CLIL module in each institution, accompanied by attentive and previously planned monitoring.