This project was a mobility of youth workers (SEMINAR for SHARING GOOD PRACTICES) under the Key Action 1 Programme.
– to explore and deepen the topic of digital youth work, digital citizenship, the new methods related to European digital transition policies (DIGCOMP / DIGCOMPEDU);
– to discuss about facilitation in online training, asynchronous activities and interactive virtual learning through the use of digital platforms;
– to provide solutions and create recommendations for various actors / stakeholders in the Digital Divide phenomenon;
– to share data and statistics on the digital transition in Europe and exchange good practices on digital tools, new methodologies and mixes of digital youth work and classical methods at local and international level;
– to increase the competencies of the organizations involved in the project and their network regarding their target groups by improving the quality of activities;
– create a Tool-kit with examples of traditional and digital activities for youth workers, a set of tools including an explanation of software, programs, platforms and other new methods and make it available to youth workers and organizations working in the field of youth education;
– build a network of ambassadors of digital youth work that will share and bring quality, new methodologies and digital approaches to others youth workers.
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“Attending the Seminar was for me quite special because it was my first in-person educational interaction after COVID-19. I would like to reinforce the importance to be involved in (in-person) Seminars as I did in the SwipeUP! Project, Cagliari-Italy. Thanks to CHANCE Internacional I got a chance to share good practices in Digital Education, to learn new e-learning tools, and to meet so many different Youth Works from all over Europe. I felt engaged to collaborate during all the Seminar’s activities especially creating the e-learning ToolKit. The Seminar was certainly an opportunity to improve my skills plus get inspired with several European Digital Educational Projects” – Camilla.
“The implemented “SWIPE UP” project became the so-called motivation to improve my digital skills in a new direction. I realized that I have already used a lot of digital tools in my everyday activities in the non-formal education sphere. The program of this seminar was built in an intensive, but comfortable way to participate. The organizers also provided activities, thanks to which participants got an opportunity to explore Cagliari and enjoy communication with each other. I got new knowledge about digital awareness, and how to work with it productively and use it in my organization” – Yevhenia.