Project Description

GENERAL INFORMATION

PROGRAMME: Erasmus+ KA1: Adults Education PROJECT NUMBER: 2016-1-EL01-KA104-023264 DURATION: 17/04/2017 to 21/04/2017 (5 days) VENUE: Bugibba – Malta

PARTICIPANTS

SENDING ORGANIZATION: E-SCHOOL EDUCATIONAL GROUP-GREECE RECEIVING ORGANIZATION: MECB (MACDAC ENGINEERING CONSULTANCY BUREAU LTD)-MALTA

THEME

TITLE: Training in Innovative Technologies and their Implementation in Adult Education

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SHORT DESCRIPTION

Six trainers for adults / associates of e-school EDUCATIONAL FOUNDATION participated in the programme, and successfully attended the five-day structured seminar on educational uses of the technology of enhanced reality. Their seminar propositions were dealt with by three distinguished scientists and professors of Malta University, which they carried through by making these new and innovative terms understood. Some of the subjects taught were: – Reality, Virtual Reality, Enhanced reality. Differences among them and their connection – Illustration and teaching of free software to create models – Incorporation of these models to reality – Software for portable devices (tablets, cell phones…) – Creation of a complete project by any participant with the instructors’ guidance E-school’s trainers of adults had the opportunity, through their participation in this programme, to acquire and enhance their knowledge, skills and abilities, so that they could be transformed from trainers to instructors of adults and start new educational projects by exploiting this newly acquired knowledge and methods.

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Impressions of participants

We are very satisfied with the reception given to us by our partner-host organization.

Konstantinos Lekkas

They were with us every step of the way, and were there to help and resolve any unexpected issues.

Ilias Sveronis

Our stay was very pleasant. The personnel excellent and we were very sad when this project was over.

Panagiotis Tsinas

Valetta – Malta

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Augmented reality in classroom