What is Leonardo da Vinci?

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What is FROJOL?
What are our target groups?
Six partners from different countries
collaborate in this 2 year long project, funded
under the European Lifelong learning
Programme Leonardo da Vinci, Transfer of
Innovation. The main basis for this new
Leonardo da Vinci project, entitled ‘FROJOL’
was willingness to transfer of the vision from
the Italian partner on the possibilities of the
Montessori method in Vocational Education
and Adult Training (VET) .
Role of teachers is gradually changing
nowadays. They not only teach but also provide
information about the current situation on the
labor market, trying to understand and meet
the needs of learners and to affect their
acquisition of new skills. Teachers of the
organizations involved in vocational education
and training are the target group of the FROJOL
project. The project aims to contribute
improving European priority: ”Support to initial
and continuous training of VET teachers, trainers,
tutors and VET institution managers.”
"LET ME DO IT
MYSELF"
The essence of the concept of Maria Montessori
We want to use the basic principles of the Maria
Montessori (Italian physician and educator)
method with a new target group, age 16+. As
consortium we will focus on future and existing
students in traditional VET, as each 16+ student
more or less has his own lifelong learning
experiences.
Objectives
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To design a new learning methodology
for a new target group without the use
of starting specific Montessori schools
for VET
To train the trainers in blended learning
To pilot the method in on-the-job
learning like an internship or stage
To valorize the outcomes through
strong local, regional, national and
international networks
The final beneficiaries of the Project will be
people (16+) with low qualifications.
Planned outcomes
Maria Montessori
1870-1952
Source: http://www.familymontessori.com
Montessori method gives to the child a chance
for comprehensive development: physical,
spiritual, cultural and social and supports its
spontaneous and creative activity.
FROJOL will provide in a new method for on the
job learning, offering the possibility of attacking
the percentage of not qualified youth and early
school leavers.
An international report, comparing National
qualifications, might also open possibilities for
partnerships with study mobility on VET level
within the consortium countries.
TO LEARN MORE PLEASE GO TO
THE PROJECT WEBSITE:
www.frojol-project.org
PROJECT CONSORCIUM
COORDINATOR
Landstede (VET), Zwolle, The
Netherlands, www.landstede.nl
 Margriet Nieuwenkamp:
[email protected]
 Margrieta Kroese: [email protected]
PARTNERS
GEFAS Academy for Generations,
Graz, Austria, www.generationen.at
 Regina Wallner: [email protected]
Politeknika Ikastegia Txorierri
(VET) – HETEL (PIT), Ibaia, Derio, Spain
www2.txorierri.net
 Anabel Menica: [email protected]
RESEAU ASSOCIATIF EDUCATION ET
CULTURE (RADAR-B), Lorient, France
https://sites.google.com/site/radarbre/
 Francis Laveaux : [email protected]
Associazione Lingua Piu, Citta di Castello, Italy
www.linguapiuperugia.com
 Roberta Marsili: [email protected]
The Centre for Continuing
Education, Sopot, Poland; http://cku.sopot.pl
 Sylwia Kurszewska: [email protected]
 Joanna Zachalska-Bieg: [email protected]
What is Leonardo da Vinci?
Leonardo da Vinci is part of the educational programme
of the European Union: Lifelong Learning Programme for
2007-2013 (LLP). The programme supports activities in
education and training.
Aims of Leonardo da Vinci
Leonardo da Vinci focuses on vocational education and
training, other than at tertiary level. It addresses both
the learning and teaching needs. It promotes mobility of
emploees on the European labor market and the
implementation of innovative solutions for improving
their qualifications. It also supports solutions for
improving the transparently and recognition of
professional qualifications in European countries [such as
European Credit system for Vocational Education and
Training (ECVET) or EUROPASS tools], as well as actions
to enhence the quality of vocational and continuing
education [e.g. European Qualifications Framework
(EQF/NQF) or European systems of quality assessment
European Quality Assurance Reference Framework for
VET (EQARF)].
The Leonardo da Vinci programme:
 supports improvements in quality and innovation in
vocational education and training systems,
institutions and practices
 supports participants in training and further training
activities in the acquisition and the use of
knowledge, skills and qualifications to facilitate
personal development
 enhances the attractiveness of vocational education
and training and mobility for employers and
individuals and to facilitate the mobility of working
trainees
Mobility on the European labor market is supported
within mobility axtions whilst the development of
innovation and modernization of education systems are
implemented within the framework of the multilateral
projects such as FROJOL.
For more information on the Leonardo da Vinci program
go to: http://eacea.ec.europa.eu
F R O J O L
Freestyle Montessori on the
job learning
01 11 2011- 31 10 2013
Project number: 2011-1-NL1-LE005-05061
This leaflet has been produced with the financial support of the
European Commission under the framework of the Leonardo da Vonci
programme. The contents of the project and its products – also this
leaflet - are the sole responsibility of the author and can in no way be
taken to reflect the views of the European Commission.
V2.SK/10-04-2012
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