MobileBE is about developing new methods for basic education for adults. "New methods" means: we develop and test new ways to offer adults an opportunity to engage in learning activities. This may be custom-made courses for a specific group of people, answer their specific needs. But we do not think in terms of traditional "courses". Any form of organised learning is feasible... as long as it supports the needs of the specific target group.
Here are the methods we are testing in 2018-2019:
The Mühlenberg neighbourhood at Hannover’s outskirts counts as a “problematic” part of the town...
Open learning workshop for everybody in the rural region around Hannover.
VHS Vienna trains school students to act as city guides, and uses this to get their parents involved in education activities.
There have been a number of educational initiatives in recent years in Bulgaria designed to improve the literacy skills of adults who need to re-enter or improve their position in the labour market, or for adults who did not complete their compulsory education.
One of the identified target groups that need additional efforts for basic education courses is the group of people living in smaller or remote area where no educational centres or offers exist.
Being able to actively participate in society. Design and experimentation of an innovative didactic path aimed at strengthening the citizenship skills of people deprived of freedom.
How to mobilise residents and how to document the work...
Pilot projects presented briefly
Christian Geiselmann, Volkshochschule Hannover (Germany)
Saray Baquedano, Centro Público de Educación de Adultos, Cariñena/Zaragoza
Svilen Andreev, Združenie “Znanie”, Loveč
Gundula Laudin, Volkshochschule Göttingen Osterode
Claudia Ducange, Fondacione Casa di Carità, Torino
Sébastien Dubost, INFREP, Cherbourg, France (Institut National de Formation et de Recherche sur…
Jazmin Petersson, Västerås folkhögskola, Sweden
Herbert Depner, Die Wiener Volkshochschulen (Austria)