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SMILE - School Museum Internet Learning Education - Vocational Education Training

GAIA Museum er blevet partner i projektet SMILE, som hører under EU's Livslang Læringsprogram/Leonardo da Vinci/Transfer of innovation.

SMILE står for Schools Museums Internet Learning Education (skoler, museer, internet, læring, uddannelse). SMILE består i et udviklet kursus og undervisningsmateriale for undervisere inden for uddannelsessektoren i Europa. Kurserne er blevet udbudt og anvendt med stor succes siden 2002 i Sverige, Irland, Tyrkiet og Italien (26 kurser med over 600 deltagere).

Undervisningsmetoden er udviklet ud fra et mål om at bruge kultur og kulturarv inden for uddannelse og læring, i form af museer, biblioteker og arkiver. Tinta Utbildning Ab i Sverige, som er hovedkoordinator bag SMILE-kurserne, ønsker nu at udvikle kurser inden for erhvervsrettet uddannelse og læring (Vocational Education and Training - VET) - med en særlig fokus på undervisere, der arbejder med at uddanne og skabe beskæftigelsesmuligheder for mennesker med særlige behov.

GAIA Museum skal derfor være en del af en ny erfaringsudveksling, der skal videreføre uddannelsesmetoder fra voksen- og lærerundervisningssektoren til erhvervssektoren. GAIA Museum skal her bidrage med viden om og erfaring med at skabe uddannelses- og beskæftigelsesmuligheder for mennesker med særlige behov. SMILE-kurserne vil hermed videreudvikle de eksterende kurser med udarbejdelse af nyt undervisningsmateriale inden for erhvervsrettet uddannelse, samt en opgradering af de metoder, der bruges inden for internetbaseret undervisning.

Målet er at styrke kvaliteten af den erhvervsrettede undervisning i Europa og at give professionelle undervisere nye kompetencer til at producere og anvende tværfagligt undervisningsmateriale.

 

Partnerne i projektet er:

Tinta Utbildning Ab, SE

Stadtarchiv Dornbirn, AT

Research House UK

Elderberry Ab, SE

Cultural Awareness Foundation, TR

GAIA Museum Outsider Art, DK

 

GÅ TIL PROJEKTETS WEBSITE:

www.smile-vet.eu

 

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Culture makes the difference

Successful international conference on vocational education and social inclusion in museums, archives and libraries in Randers, Denmark, on the 26. and 27. September 2012

The emphasis was on the integration of culture and Vocational Education and Training (VET) with a particular reference to learners with special needs. Michael Aastrup Jensen, Member of the Danish Parliament, made it in his opening speech very clear, that our modern society needs the cooperation between the cultural sector and all the systems of training and education to improve vocational education and training for people who are specifically disadvantaged because of certain social and individual restraints.

This also was the connection with the final event of the Leonardo da Vinci/Transfer of Innovation project, SMILE-VET, under EU’s Lifelong Learning Programme. This two year project, chosen by the Swedish International Programme Office, has explored good practice in Europe and developed innovative methods on using museums, cultural heritage, libraries and archives in education and training.

At the conference the partners of the project presented  their contributions to the project and launched the developed results; a publication with examples on good practices in Europe, an e-Learning network with innovative learning modules, and a ‘live’ training course for trainers in vocational education and training.

The Participants came from a wide range of international institutions and from some of the leading Danish organizations. This showed the lively and public interest and was also a great possibility to disseminate SMILE-VET: Cultural Awareness, Foundation (Turkey), Riksutstälninger (Stockholm – Sweden), The Herbert Museum (Coventry – United Kingdom), Danish Cultural Institute (Copenhagen – Denmark), Tradium ( Randers – Denmark), The City and Provincial Archive (Vienna – Austria), The Living History Forum (Stockholm – Sweden), Brandt’s Klædefabrik (Odense – Denmark), Women’s Museum (Aarhus – Denmark), Danish National Agency (Denmark), Kulturopa – Central Denmark Region (Denmark), Elderberry (Sweden), Stadtbücherei Dornbirn (Austria), Tinta Utbildning (Sweden), e-Learning Studios (United Kingdom), Stadtarchiv Dornbirn (Austria), Huset Ventura Danmark (Aarhus – Denmark), Den Gamle By ( Aarhus – Denmark), Dansk Center for Herregårdsforskning (Auning – Denmark), Learnmark (Horsens – Denmark), Randers Jobcenter (Randers – Denmark), Kultur, Natur og Fritid (Ringkøbing-Skjern Kommune – Denmark), Hillerød Handelshøjskole (Denmark), Østemølleafd. Ved Rolighedsskolen (Thisted – Denmark), The National Museum of Denmark (København – Denmark), OPGANG2 (Aarhus – Denmark), Silkeborg Produktionshøjskole (Denmark) and GAIA Museum Outsider Art (Randers – Denmark)

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