About Project

Project title: Virtual Community Building by Exchanging New Approaches in Teaching (C.U.B.E.) Contracting period: 2010 08 01 – 2012 07 31
EU programme: Lifelong Learning Programme Grundtvig Partnership project
Coordinating institution: Public institution “eMundus” (Kaunas, Lithuania)
Project partners:

  • Centro de Profesores José Castillejo (Ciudad Real, Spain)
  • Osmaniye Milli Eğitim Müdürlüğü (Osmaniye, Turkey)
  • Instytut dla Zjednoczonej Europy (Warsaw, Poland)
  • C.T.P. 3/41 (Centro di Educazione per Adulti) Sandro Pertini (Palermo, Italy (Sicily))

Project target groups: the project’s main target group is adult educators. The project is dedicated as well to adult education providers, including different employees in the Third-age universities, centres organizing educational courses for adults, working with adults.

Description of the project

There are many rapid changes in today’s World, technological and social progress is continuously accelerating, increasing competition between countries and within them. In this context, change becomes a permanent phenomenon. If an organization, especially educational, does not raise the goal to go through the way of changes and will not meet the challenge of fast changing environment, it is doomed to stagnation.

Educational organizations are not isolated, public events and progresses regularly make influence to them. One of the key elements of change in today’s education is the acceptance and development of innovations, especially concerned with new technologies, their adaptation, qualification and both, technological and pedagogical, skills improvement. Partners, participating in the C.U.B.E. project agrees that today the flow of novations and technologies are particularly considerable and education institutions must be very insight while selecting the most effective and perspective novations, seeing its essence and analyzing how and what it can give to an organization and its staff.

The partnership project C.U.B.E aims to build the virtual adult educators community by exchanging approaches and methods also learning how to integrate modern technologies and tools into teaching different subjects, and to help educators to provide their lessons in attractive and motivating way.

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