Transferring Innovative Adult Educator’s Practices
Promoting professional development and fostering the competences of adult educators, particularly on knowledge transfer
Aims of the Project
We aim to turn knowledge into digital micro-knowledge chunks to make it easier and faster to distribute and by doing that we intend to:
Promoting the professional development of adult educators by gathering best practice expertise from partner institutions in TIP Adult project.
Fostering the competences of Adult educators, particularly on knowledge transfer as well as in gaining experience in international cooperation.
TIP Adult project is geared specifically to these 3 target groups
Developers and managers of adult education programs
Improving their knowledge and skills in finding out the needs of learners, using ICT, knowledge transfer.
Adult education organizers
With the aim of finding out how to better organize and ensure the professional development of adult educators.
With the aim of improving their knowledge of adult pedagogy methods and techniques, ICT use, knowledge transfer.
8 partners of both formal and non formal education background cooperate in TIP ADULT project, coordinated by Liepajas University
COORDINATOR OF THE PROJECT. Liepaja University (LiepU, founded in 1954) is one of the oldest higher educational institutions in Kurzeme region (Latvia) with large experience and academic traditions. Liepaja University is an accredited state higher educational establishment, which implements study programmes at all three study levels: basic studies, Master and Doctorate studies.Full-time and part-time studies.
spend their times with qualified activities. Additionally, we organize courses for those who drop-out the school and decided to graduate.
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Agreement nº: 2019-1-LV01-KA204-060346–P8