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Final meeting on project results, Nottingham, November 9, 2010

Posted by Pierfranco Ravotto on Nov 01 2010 (116404 reads)

The final meeting to present the Ensemble project results will take place in Nottingham, November 9, 2010


The ENSEMBLE Consortium announces the final project workshop on the theme of
m-learning fostering social inclusion
The experience of the ENSEMBLE project

1:00 PM - 4:00 PM, 9th November 2010
Learning Sciences Research Institute,Exchange Building
University of Nottingham

In the last five years, the political approach to immigration has put emphasis on measures of integration of newly arrived migrants and their families as second generation member states citizens. To do so, the EU underlines the relevance of media which has considerable responsibility in its role as an educator of public opinion. Active citizenship, equal opportunities and participation represent in this new era, some of the main issues of immigrant integration policy, together with the need to develop specific integration policies in the training and education field as core of one of the Recommendations launched in 2000 within the Lisbon Strategy (2000).
In the above mentioned framework and among the matching of European citizenship matters and contemporary mobile ICT tools issues, ENSEMBLE project co-funded by the European Commission under the Lifelong Learning Programme combined the development of an innovative didactic methodology to social integration of group at risk of exclusion. The digital divide concept as transversal subject of the partnership mission, represents the ground where ENSEMBLE tested and analysed the use of mobile media by migrant population in order to enhance their participation to training and education.

13.00 Welcome
13.10 Mobile learning: status and trends - Sharples, University of Nottingham
13.40. The Ensemble project: when m-learning fosters social inclusion - Ravotto, University of Florence
14:00 Didactic methodology beyond Ensemble - Ranieri, University of Florence
14:15 Contents production and delivery - Giorgini, Giunti Labs
14:30 Coffee break
14:45 hTe experience in Yvelines, Cayla and Bouchereau, CG78; De Sousa, CRDP
15:15 The experience in Prato - Boscolo, Prato Municipality
15:30 Q&A
15:50 End of the event
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