The Erasmus DESTINE (DivErSity and Tolerance IN E-Environment) project was born with the aim of promoting an online Vocational Training that guarantees support for diversity, inclusion and tolerance, providing the necessary tools so that all professionals and students can adapt to the e-learning methodology. DESTINE focuses especially on those vocational training students who need a learning environment adapted to their needs.
To introduce ways to efficiently adapt traditional classrooms to the new digital learning environment, safeguarding the values of diversity and tolerance.
To train VET teachers/trainers/educators to acquire the skills and competencies to develop innovative educational activities and methods that promote diversity and tolerance in the virtual classroom environment.
Promote the attractiveness of VET by fostering the innovative transformation of online teaching and distance learning.
Provide education that embraces diversity and tolerance and is inclusive of all.
Creation of an online learning platform containing material focused on tolerance and diversity methods.
Implementation of innovative educational activities, tools and methods through Open Educational Resources (OER).
Development of a freely accessible toolkit for teachers, trainers and mentors, as well as interested learners, to be uploaded to the E-Learning Platform.
Development of a cooperative environment between institutions, facilitating the creation of synergies and transnational cooperation.
Compilation of good practices of entities from various countries as success stories, developing a guide of success stories.
ABOUT THE ERASMUS + PROGRAMME
For the 2021-2027 period, with a budget of EUR 21,208 million, the programme focuses on social inclusion, the double green and digital transition, and fostering young people’s participation in democratic life. These four key areas support the personal and professional development of citizens. Inclusive quality education and training, both formal and informal, provides young people and citizens of different ages with the necessary tools to acquire skills and competencies for effective participation in inclusive, multicultural, and digital societies.
Erasmus+ offers learning and mobility opportunities for pupils, trainees, young people, students, and teachers. It has a special focus on the inclusion of people with fewer opportunities and strengthens transnational cooperation for universities, vocational education, and cooperation institutions.
The DESTINE project is co-funded by the Erasmus+ Programme of the European Union
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