Am pornit proiectul SGAG cu scopul de a oferi un sprijin real tinerilor între 13 și 19 ani, în procesul de dezvoltare personală, precum și profesorilor și altor profesioniști dedicați susținerii educației complementare a tinerilor.
Încearcă cursul nostru online (SGAG e-Course), precum și jocul (SGAG Game) dacă ești tânăr elev al unei școli vocaționale sau profesionale sau al oricărei instituții de învățământ din România.
Comunicat Martie 2017
Proiectul SGAG (Skills Generator Assessment Game) sau, altfel spus, spațiul exersării prin joc, se pregătește de marea lansare a jocului SGAG și a cursului eLearning aferent.
Suntem bucuroși să facem parte dintr-o echipă revoluționară formată din experți din Cehia, România, Italia, Polonia, Letonia și Grecia.
Ne apropiem cu pași repezi de evenimentul Multiplier ce va avea loc în 25 Aprilie 2017 ce va deschide calea către pilotarea în școlile din România.
Pentru că ne place să păstrăm contactul cu elevii și cu profesorii, vă propunem să testați ÎN PREMIERĂ jocul SGAG. Urmăriți link-ul: www.sgag.eu
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SGAG (Skills Generator Assessment Game)
Instrument inovator care va contribui la îmbunătățirea competențelor necesare pe piața muncii (soft skills) și nu numai.
Jocul online va fi un joc educațional ce va reflecta situații din viața elevilor. Ne dorim ca învățarea să fie cât mai naturală cu putință și să ofere o reală experiență educațională.
Cursul și Jocul online vor fi instrumente pentru profesori pentru includerea competențe transdisciplinare în activitatea didactică curentă.
Resurse pentru: Elevi, Cadre didactice, Consilieri școlari, Psihologi
Key: Action Cooperation for innovation and the exchange of good practices
Action: Strategic Partnerships
Field: Strategic Partnerships for vocational education and training
Project Title: Skill Generator Assessment Game
Project Acronym: SGAG
Project Start Date: 01-10-2015
Project Total Duration: 24 months
Project End Date: 01-10-2017
- Aregai Terre di benessere, Italy – PIC 940372806
- Biedriba Eurofortis, Latvia – PIC 950139057
- UNIWERSYTET LODZKI, Poland – PIC 999863488
- Istituto Tecnico Superiore per le Tecnologie Innovative i Beni e le Attività Culturali-
Turismo, Italy – PIC 938835938
- eLearning & Software SRL, Romania PIC 949563556
- EUROPEAN REGIONAL FRAMEWORK FOR CO-OPERATION ASSOCIATION, Greece – PIC 986168058
Official web page sgag.eu
Official facebook page – https://www.facebook.com/SGAG-Skill-Generator-Assessment-Game-1000244366721919/
The partner consortium is composed by VET providers, training institutions, associations/consortia and university in order to apply the cross-sectorial cooperation and build a strong partnership able to tackle all the aspects of the project. Part of the consortium was previously working together on a project with similar topic. In the present project, they would like to build up on the previously gained experiences and share the lesson learned. The previous project, CEFY, implemented by P1, P3 and P4, was promoting the entrepreneurship as a way of employment among VET students. The project was using ICT technologies and was focused on the entrepreneur skills development.
The current project is continuing in what was already achieved during previous project and continues in follow-up activities. Meanwhile CEFY was focused mostly on the entrepreneur skills development, this new project is actively helping students to gain new knowledge and adopt different transversal skills needed on the labour market. The tools used are more interactive and enriching, allowing student to focus on his own preferences and own needs.
In addition, a scoring system embedded within the game, aim not only at providing a ‘mark’ at the end of each game level, but to provide a graphical display on the skills level. To do so, the partner will use a methodology coming from a previous project on entrepreneurship (P4).
The project builds-upon the cooperation between VET providers and businesses which was established during the project preparation phase.
The project coordinator, Tempo has been coordinating or participating as a partner in a number of projects focused on education, training and transfer of skills both on national and international level. One of these projects was for example RE:chance which aimed at socially disadvantaged students and building up their social skills. Another successful project was Under the new roof which aimed to improve teaching methodologies and curriculums of VET.
The main innovativeness consist at fulfilling the needs coming from the possible employers of current VET students who are stating that the lack of transversal skills among the job applicants is alarming. This project is building up on good practices of previous projects using the balanced consortium of partners and associates VET schools and future employers. Project is using modern technologies, including the ICT game, in order to address today’s VET students in the most approachable and attractive way.
The consortium was established aiming at creating strong and efficient partners from different European countries. It consists of VET providers, association, consulting, training and technical private companies, and university. Each of the partner brings unique contribution to the project and the partnership possesses the required expertise to cover all phases and aspects of the project. The partners were chosen according to prior experiences of the applicant organization. Most of the partners – P1, P3 and P4 were collaborating on the CEFY project, which was used as a base for this project. Other partners chosen based on other previous collaborations (P2 and P7) while other (P5 and P6) found or recommended via Euroreso network – the network of professionals which P3 and P1 are part of.
Each partner had to compile a short draft on his skills, expertise, competences and the project’s applicant confirmed a description of his contribution to the project, before his participation in the project. Therefore, the most suitable partners were selected with the regard to choose bodies from various backgrounds.
Each partner represents different country in order to achieve a high impact of the project in terms of geographical scope. The partnership as a whole (with the exception of partner P1,P3,P4) has never worked together on a joint project within the EU programs, but they all have experience with projects implementation and skills development. The project partners also have experience in managing the EU funded projects adequate to assure smooth preparation, management and implementation of the project in their project countries.
The consortium is composed of 7 partners and 6 silent partners (VET schools and colleges in each of the partner country except Italy, where college P7 is already partner of the project) sharing the aim to promote a more coherent approach to soft and social skills of VET students.
The system used for cooperation and communication will keep all partners constantly informed about the status of the project, about its planning and about all important subjects. The shared aim is to keep the highest transparency among the involved parties and to maximize the synergies of cooperation.
The Project Coordinator of the project will be P1 Tempo. The Coordinator will maintain information and communication flows among partners. There will be a Project Manager within each partner organization, responsible for project management, implementation and coordination in his organization and within the respective partner country. The Project Coordinator will send information regularly about the progress of the project. Partners responsible for implementation of particular activities will report periodically to the consortium on the state of the implemented activities. Internal reporting on issues such as work plan implementation, quality assurance and evaluation, dissemination, financial reports will be provided on quarterly basis. All partners will contribute to preparation of Interim and Final reports.
All partners will be responsible not only for delivering their share of work, but also for suggesting improvements, solutions and approaches leading to successful process of the project and bear the responsibility for final results and outcomes of the project.
Project Coordinator will appoint one person as a Project Coordination Manager, who will be in charge of the project coordination day by day and the main mediator among partners and the European Commission. This figure will coordinate the planning of the project and the communication among partners, introducing a communication plan. He/she will be supported by a Coordination Team for the realisation of the tasks, composed by administrative, researcher/trainer and technical personnel, who guarantee the correct realization of the Coordinator’s tasks.
Internal communication will be organized through e-mails, Skype, internal section of the project website (forum, e-meetings). The key tool of communication will be Transnational Partners’ Meetings. There are five Transnational Partner’s Meetings planned in the project.
The list of meetings:
- M1 – Ostrava, Czech Republic, month 1
- M2 – Torino, Italy, month 9
- M3 – Athens, Greece, month 17
- M4 – Riga, Latvia, month 24
The first Meeting will be held at the beginning of the project in the Czech Republic (P1) and all partners will participate in it. The objective of the kick-off meeting is to introduce the partners within the consortium, to clarify the objectives, activities and the predicted outcomes of the project and to concretize the distribution of the competencies and responsibilities among partners.
Another aim of this meeting is to finalise and adopt a detailed work plan and introduce and set up a system of Internal Evaluation of the project. Partners will also agree on communication and coordination principles and tools. Quality Assurance and Management Plan will be adopted, as well as Dissemination Plan. The other Meetings (Italy, Latvia) are planned with a six months frequency and all partners will participate in them. During these meetings, the delivered activities and results obtained will be revised and evaluated. Partners will discuss the progress of the work
plan, dissemination plan, evaluation and reporting. The final meeting is organized together with the final conference, for travel costs
Partners’ Meetings will provide space for sharing good practices from each country as well as for solving problems or conflicts. The frequency of the meetings is planned in order to assure a smoother communication among the partners and the effective implementation of the project activities.
The last meeting (Greece) will summarize the project and it will evaluate its results and whether its objectives have been achieved.
The learning Methodology will be finalised and it will be used as a base source for designing the content of the E-Learning platform which will also be an important point in the programme during the final meeting. The final conferene is organized at the same time as the final meeting to optimize travel expences for the partners taking part in both.