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Funding program Erasmus+, Strategic partnership
Project name Innovative teaching and learning practice in the field of professions in beauty sector
Acronim INLESSON
Project number 2019-1-LT01-KA202-060758
Project coordinator Karalius Mindaugas vocational training centre, Lithuania
Project partners Katholiek Onderwijs Vlaanderen, Belgium
Centrum voor Volwassenenonderwijs DTL, Belgium
Escola Profissional do Minho, Portugal
Action Synergy, Greece
Project duration October, 2019 – March 31, 2022
Project aim and expected results The aim of the project is to strengthen the teaching process in the field of beauty professions (beauticians, hairdressers) by sharing international experience and using digital technologies for more innovative teaching practice.
Expected results:
• 36 VET teachers from 3 countries (Belgium, Portugal, and Lithuania) will improve their digital and pedagogical competencies in order to design and create efficient digital learning content in the field of professions in beauty sector;
• A digital learning material based on blended learning will be developed for 6 modules of the hairdressing and beautician professions (3 modules for each profession). This learning material will be tested by at least 200 students and evaluated by 18 experts from 3 countries;
• The Guidelines for the development of digital content for blended learning and the Methodology how to organize blended learning in beauty sector will be developed. The purpose of these intellectual outputs is to provide VET teachers in the field of beauty (hairdressers, beauticians) with the necessary knowledge on how to create digital learning materials and the necessary pedagogical knowledge on how to organize blended learning for students;
• The capacity of project partners will increase in the field of international project management and international cooperation, opportunities for future cooperation between project partners will increase, the training process will become more innovative and attractive.
Project website www.inlesson.eu
Project budget 169 899 EUR