Intermove+ First Newsletter

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Welcome to INTERMOVE+!

The Erasmus+ Project INTERMOVE+ seeks to provide an answer to the needs related to learning mobility, such as traditional problems like economic and linguistic barriers, and new needs such as providing learners with skills for a changing labour market, making mobilities more inclusive and offering digital and blended forms of mobility.

Therefore, the preparation of learners to better integrate into their hosting countries is a crucial aspect to enhance the success – and attractiveness – of learning mobilities, especially as the number of mobility beneficiaries is expected to continue increasing in the coming years in line with EU priorities and goals, and institutions active in learning mobility mainstream digital education.

The answer provided by INTERMOVE+ is developing a training pathway for preparing mobility beneficiaries that, thanks to a technology‐enhanced learning environment and innovative pedagogical approaches, will favour the development of transversal competencies in 6 different areas that are crucial for successful mobility experiences:

:::::: Meet the Partnership :::::::

The consortium have already met twice:

Kick-off meeting of the project in Cyprus  

Partners meeting in Italy


Current status and next steps >>>

The partnership is already working on the training contents and, in parallel, the technical development of the e-learning platform is in progress.

Next steps:

Handbook for facilitators:

Once the training contents are over, now it’s time to create the guidelines for INTERMOVE+ facilitators, explaining the whole process for the implementation of the training. 

Implementation of the contents into the platform: 

By September 2023, the contents will be uploaded into the e-learning platform, ready to be tested!

Workshop for INTERMOVE+ facilitators:

This will be a 5-days workshop in each country, with 2 facilitators per institution, that will provide feedback on the contents and the handbook. Would you like to collaborate? Get in touch with us!

News and Events:

Sopeña has introduce INTERMOVE+ to their students,
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INTERMOVE+ Presentation at Sopeña


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