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Call for good practices

Wednesday 20 April 2011

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You develop quality tools in adult literacy? Let us know!

Eur-Alpha wants to support the practices aiming at the self-determination of learners. The network currently approved a charter for the trainers training in order to build common references about emancipative practices.

The concept of ’emancipative practice’ being defined, Eur-Alpha is now able to collect good practices from partners and any actors of the sector.

A good practice is any tools, materials, approaches or actions that you have tested and evaluated and that would be interesting to disseminate at the European level in order to promote the self-determination of learners.

We particularly insist on the fact that the concept of good practices is not restricted to pedagogical practices but can also include awareness raising, setting-up of networks and partnerships, active participation of learners to specific events, etc...

To make the practices readable and understandable to a maximum of European practitioners, a common presentation form was set up.

Fill in the document and send it to to share your expertise!

PDF - 166 kb
Charte FR-EN
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Good practices presentation form

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Education and Culture DG