The project encourages the production, experimentation and sharing of innovative teaching-learning method by new pedagogical approaches based on self-assessment and experiential logic, with the aim to:

  • support opportunities for all to acquire and develop key skills, including basic skills: in order to promote employability, socio-educational and personal development, as well as participation in civil and social life;
  • skills in areas such as social skills and learning to learn, creativity, critical thinking;
  • support and evaluate new approaches aimed at reducing disparities in access and involvement in formal and non-formal education (social inclusion);
  • Promote gender equality and address differences in relation to access and use of these technologies and activities by poorly represented groups.

The program also supports the adoption of European frameworks on digital skills of educators, citizens and organizations, including the development and use of open educational resources, open textbooks and Open Source educational software. Priority will be given to actions that promote innovative teaching, training, learning and assessment methods and tools as engines for the improvement of lifelong learning.