Stories

December 9, 2020

Konstantina Pista – Second Chance School, Assou-Lechaiou

Κωνσταντίνα is a Greek teacher from Σχολείο Δεύτερης Ευκαιρίας Άσσου - Λεχαίου and a member of the Key-Co System crew from the beginning of the project. She's testing in classroom the didactic tools concerning the Digital Competence (KC4) and here's what she thinks about her students' and her own experience with our project.
November 27, 2020

Susana Astiaso Laín – Asociación Guaraní

Susana is a teacher cooperating with Asociación Guaraní  in the creation and testing of Key-Co System's didactic tools with migrant learners. She has shared with us the experience she has lived in the last year working on our project.
November 27, 2020

Theophilus Ntiakoh Adjei – Student at CPIA Palermo 2

Theophilus Ntiakoh Adjei is an adult learner from Ghana, attending the Italian School Institution CPIA Palermo 2. He is involved, together with other migrant learners, in the testing phase of the Didactic Tools related to the second and eighth Key Competences (Communication in foreign languages and Cultural awareness and expression). Being asked to express his level of satisfaction with the learning units already tested in the classroom, he shared with us his ideas and feelings about this experience. Thank you, Theophilus!
November 27, 2020

Eva Salomonova – VHS Cham, Germany

The work carried out by the teachers implementing Key-Co System didactic tools seems to produce a nice little shift in the classroom routine. Let's have a look at what Eva, a German teacher from VHS Cham, has to tell us about her Key-Co experience.
July 29, 2020

LifeComp: the European Framework for Personal, Social and
Learning to learn Key Competence

Through the development of several digital tools, Key-Co System project aims at fostering the adult migrants' learning process of the eight key competences and one of them is the "LifeComp".
May 21, 2020

Resilience and distance-learning: Key-Co System third training and new ways to build the post-pandemic phase

Last week, the third staff training of Key-Co System project should have taken place in Palermo. Staff of partner organizations would have gathered in Sicily from Spain, Germany and Greece to take part in a very inspiring experience
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