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THU 06/26/14

9:30 - 11:00 - introducing the workshop staff (organizers, trainers)
Presentation of participants and their home institutions
Other ice-breaking activities
11:00-13:00 - participant’s expectations and needs analysis (round-table)
presentation of support materials/ workshop objectives/second chance education alternative
15:00 - 17:00 - focus-group on adult literacy definitions, concepts, techniques;
17:00 - 19:00 - Adult learning theory/ needs of adult literacy learners/ types of adult literacy learners;  Core contents of adult literacy: basic reading, writing, spelling, numeracy, computer;
Meet an adult literacy learner (whit translator)
;
WED 06/25/14

Participants arrival and check-in
19:00 - Ice-breaking welcome dinner at the hotel


FRY 06/27/14

9:30-11:00 ICT in support of adult literacy learning
Previous experiments and good practice models;
11:00-13:00 - Getting familiar with voice-over software in order to create optimized materials for learners who can’t read yet.
15:00-17:00- Creating your own dictation exercise with voice-over software;
17:00 -19:00 - Creating your own evaluation tool with vocal explanation for students which   are not enough skilled to read complex sentences. Using already available voice or recording your own voice;
Basic numeracy problems ;
SAT 06/28/14

Image-based learning
Creating image-based learning materials for students which are no table to read yet;
Creating a simple animation;

SUN 06/29/14
Day 5 - 9:30 - 13:00 Virtual 3 D classroom
14:00 - 19:00 Cultural activity



MON 06/30/14
Day 6 - 9: 30 - 13:00 working on the basic skill digital portfolio for adult literacy learning:
Alphabet and letters
Reading and typing exercises
handwriting exercises;             
  15:00 - 19:00Software database to be used;
Evaluation
  Award Certificates
19:00    Good-bye dinner
;


THU 07/01/2014
Participants departure

‘This project has been funded with support from the European Commission. This publication reflects the views only of the author, and the Commission cannot be held responsible for any use which may be made of the information contained therein.
© Scoala 5 Piatra Neamt 2014
Design by George Micu
‘This project has been funded with support from the European Commission. This publication reflects the views only of the author, and the Commission cannot be held responsible for any use which may be made of the information contained therein.
REGISTRATION/APPLICATION FORM SUBMISSION DEADLINE:
                                                                                      MARCH 1st 2014

Please send the filled-in form you find HERE at adulit_workshop@yahoo.com or george.micu@ymail.com before March
1st 2014 23:59.
Please print the signature page and sign it with blue coloured pencil, and than send it scanned at the same email. Keep the original,
in case you are selected you will need it.

For any other information please feel free to contact us!

THE RESULTS WILL BE PUBLISHED ON THE WEBSITE WITHIN 3 WEEKS AFTER DEADLINE. YOU WILL ALSO
BE ANNOUNCED BY EMAIL ABOUT THE EVALUATION RESULS.


Selection criteria: 10 participants from at least 4 different countries will be selected according to their motivation and
competence on the basis of the information in the Participant application form. Eligible countries participating in the Lifelong
Learning Programme (LLP) are the 28 European Union member countries and additionally Iceland, Liechtenstein, Norway,
Switzerland and Turkey.
Age of participants: min. 18 years old
Practical arrangements
The workshop shall take place at Casa Corpului Didactic Neamt in Piatra Neamt, Romania. There is a direct train line from the
Bucharest, Otopeni Airport to Piatra Neamt. Accommodation is organised in single or double rooms. There is one wheelchair
accessible room in the hotel. Full board will be offered in the hotel. The traditional local cuisine, led by a professional cook, is
mostly based on organic and genuine local products.
  Selection Results

1. Joan McCool - N. Ireland
2. Helgi Thór Gunnarsson - Iceland
3. Friederike Diel - Germany
4. Tomas Stens - Sweden
5. Firmin Verbrugge - Belgium
6. Nady Deschrijver - Belgium
7. Abdülkadir DÖKME - Turkey
8. Victoria Schreuder Dobrescu - Netherlands
9. Agata Grula  - Poland
10. Dalina Ubartaite Vingiene - Lithuania
Dear applicants, thank you for your interest in attending our workshop.
A personalized feed-back message has been sent to every applicant, please check your emails.
For further information you will be contacted by a member of your team.
ICT TOOLS for ADULT LITERACY
GRUNDTVG WORKSHOP, JUNE 25th-JULY 1st 2014
Piatra-Neamt, Romania
LLP-2013-GRAT-27-NT