We bring you this video as a summary of the fina INTERMOVE conference that we held last November. During the event, we had the opportunity to present the project, to share the results of more than two years of work, to talk about the training pathway of INTERMOVE and to discuss the future prospects of the project. Enjoy it!
The final conference of the INTERMOVE project: “Seeking excellence in educational mobility” was a huge success!
Last Tuesday took place in Seville the final conference of INTERMOVE, during which we had the opportunity to present the project, show the results of more than two years of work, talk about the training pathway of INTERMOVE and we also discuss the future prospects of the project.
Among other activities and conferences, Santiago García, president of EfVET, discussed the impact of Erasmus+ mobility in VET centers and we also celebrated a multiplier event of ROI-MOB (a project that addresses the measure of return on investment from EU VET mobility).
From INTERMOVE, we want to thank the speakers for their interesting contributions and all the assistants who accompanied us. Thank you very much!
¿Tienes curiosidad por otros idiomas y culturas? ¿Estás pensando en realizar una estancia en el extranjero gracias al programa Erasmus+? ¿Te dedicas a la docencia y quieres preparar a tus alumnos para movilidades en el extranjero?
Te invitamos a asistir a la conferencia final del proyecto INTERMOVE en Sevilla el próximo día 14 de Noviembre en el instituto Heliopolis. Durante este evento hablaremos de los beneficios de la movilidad para la Formación Profesional en Europa y debatiremos sobre la interculturalidad y la intercomprensión.
La participación es gratuita. Os podéis registrar con el siguiente formulario
La agenda de la conferencia la encontraréis aquí
Si tenéis alguna duda, no dudéis en contactar con nosotros vía mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
During the last days we are holding the activity Train the Trainers of INTERMOVE at the headquarter of INCOMA in Seville (Spain).
This event involved 17 participants from various local organizations such as Fundación Sopeña, as well as special guests from Italian training center IIS Pertio Levi.
This training is aimed at people linked to European mobility projects and is based on learning to detect the needs of students during the period of mobility, the creation of learning paths and interaction with the e-learning platform.
Many thanks to the participants for helping us to test the INTERMOVE training materials!
This week INCOMA has carried out a pilot training within the framework of the INTERMOVE project. This training has been aimed at participants in mobility programs from Italy and Germany who are carrying out their international internships in Seville, as well as students from Fundación Sopeña who plan to participate in a mobility project abroad during this course.
Best wishes to the participants from INTERMOVE!
Within the framework of the development of our project, last week the IFOA partners carried out the INTERMOVE pilot training with participants in moility programs. The training, which was held in Reggio, Italy, was well received by all participants, who were very interested in this new methodology. We leave you with some photographs taken during these days.
A course on intercomprehension and intercultural communication will be held in October and November in Viseu, Portugal, aimed at future trainers belonging to different local organisations who want to prepare their students for international mobility projects. They will be taught in the INTERMOVE methodology to evaluate trainees’ needs, create their pathway and interact with the INTERMOVE platform.
You can register here.
During the last week, a training for trainers took place in Seville in which all the partners of the project have participated, as well as other participants from institutions not belonging to the partnership. Through different activities, we have dealt with topics related to interculturality and intercomprehension, with the ultimate goal of training those in charge of training participants in mobility programs. The participants in these conferences have also received a certificate with the INTERMOVE label, which will allow them to provide this training in their respective institutions.
From INTERMOVE, we thank the participation of the members of Fundación Sopeña, ENAIP Piemonte and the National University of Asunción.
During this week we are participating in a training for trainers organized in the framework of the INTERMOVE project in Viseu (Portugal), as well as a new partners meeting. In these sessions we are testing the training materials that have been developed during the project, with the aim of implementing them later in the online training platform that is currently under development. We leave you with some pictures taken during these days.
Today we bring you this fantastic infographic by Alberto Lucas López on the most spoken languages worldwide. There are at least 7,102 known living #languages in the world today, 23 of which make up the native tongue of 4,1 billion people (there are currently 7,2 billion people on Earth). In this infographic the 23 languages are shown with the number of native speakers (in millions) by country.
The colour of these countries shows how languages have taken root in many different regions
During the 25th and 26th of November we held the 3rd meeting of INTERMOVE in Bordeaux, France, organized and hosted by Cap Ulysse. On this occasion, partners had the opportunity to analyze the project progress, discuss about the contents of the training path and define the training tools.
In addition, we could start to organize the next training that will be implemented next May in Portugal, where we will test the developed tools in a training that will last a week. On the other hand, partners started to develop the platform that will include the online training. We will keep you informed about the progress of the project soon.
Y, ¿por qué INTERMOVE? Porque “lengua madre solo hay una” y nosotros también defendemos la preservación de las lenguas.
No te pierdas esta divertida campaña lanzada por la Real Academia Española y descubre los peligros de la invasión de palabras inglesas y la importancia de mantenter la propia lengua.