• October 3, 2023

Financial Literacy for Inclusion: Project Multiplier Event, on Financial Literacy Day. University of Málaga

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The event was attended by 2 members of the IWS organisation and was addressed to a group of 7 vocational teachers of Romanian nationality.

During the multiplier event, the main objectives and results of the OFFLINE project were presented, specifically:

  • The mapping of free cultural resources in the countries participating in the project and at European level.
  • The self-assessment tool on knowledge and attitudes related to digital competences, online cultural attitude and time spent on social networks.
  • The case studies that collect initiatives to promote information literacy and cultural values.
  • Training courses, which featured prominently at the event. The members of the organisation reviewed the 10 training courses developed in 5 languages that deal with current and relevant topics such as the creation of digital content, the recognition of fake news, or the creative use of digital technology.

The event took place at the premises of Asociación Arrabal AID, a valuable partner of the project.

At the event, in addition to sharing information about the project, there were relevant exchanges of ideas and practices between the Romanian teachers and members of the participating organisation IWS.

The participants, aware of the risks that can arise from the use and dependence on social media, were very interested in the development and evolution of the project and took note of some good practices and recommendations to apply to their daily teaching practice.

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