Lista de projetos desenvolvidos por membros da linha de investigação "Organizational and social development through innovation"
Name of the Project: Creative InternPrize Project Number: 2016-1-TR01-KA202-033888 Project Coordinator: Akdeniz University (Turkey) Type of Project: ERASMUS+ (Strategic Partnerships for Vocational and Educational Training – Cooperation for innovation and the exchange of good practices – Development of Innovation) Project Lifetime: 1st of September 2016 until 31st of August 2018 (24 months)
Partners Akdeniz University (Antalya, Turkey) VisMedNet Association (Saint Paul's Bay, Malta) Associazione ValIda (Rome, Italy) Stucom SA (Barcelona, Spain) NTNU – Norges Teknisk-Naturvitenskapelige Universiter (Norway) Kalipedos r. Priekules Ievos Simonaitytes gimnazija (Pirekule', Lithuania) Dungannon Enterprise Centre (Dungannon, Ireland) Instituto Politécnico do Porto (Portugal) European Institute for Local Development (Thessaloniki, Greece) Dideas, S.L. (Castellón, Spain) UNINETTUNO (Rome, Italy)
Priorities VET: Promoting work-based learning in all its forms, with special attention to apprenticeship-type training HORIZONTAL: Improve achievement in relevant and high-level basic and transversal competences in a lifelong learning perspective HORIZONTAL: Open and innovative education, training and youth work, embedded in the digital era
Project Summary Creative InternPrize is a partnership between 11 working in education and training who have come together to implement a concept based on project oriented apprenticeships and internships in the creative industries.
Creative InternPrize generates opportunities for start-up in careers in the creative industries for students in VET through work based learning apprenticeship experience within the school environment. Such project work is generated by the school in partnership with local industry and players in culture, media, social work, youth and other fields and in this way it places students in contact with the labour market.
The project work will be supported by the use of a virtual digital platform that the partners will create so that it may become a common working place and cooperation between students under the instruction and mentorship of teachers and the local industry that benefits from the work of the students. This cooperation will therefore not only bring VET schools closer to enterprise but also brings enterprise into the school space. The platform will be available online so that students can work from home, in their own time, alone or together with others instilling in them a sense of responsibility, cooperation, autonomy and a sense of enterprise.
Teachers and students will work in a start-up environment during pilot activities in the participating schools and then after the end of the project lifetime when schools adopt InternPrize practice for themselves.
There will be two training activities for teachers in Spain and in Greece on the subject of start-up and on the InternPrize methodology, use of tools and virtual workspace. The partners will create training content for teachers in VET on the subject of start-up and this will include resources and materials, manual and user guide of the virtual digital platform. This training on start-up will also be available as an OERs supported by a telematic university even outside the partnership and beyond the project lifetime.
To supplement the training resources the partners will create a video gallery of narratives of the InternPrize experiences in the school in which teachers, students and entrepreneurs share the experience and anecdotes. They will in this manner be taking part in a wide ownership exercise and future beneficiary teachers and students may learn from real life experience of InternPrize. This will be also an asset on the curriculum of the students sharing their experience in start-up.
The benefits of Creative InternPrize will be for a wide spectrum of student profiles including : - gifted students who wish to explore career possibilities in the creative industry, - students often labelled as having learning challenges due to their aptitude for the practical as opposed to formal education, - students who have a particular creative streak possibly accompanied by a sense of entrepreneurship and - students from any gender and geographical, cultural, religious, economic, social background given that InternPrize works through projects generating positions and vacancies and therefore giving merit to skills and aptitudes.
They will look into possibilities of implementing the methodology of bringing students in contact with enterprise through project based work experience in the creative industries in mobility projects. The partners will also explore possibilities of the transfer of the InternPrize experience to other sectors outside the creative industries.
The partnership is one based on track record of experience and geared on networking and sustainability beyond the project lifetime. It is oriented towards taking an active part and making a proactive contribution towards further competitiveness in the creative industries, combating of early school leaving and youth unemployment that are at the heart of the strategies of the European Union.
The project shares a complete training pack regarding the creation and management of your business. To freely access the content, please visit: http://internprize.eu/Creative_InternPrize_Training.
Coordination of the project in ISCAP / Researchers involved: Prof. Paulino Silva Prof. Anabela Mesquita Prof. Rui Bertuzi Silva
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CoopCom RefugeesName of the Project: CoopCom RefugeesProject Number: 2018-2-FR02-KA105-014594Project Coordinator: Graphistes de l'Ombre - ERCN (France)Type of Project: Erasmus+ KA1 Mobility project for young people and youth workersProject Lifetime:Partners Instituto Politécnico do Porto (Portugal)KEPDER (Turkey)Mürsel Gazi MTAL (Turkey)ROC Da Vinci (The Netherlands)StuCom (Spain)Aims and ObjectivesThis project aims has 2 aims to implement manuals and services to help refugees, and to train youth leaders in charge of refugees to develop new projects to help refugees as the one you present.Coordination of the project in ISCAP / Researchers involvedProf. Anabela MesquitaProf. Paulino SilvaProf. Luciana OliveiraProf. Adriana OliveiraProf. Arminda SequeiraR&D Unit
Name of the Project: Direction Employment Project Number: Project Coordinator: WCIF (Bulgaria) Type of Project: EEA and Norway Grants Fund for Youth Employment - Innovation and exploration Project Lifetime:
Partners CSF (Bulgaria) LGL (Lithuania) BICERO (Slovenia) L-MOMO (Italy) ICS (Ireland) Instituto Politécnico do Porto (Portugal)
Aims and Objectives Project summary (elements are covered): - the support area(s) you are addressing in your project - relevance of project proposal in relation to the objective, principles and priorities of the call - the main objective of the project and the expected change your project will make to the current situation - the outputs of the project and how these will lead to the outcomes - the direct target groups and the end beneficiaries of the project - the transnational added value of the project - the expected sustainability of the project beyond the end of the funding period
Coordination of the project in ISCAP / Researchers involved Prof. Anabela Mesquita Prof. Luciana Oliveira Prof. Adriana Oliveira Prof. Paulino Silva Prof. Maria José Gonçalves
ELSE - Eco/logical Learning and Simulation Environments in Higher Education
Name of the Project: ELSE - Eco/logical Learning and Simulation Environments in Higher Education Project Number: 2018-1-IT01-KA203-0XXXXX Project Coordinator: Università degli Studi della Tuscia (Italy) Type of Project: Erasmus+ Strategic Partnerships for Higher Education Project Lifetime: 1st of September 2018 until 30th of June 2021
Partners Manchester Metropolitan University (England, UK) West University of Timisoara (RO) International Balkan University (MK) Politecnico di Milano (IT) University of Cyprus (CY) Universidad de Cádiz (ES) Instituto Politécnico do Porto (Portugal) Uniwersytet Im. Adama Mickiewicza w Poznaniu (PL) Entropy Knowledge Network (IT)
Aims and Objectives This project will design and disseminate a strategy to achieve the fundamental European goal of redesigning Higher Education, facilitating the application of Bologna principles across Europe. The objective will be pursued through the design of an integrated curriculum where the delivery of academic content is coterminous with, and enhanced by, the acquisition of competences and transversal skills appropriate for the digital age (1, 2).
Coordination of the project in ISCAP / Researchers involved Prof. Paulino Silva Prof. Anabela Mesquita Prof. Paula Peres
iGEN – Interwork between Generation Z and Employers
Name of the Project: iGEN – Interwork between Generation Z and Employers Project Number: 2016-1-CZ01-KA202-023939 Project Coordinator: Ceska Zemedelska Univerzita v Praze (Czech Republic) Type of Project: ERASMUS+ (Strategic Partnerships for Vocational and Educational Training – Cooperation for innovation and the exchange of good practices – Development of Innovation) Project Lifetime: 1st of September 2016 until 31st of August 2019 (36 months)
Partners CZU Czech University of Agriculture Prague (Czech Republic) Trebag Szellemi Vagyon- Es Projektmenedzserkft (Hungary) Dekaplus Business Services Ltd (Cyprus) Exponential Training & Assessment Limited (United Kingdom) INNEO - StudioTwórczego Rozwoju (Poland) Instituto Politécnico do Porto (Portugal) Media Creativa 2020, S.L. (Spain)
Priorities HORIZONTAL: Improve achievement in relevant and high-level basic and transversal competences in a lifelong learning perspective VET: Promoting work-based learning in all its forms, with special attention to apprenticeship-type training
Aims and Objectives The first intellectual output is a methodology providing methods, tools and best practices for SMEs to create an attractive, supporting and retaining working environment, based on the results of the gen Z survey and further research. It aims to help companies gain better understanding of the attitudes, motivators and drives of gen Z, learning how to support and motivate them to work more productively, how to satisfy their needs as employees and how to manage and deal with conflicts.
The second intellectual output closely linked with the methodology is the Mentor training, developed based on our surveys of European SMEs’ and gen Z’s demands.
The third intellectual output of the project is a soft skill training material produced for members of gen Z, based on the company survey and further research, prepared in a form adjusted to gen Z’s learning ways. This will help young employees to be more prepared for, and more confident and content at work, more assertive and able to solve problems due to understanding the demands of the job market and the working styles of older generations.
Intellectual Outputs O1 Methodology O1.1. Report of gen Z survey (ISCAP) O1.2. Report of company survey (Trebag Ltd.) O1.3. Methodology Development (CULS and Trebag Ltd.)
O2 Mentor training O2.1. Development of the training material O2.2. Joint staff event O2.3. Pilot training
O3 Gen Z training O3.1. Development gen Z training material O3.2. Pilot training
Coordination of the project in ISCAP / Researchers involved: Prof. Paula Peres Prof. Anabela Mesquita
InternPrize : Business Ideas Generation
Name of the Project: InternPrize : Business Ideas Generation Project Number: 2019-1-TR01-KA202-0XXXXX Project Coordinator: Akdeniz University (Antalya, Turkey) Type of Project: Erasmus+ Strategic Partnerships for VET Project Lifetime: 1st of November 2019 until 28th of February 2022
Partners VisMedNet Association (MT) Associazione ValIda (IT) VISOKA POSLOVNA SKOLA PAR (HR) Fundatia Worldskills Romania (RO) Instituto Politécnico do Porto (Portugal) Momentum Marketing Services Limited (IE) Centro Integrado Público de Formación Profesional Misericordia (ES) Akmi Anonimi Ekpaideftiki Etairia (GR) Institute for Entrepreneuship Development (GR) SBC School of business competences ltd. (BG) Sehit Hasan Onal Mesleki Ve Teknik Anadolu Lisesi (TR) Technikum Informatyki Edukacji Innowacyjnej (PL) Heimdal videregående skole (NO) EPRALIMA – Escola Profissional do Alto Lima (PT) Artide&Antartide (IT)
Aims and Objectives
BIG InternPrize shall put VET trainers and students in a completely new technological environment and a digital space supporting cooperation between VET providers, students and enterprise in an innovative way in a structured Community of Practice.
BIG InternPrize will introduce at least 80 VET trainers, 120 VET students and 32 entrepreneurs into the Community of Practice(CoP) in which students will, with support and mentoring from the trainers, create, develop and share at least 80 business ideas and opportunities for the 16 localities or regions represented by the partnership.
· IO1 - Research, Validation and Future Strategy
· IO2 - Production and Testing of Training Content
· IO3 - VisMedNet Association CoP and Observatory
Coordination of the project in ISCAP / Researchers involved
Prof. Anabela Mesquita Prof. Isabel Vieira Prof. Paulino Silva
R&D Unit: CEOS.PP
UPPScience – Using Profiling and Publishing for the upping of Scientific Approaches
Name of the Project: UPPScience – Using Profiling and Publishing for the upping of Scientific Approaches Project Number: 2016-1-NO01-KA202-022060 Project Coordinator: NTNU – Norges Teknisk-Naturvitenskapelige Universiter (Norway) Type of Project: ERASMUS+ (Strategic Partnerships for Vocational and Educational Training – Cooperation for innovation and the exchange of good practices – Development of Innovation) Project Lifetime: 1st of October 2016 until 31st of March 2019 (30 months)
Partners NTNU – Norges Teknisk-Naturvitenskapelige Universiter (Norway) VisMedNet Association (Malta) Akdeniz University (Turkey) Stucom SA (Spain) CIPFPM – Centro Integrado Público de Formación Profesional Misericordia (Spain) Associazione ValIda (Italy) Colegiul National "Ecaterina Teodoroiu" (Romania) AMRA Information Technology (Palestine) MedExport – Consorzio Med Europe Export (Italy) CEEI Burgos – Asociacion para la Gestion del Centro Europeo de Empreses e Innovacion de Burgos (Spain) Instituto Politécnico do Porto (Portugal) ISIS Archimede (Italy) Sehit Ridvan Suer Anadolu Lisesi (Turkey) Asachi – Colegiul Tehnic Gheorghe Asachi Botosani (Romania) University of Uşak (Turkey) Zespol – Zespol Szkol Ogolnoksztalcacych w Suchej Beskidzkiej (Poland) Colegiul Tehnic "LETEA" Bacau (Romania) EPAL – 1o Epaggelmatiko Lykeio Axioupolis (Greece) Isparta İl Milli Eğitim Müdürlüğü (Turkey) Liceo Scientifico Statale S. Cannizzaro (Italy) Liceo Scientifico Statale G. Battaglini (Italy) Goynuk Fen Lisesi (Turkey)
Priorities HORIZONTAL: Sustainable investment, performance and efficiency in education and training VET: Further developing quality assurance mechanisms in VET
Aims and Objectives UPPScience was conceived as a sustainable further development of another Erasmus+ KA2 VET called VISConti that, under the leadership of NTNU and with the presence of various partners of this current proposal, created a Community of Practice (CoP) between players in VET, HE and Industry. This proposal will build on the CoP and on the digital platform created in VISConti in order that it may: - widen the scope and mission of the CoP, - augment the services and functions of the platform to include publishing and new aspects of profiling that are at the core of UPPScience and - bring into the CoP a larger number of managers and teachers / trainers in VET, students in HE of STEM and IT as well as other disciplines that have an effect on or are affected by the science world.
Coordination of the project in ISCAP / Researchers involved Prof. Anabela Mesquita Prof. Paula Peres
Skills for you - Core Skills for 21st Century Professionals
Name of the Project: Skills for you - Core Skills for 21st Century Professionals Project Number: 2017-1-ES01-KA203-038589 Project Coordinator: P1 - Universitat Politècnica de València (Spain) Project Lifetime: 2nd of October 2017 until 1st of October 2019 (24 months) Type of Project: Erasmus+ KA2 Strategic Partnerships for higher education
Partners TURUN AMMATTIKORKEAKOULU OY (FI) Instituto Politécnico do Porto (Portugal) Stichting Hogeschool Utrecht (NL) Wissenschaftsinitiative Niederösterreich (WIN) (AT) INTEGRA INSTITUT, Institut za razvoj clovekovih potentialov (SI)
Aims and Objectives CoSki21 proposes to take the necessary steps to tackle challenges and to offer a variety of innovations in the field of learning the skills needed in the 21st century. The consortium behind this proposal offers an influential and high-skilled experience on skills/competences research and development of learning environments, as well as assessing them. The consortium includes 4 UASs (ES, NL, FI and PT) and 2 research institutes specialized in evaluating, assessing and developing personal development and competence.
Coordination of the project in ISCAP / Researchers involved Prof. Susana Bastos Prof. Ana Paula Afonso Prof. Diana Aguiar Vieira Prof. Paula Carvalho Prof. Manuel Moreira da Silva (CEOS.PP)
YBS - Your Business Success
Name of the Project: YBS - Your Business Success Project Number: 2018-1-PT01-KA202-047311 Project Coordinator: Instituto Politécnico do Porto (Portugal) Type of Project: Erasmus+ Strategic Partnerships for VET Project Lifetime: 1st of November 2018 until 31st of October 2020
Partners Exponential Training & Assessment Limited (England, UK) Varna Economic Development Agency (Bulgaria) Learning Hub Friesland foundation (Netherlands) NIKOLETTA GEORGOGIANNI BEST CYBERNETICS SINGLE MEMBER PRIVATE COMPANY (Greece) Fundatia Centrul Educational Spektrum (Romania)
Aims and Objectives The Your Business Success (YBS) project will develop an innovative approach to enable the primary target group (aspiring entrepreneurs and business owner/managers of micro and small enterprises) to prepare practical and performance-focused business plans. This will be achieved through the development of a new digital business planning tool and methodology supported by a new VET course and learning resources.
Coordenador - Paulino Silva
Equipa de Projeto Adalmiro Pereira Rui Bertuzi Anabela Mesquita Luis Abrantes Eduardo Albuquerque