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Lifelong Learning means that learning should take place at all stages of life cycle and, embedded in all life contexts from the school to the workplace, the home and the community. The learning society therefore, is the vision of a society where there are recognized opportunities for learning for every person wherever they are and however old they should be. It is the continuous building of skills and knowledge during one's life that occurs through experienced lifetime.

DISCUSS brings together people, who on the background of their professional or civic activities are concerned with questions on lifelong learning, with a view to learn from each other, share good practice and make lifelong learning for all reality.

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“Education is not preparation for life; education is life itself.”

John Dewey

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Member Blog

April 29, 2024

SIEMdig “Social Inclusion and Emotional Maturity of the Society's youngest participants helped by digitally competent teachers”

by Istituto dei Sordi di Torino

SIEMdig “Social Inclusion and Emotional Maturity of the Society's youngest participants helped by digitally competent teachers”   SIEMdig, is a European project, co-funded by the European Commission under the Erasmus+ KA220-SCH Program, with an implementation period of two years (01…

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February 06, 2024

SwitchOff - Supporting worker's well being during remote work

by Magdalena

During a typical workday people engage in a variety of activities such as arranging meetings, checking emails and so on. Such activities require mental effort and prolonged engagement in such activities can lead to psychological and physiological reactions consequently generating…

2128 hits

January 29, 2024

HEART - Help educators to teach through robotic tools

by Istituto dei Sordi di Torino

The HEART Robotics Project is a collaborative initiative aimed at enhancing the use of robotics in adult education, particularly for learners with disabilities. Its key objectives include developing educators' skills in robotics, promoting social inclusion, and improving educational outcomes.

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January 14, 2024

WOWIT – Women on labour market with inclusive techniques

by FUTUREG

The WOWIT project aims to empower women and other disadvantaged ethnic, i.e. groups to create value on workmarket with equal opportunity. Around the world, finding a job is much tougher for women than it is for men. When women are…

2218 hits

December 12, 2023

Sustainability Skills in Adult Education | The 5P Competence Framework

by Randolph

The 5P Competences project developed an action-based competence framework for sustainable development, tailored to the needs of adult education.

2062 hits

November 28, 2023

AUTHERAPIES - Revolutionizing Autism Education through Evidence-Based Therapies

by Istituto dei Sordi di Torino

In the vast landscape of initiatives aimed at improving the lives of individuals with autism spectrum disorders (ASD), AUTHERAPIES stands out as a beacon of progress. This project, meticulously crafted, is not just a program; it's a transformative force with…

1680 hits

October 31, 2023

The DTAM Training Course is ready

by Zoe Batsi

In just a few days, the DTAM project will reach its official closer and must say we are proud of what we’ve achieved during the past three years and it’s time to celebrate this. “An Integral Training Curriculum for EU…

2152 hits

October 25, 2023

A Beacon for Digital Education in the T4T Project

by Sofia Mastrokoukou

Are you navigating the digital transformation in education? Are you an educator, trainer, or professional in the educational sector searching for resources to enhance your online teaching methods? Look no further! The T4T (Teaching for Teachers) project’s Resource Library is…

2345 hits

October 01, 2023

CENEET: the importance of the Circular Economy as an employability tool for the NEET population

by Irene

CeNEET, is the acronym of “Circular Economy as an employability tool for NEET population’’, which is an Erasmus+ Key Action 3, European Youth Together project. European youth projects are key to engaging and motivating this new generation to become ambassadors…

2805 hits

September 15, 2023

CHAMPION: Empowering Through Cultural Heritage-Based Social Entrepreneurship and Innovation

by Sofia Mastrokoukou

In the dynamic realm of social entrepreneurship and innovation, a project is making significant waves, and it's poised to leave an indelible mark. Meet CHAMPION, an acronym representing: "Cultural Heritage-Based Social Entrepreneurship and Innovation".  

2974 hits

August 11, 2023

GreenGUARDens: Fostering Environmental Sustainability and Green Entrepreneurship in Kindergartens

by Istituto dei Sordi di Torino

In the face of mounting climate challenges, environmental sustainability has become an urgent priority globally. The United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (UNSDGs) and the European Union's Green Deal have placed great emphasis on the role of education in fostering sustainable…

3087 hits

July 14, 2023

ENTER: The Social Entrepreneurial Digital Hub: Empowering Youth NEETs through Connection and Collaboration

by Enter Erasmus+

In today's rapidly evolving digital landscape, it is essential to bridge the gap between youth NEETs (Not in Education, Employment, or Training) and the wider market. Recognizing this need, the Partnership of the ENTER project has devised a creative Digital…

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“If everything was perfect, you would never learn and you would never grow.”

Beyoncé

DISCUSS has been developed with support of the European Union. The European Commission support for the production of this platform does not constitute an endorsement of the contents which reflects the views only of the authors, and the Commission cannot be held responsi­ble for any use which may be made of the information contained therein. 

The DISCUSS platform has been evaluated by independent experts of the European Education, Audiovisual and Culture Executive Agency (EACEA).
Here's what the evaluators say about us: 

 

Global Score

"Very good - DISCUSS addresses the criterion with all aspects of high quality"

Design

"The website is precisely designed, allowing for efficient application of beneficiaries"

Features

"A rich variety of tools
for asynchronous and
synchronous communication"

Functionality

"An efficient and multi-functional tool
for disseminating and valorising
project results"