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Aggiornamento progetto EMWOSE Università di Tor Vergata


Written by SuperAdministrator Monday, 03 June 2019 00:00

Giovedì 28 giugno 2019 alle 15.00 presso la sede dell'associazione Archivio delle Memoria, si terrà una presentazione del progetto Europeo Erasmus+ “ EMwoSE – Women from ethnic minorities in social enterprise”.

Il progetto sarà presentato del Dottor Sergio Pelliccioni.

Maggiori informazioni sul progetto sono consultabili sul sito web emwose.eu

L'incontro è aperto a tutto il personale docente, lo staff amministrativo dell'Università degli Studi di Roma “Tor Vergata” e ai Collaboratori del Parco Scientifico



28 giugno 2019

Ore 15.00

Archivio della Memoria

c/o SPIN OVER, Incubatore d’Impresa Parco Scientifico – Università degli Studi di Roma “Tor Vergata”

Edificio PP3 - Via della Ricerca Scientifica snc - 00133 Roma

Tel 0672594111/4022 - Fax 0672594783

e-mail: info@archiviodellamemoria.it


EMWOSE-Presentazione del progetto durante il meetign Age Management Masterclass


Written by SuperAdministrator Tuesday, 05 June 2018 00:00

Presentazione del progetto Emwose durante il meeting del progetto ERASMUS+ Age Management Masterclass presso Roma Capitale, Largo Ascianghi 4, sala n. 1, Scuola di Formazione di Roma Capitale.




EMwoSE – Women from ethnic minorities in social enterprise.


Written by SuperAdministrator Tuesday, 21 January 2020 15:31


Si è svolto a Vilnius il secondo meeting del partenariato strategico Erasmus + EMwoSE – Women from ethnic minorities in social enterprise.
Durante l'incontro è stata analizzata la letteratura relativa al progetto e sono stati presentati i primi risultati dei questionari distribuiti ad un campione di donne appartenenti a minoranze etniche e ad esperti nel settore delle imprese sociali.


Digital storytelling workshop Vilnius


Written by SuperAdministrator Tuesday, 21 January 2020 15:38

"Digital storytelling workshop" organizzato l'Archivio della Memoria durante il secondo meeting del partenariato strategico Erasmus+ EMwoSE – Women from ethnic minorities in social enterprise.




Written by SuperAdministrator Wednesday, 02 May 2018 15:17

School Break (SB) aims to explore the possibilities of school students learning through playing and designing escape room game type educational experiences. The title 'School Break' thus plays with the two meanings of 'break', i.e. escape and recreation/play.
Escape rooms are a relatively new entertainment form in which small groups of players work together over a set time (usually an hour) to solve puzzles and escape a real life locked room. There is increasing interest in their pedagogic use as they provide an authentic, motivating activating context for problem-solving, support small group collaboration, and let participants learn through exploration and experimentation. As well as supporting the development of cross-curricular skills – such as problem-solving, teamwork, and lateral thinking, which are also the focus of different EU education policies (cf. e.g. "Key Competences for Lifelong learning" or "Improving Competences for the 21st Century") - escape rooms can also be designed to meet specific curriculum goals.
This project makes the assumptions that collaborative problem-solving and design supports teamwork, communication skills, and creativity, while the playful and open-ended nature of the task, in a safe space supports measured risk-taking, creativity and innovation.
We hypothesise that playing and designing escape rooms will achieve three objectives: 1) increased student engagement; 2) learning discipline-specific knowledge; and 3) developing connected cross-curricula skills, in particular problem-solving, teamwork, and creativity.



Written by SuperAdministrator Sunday, 02 December 2018 09:50


Age management is a new competence for managers and supervisors in all companies and work organizations, where the demographic change is influencing. Also in private and public sector organizations are forced to adjust their functions for all generations. The most urgent need of age management is in companies where heavy physical and/or mental load is present.
The main objective of the project is to help the process of adaptation to the rising requirements of the labor market by providing the quality guidance tool for companies (age management advisors or in-company trainers) and VET providers (teachers and trainers).
The main project objective will be fulfilled by the following partial objectives:
- to create a professional network in the problem area and contribute to it;
- to create and provide a high quality age management guidance tool (in a form of a web-page) - as described further in the two distinct intellectual outputs sections;
- to involve age management trainers (teachers/trainers from VET providers) into the training activities;
- to spread the results of the project within the professional networks of the partners.
Age management is a commitment to ensure that the human resources (whom the employers work with) would be capable of work not only today, but also in some 40 years from now.

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