“AGEADAPT” – First project result completed

In our Erasmus+ project “AgeAdapt – Adaptation Tools for Ageing Workforce in SMEs” we work together with five other organizations from Poland, Slovenia, Spain and the Czech Republic to enable employees to stay in the work process as long as possible. RegioVision is project coordinator.

We have successfully completed our first project deliverable. In our State-of-the-art report we looked into the current situation of age management in SMEs in the individual partner countries and have collected valuable insights that form the basis for our further work.

Project Kick-off

The Kick-off Meeting of “DIGIBLEND – Improving Adult Digital Literacy through Innovative Gamified Blended Learning”, our this years’ last Erasmus+ project kick-off, took place from April, 28th to 29th.
Together with our great partners from Italy, Serbia, Spain, Latvia, Slovenia, Turkey, and Ireland we are going to take a part in supporting improvement of digitalization competences of older European citizen. Within the project duration of 30 months, we will realize it by means of an innovative approach and develop helpful and unique tools. In the meeting we have already generated some excellent ideas and starting points that we will expand on in our future work. We are looking forward to it!

This project has been funded with support from the European Commission. This website reflects the views only of the project partners, and the Commission cannot be held responsible for any use which may be made of the information contained therein.

Project BECOMING – Training activity in Prague

From 11.04. to 15.04.22 the project partners met for the second transnational learning activity in Prague. First, the results of the service package for career and vocational guidance of low-skilled employees in SMEs were reflected, tested, and further refined. Furthermore, the upcoming tasks as well as concrete steps for the next project result, developing a kit consisting of an extensive portfolio of freely available materials and tools for the individual career planning and development of low-skilled employees, were elaborated and defined. For this purpose, the participants dealt, among other things, with different methodological and pedagogical approaches, as well as exchanged experiences with helpful online tools for the creation of educational materials and tested some of them. The next project meeting is planned for June this year in Pescara/Italy.

This project has been funded with support from the European Commission. This website reflects the views only of the project partners, and the Commission cannot be held responsible for any use which may be made of the information contained therein.

EMPOWER – Kick-Off-Meeting

Finally, we were able to meet in person in Schwerin at our project “Empower – Encouraging Migrant Women to seize their Potential and Opportunities in the World of Entrepreneurship” in the framwork of Erasmus+, which has already been kicked-off virtually in January this year.

With seven other partners from four different EU countries, we will develop a portfolio of tools for self-assessment and assessment of entrepreneurial competences in the framework of the Entrecomp model and a toolkit with learning and teaching material for teaching entrepreneurship specifically for women with a migrant background.

From 07.04. – 08.04.2022 we actively dealt with the EntreComp competence framework in a very pleasant and constructive working atmosphere. We reviewed the interviews with women with a migration background that we already conducted, exchanged experiences and new ideas, and discussed and coordinated the upcoming work steps and organizational issues.

This project has been funded with support from the European Commission. This website reflects the views only of the project partners, and the Commission cannot be held responsible for any use which may be made of the information contained therein.

Message in a Bottle: Training in Santander

“What you have to learn in order to do something, you learn by doing it.” (Aristotle)

During our training activity from 28.03. to 01.04.2022 in Decroly in Santander, the teachers, and learners of the three partner organizations did just that. With the approach of a growth-oriented way of thinking, which follows the theory of Carol Dweck (professor of psychology at Stanford University) that everyone can learn everything, we fundamentally dealt with the challenges of linking the analog and digital world and looked at learning types, learning methods and competence requirements (of the future). And all this not only theoretically, but also practically.

In the various settings, we tried out a variety of analog games, experimented with open-source learning programs and tools for creating learning games, and gathered valuable insights. What thematic and technological options can we best use to ensure that young people acquire basic skills for their lives in a playful way – through gamified learning – while at the same time not getting “lost” in the digital world?

After our active and instructive work week, we agreed that the most important thing is to strike a balance between analog and digital learning, and that joy and fun as motivational drivers must not be neglected to make the learning process successful and sustainable.

Everyone learned a lot. We will use the newly acquired skills and knowledge for our further work in the project.

Theoretical input on the value of playing
Game round activity – card games
Brainstorming on hybrid gaming
Game round activity – board games
Getting to know “Scratch”
Experimenting with AR code

Project Kick-Off

With a two-day kick-off meeting in Schwerin, we started our new project “VideoTeach” within the Erasmus+ programme. On board are eight partners from Finland, Spain, Bulgaria, Croatia, Estonia, Turkey, Cyprus and the Czech Republic.   

We will work together to create tools and resources for the production of high-quality educational videos to promote wider use of online, blended and distance learning. Based on their individual skills, teachers will be supported and motivated to produce their own videos efficiently and in good quality and to use them as a supplement in their teaching.  

During our meeting, we agreed on the next concrete steps, discussed the development of a competence profile in terms of content and expertise, collected ideas and discussed and agreed on organisational issues.  

This project has been funded with support from the European Commission. This website reflects the views only of the project partners, and the Commission cannot be held responsible for any use which may be made of the information contained therein.

Hybrid project start

Our next project within the Erasmus+ programme of the European Union has started: “DIGISCHOOL“. The Corona pandemic forced us to hold another hybrid meeting because some participants could not come to Schwerin in person as planned.

In a very productive round, we discussed the basic organisational issues with our partners from the Czech Republic, Spain and Italy, set deadlines and dealt with the concrete tasks for the first project result.

In the DIGISCHOOL project, we are jointly pursuing the goal of improving the digital skills of vocational school teachers and communicating the possibilities and advantages of digital teaching even after the end of the pandemic. In the first phase of the project, we will collect and publish case studies on the use of digital teaching materials with experts from the field.


This project has been funded with support from the European Commission. This website reflects the views only of the project partners, and the Commission cannot be held responsible for any use which may be made of the information contained therein.