Innovative Financial Literacy for You for a Sustainable Lifestyle Of Wealthmanagement
EU-Programme: Erasmus+, KA2, Strategic Partnerships for VET
Coordination: The foundation Diversity in the workplace (MiA) (Norway)
Duration: November 2022 – October 2023
The IFLY-SLOW project aims to increase the financial resilience of adults by supporting the development of high quality learning content in a digital format for adults. IFLY-SLOW project aims to support adult education teachers and trainers with innovative tools and methods, namely an online digital database, digital learning platform, EQF informed design of curriculum proposal and methodological handbook for transferability in a European context. The Specific Objective of the action is to ensure that, on the one hand the target adults acquire the knowledge, skills, tools and network necessary for a digital transformation through implementing a blended capacity-building programme and that, on the other hand, interested adult education institutes can replicate the program across the EU easily and with limited resources.
The main project results of the iFLY-SLOW project will be:
PR1. Online Digital Database for Financial Education in a Digital Economy, with good practices, state of the art tools and resources, innovative projects, contemporary methodologies, and ground-breaking policies on FINANCIAL education
PR2. Theoretical Framework, Pedagogical Basis and Training Curriculum for Financial Education in a Digital Economy.
PR3. Digital Training Platform for Learning via Apps for Financial Education in a Digital Economy.
PR4. IFLY_SLOW Pedagogical Handbook.
The main target groups for IFLY-SLOW are adult education organisations, their teachers and trainers that offer training in digital competence, interculturality and entrepreneurship and adults and migrants, supporting their integration through ADULT EDUCATION interventions that support social inclusion and economic integration.
Project Nº 2021-1-NO01-KA220-ADU- 000035319
This project has been funded with support from the European Commission. This publication reflects the views only of the author, and the Commission cannot be held responsible for any use which may be made of the information contained therein.