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Transmission of Experience through Digitally Trained Senior Mentors to Mentees (TEaTIME) project is a research-driven project aiming senior citizens who are regarded as digitally low-skilled but good at their current job and willing to transmit their profession to younger generations.
The senior citizens will three tailor-made training modules namely; Mentorship, Conflict of Generations, and Digital Competence which will enable them learn to communicate with the younger generation, to use digital devices easily, and to transmit their professions to young mentees.
The project’s main target group is senior adults (retired or in a wider context aged 55+ adults) and young people (newly graduated or newly started his/her working life – aged between 23-30).
The whole participants will be awarded certificates which we desire it to extend across Europe that will testify their skills and background received in adult education on mentorship and so on. In short term, the project firstly aims to get results and have an impact at local and regional levels. We aim to enable the active participation of senior adults and providing them with active ageing within society. Therefore; a set of trainings are planned to be actualized in related education centres and universities.
The project will change perceptions of people towards senior adults to have them into social life. They will have enough opportunities to share their experiences through well-designed education and will break the walls with young generations. The local and national governments will give importance and the project’s outputs will be trained in more places than expected. The project aims to be a solid reference for the future of adult education.
On the 13th and 14th of February the kick-off meeting of the TEa TIME project took place in Pendik (Turkey) in which the Pendik Belediyesi participates as coordinator, and the partners from the Academy of Humanities, Economics in Lodz (Poland), University of Rogas Slatina (Slovenia) and Inercia Digital (Spain) took part. The meeting was an introduction of all project partners and the main intellectual outputs of the project
On the 29th and 30th of June we carried out the second transnational project meeting of the TEa TIME project that took place at the University of Rogas Slatina in Slovenia and the partners from the Academy of Humanities, Economics in Lodz (Poland) and Pendik (Turkey) took part face to face. Inercia Digital (Spain) joined it remotely. The meeting was delayed due to the Covid-19 pandemic. Partners celebrated the meeting when the situation improved and they discussed intellectual output 3, the Mentorship programme, and intellectual output 4, Conflict generation training module.
On the 1st and 2nd of September, the TEa TIME project hold the third transnational project meeting in the Academy of Humanities, Economics in Lodz (Poland) where all the partners from Pendik (Turkey), University of Rogas Slatina (Slovenia) and Inercia Digital (Spain) attended it. The meeting was very useful to present the intellectual output 5, Digital competences training modules, and planning the last steps for the project.
On the 5th of October, we met at Inercia Digital Training at Innovación center in Spain to hold the 4th transnational project meeting. The meeting was focused on the conclusions of the pilots training about mentorship program, conflict generation and digital competences training modules. In addition, partners discussed and prepared the last task of the project such us the e-learning course, the guidebook and the multiplier event.
On the 15th of November we held the final meeting of the TEA TIME project in Pendik, Türkiye, where we made a summary of all the results developed during the project and discussed the last financial and administrative tasks of the project. Furthermore, all project partners had the opportunity to attend the final project conference organised by the municipality of Pendik.
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