Narrative educational resources for socio professional inclusion (NAR-SPI) is a project that enhance the creation and use of open education resource (OER) to promote socio professional inclusion of precarious people.
It is based on the principle that a lever, of a more equitable and effective social and occupational integration, is based on a better understanding of socio-economic environments by people responsible for socio-professional inclusion (SPI), but also on a better knowledge of psychosocial phenomena in connection with social and professional exclusion and the world of work.
The project will therefore create and test educational tools to develop critical thinking and some complex levels of learning (learning of cognitive strategies, of synthesis and of analysis).
The project will implement activities in order to analyze at EU level different job and training profiles of SPI worker, and create open education resources, based on narration, to test in the different countries of the partnership.
NAR-SPI is a project funded under the Erasmus+ program, strategic partnership for adults, and will last for two years (November 2015 – November 2017).
The project involve 8 partners from 8 EU countries: Perspectives (Belgium), European Learning Centre (Spain), Melting Pro Learning (Italy), Wyzsza Szkola Biznesu i Nauk o Zdrowiu, WSBINOZ (Poland), Vytautas, Magnus University (Lithuania), Research Paths (Greece), Transfer (France), Loughborough University (UK )