Friedrich-Alexander-Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg, Germany

Friedrich-Alexander-Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg, GermanyFAU - Innovation in Learning Institute (ILI) is a research organisation dedicated since 1976 to lifelong learning and technology-enhanced learning. It has a strong focus on the conceptual and practical development of learning from a systemic point-of-view. Based on the outcomes of the conceptual research, the institute develops innovative learning systems including pedagogy, content, support and technology, starting from user needs analysis, pedagogical and technical implementation, up to evaluation and valorisation, in a spirit of self-determined lifelong learning. ILI has been co-ordinating and participating in numerous projects at regional, national and European level.
Send an email ILI researches on innovation in processes of learning, education and the development of competences predominantly from a systemic perspective and in interaction with basic processes like demographic, technological and societal change.

If you want to have some more information about the activities of the ETHIKA project in Germany,
please send an email to Evelyn Schlenk.

 
Other partners: Univerza v Ljubljani - Teološka fakulteta, Slovenia , Osnovna šola Valentina Vodnika, Ljubljana, Slovenia , Kirchliche Pädagogische Hochschule Graz, Austria , STePS, Bologna, Italy , Rambla Abogados & Asesores, Palma de Mallorca, Spain , Mala filozofija- Association Petit Philosophy, Zadar, Croatia , Bundesverband Ethik e. V., Marburg, Germany , Osnovna šola Šmartno Pri Litiji, Slovenia .

Erasmus+ Programme This project has been funded with the support of the European Union and the Slovenian National Agency for the Erasmus+ Programme. This publication reflects the views only of the author, and the European Union and the Slovenian National Agency for the Erasmus+ Programme cannot be held responsible for any use which may be made of the information contained therein.

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