The second transnational partner meeting (TPM) that was hosted by CEPA Los Llanos in the city of Albacete, Spain took place between December 3-5, 2018, and was attended by all I-Motole project partners.
One objective of the second TPM was to assess the current status of the ongoing development and piloting of teaching materials dealing with the intrinsic motivation of disadvantaged adult learners from the project’s partnering organizations in Portugal, Spain, the United Kingdom, Macedonia, Sweden, Belgium, and France.
Another objective of the meeting was to map out the detailed timeline for the development of intellectual outputs dealing with the development of learner validation portfolios, an action plan with 10 recommendations for improvement, as well as the development of an interactive online portal with resources on intrinsic motivation. The activities centered around the aforementioned intellectual outputs will take place between the end of 2018 and Q1 and 2, 2019.
Furthermore, another objective of the TPM in Spain was to design a training activity scheduled for March, 2019 in Beja, Portugal, which will gather adult learners from across the EU who have tested the learner validation portfolios in order to share the results of their experience and learn from each other.
The final objective of the TPM was to assess the current status of project management activities across all partnering organizations.
All objectives were successfully completed with input from ANI-International, Inspira Plus, Merseyside Expanding Horizons, Agrupamento de Escolas número 2 de Beja, CEPA Los Llanos Albacete, Kulturskolan Stockholm, and CVO LBC-NVK Sint-Niklaas.