Studies, analysis and research

Studies, analysis and research will provide the basis for developing MeTURA – Family education learning tools. Five different studies (case studies, research studies and statistical analysis) in each partner country will be conducted with the purpose to reinforce the lifelong learning based data for adults in the EU environment and the lifelong learning research opportunities for vulnerable groups of adults.

  • O1, A study of the opportunities for lifelong learning for families and their adult family members with intellectual disabilities in the concept of bringing the lifelong learning offer to their home
  • O2, Study of the necessary competencies of educators and andragogical tools for the implementation of lifelong learning for families and adult family members with intellectual disabilities in concept of bringing educational offer closer to their home
  • O3, Study of motivational support methods of educators for more effective social activation of families and their adult family members with intellectual disorders
  • O4, A Study of Obstacles and Potentials of Family Lifelong Learning, which uses therapeutic family cooking as an andragogical method for an effective learning opportunity for families with adult family members with intellectual disorders
  • O5, Study of Obstacles and Potentials of the Family Lifelong Learning Unit, which uses therapeutic family gardening as an andragogical method for an effective learning opportunity for families with adult family members with intellectual disabilities

Examination of the studies O1 – O5 will highlight the real obstacles and potentials to develop more effective learning opportunities for families and their adult family members with intellectual disabilities (AFMID). Results will provide useful information for implementation of lifelong learning activities within therapeutic gardening and therapeutic cooking, taking into account the necessary physical, psychological, learning and social methods / support for strengthening the independence of families and AFMID in order to avoid additional (institutional) restriction.

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