SETTLE Workshop 1 – Albacete, Spain

The Multiplier event-workshop in Albacete, Spain was organised on the 28th of June, 2016. The event was held in Café Taller La Leche Militina and counted on the participation of 15 attendees in total.

Event agenda:

19.15 – 19.30: SETTLE Project. Social Entrepreneurship Training via ICT Learning Environments.

19.30 – 19.45: Learning and Training for Social Entrepreneurship. European Approach.

19.45 – 20.30: World Café.

20.30 – 21.00: Conclusions and Networking.


Brief conclusions:

During the event DRAMBLYS introduced the participants with the “SETTLE – Social Entrepreneurship Training via ICT Learning Environments” project, main objectives and the main outcomes of the project. Afterwards, the main outcomes of the OI1. Learning and Training for Social Entrepreneurship have been briefly introduced to the participants, highlighting the main conclusions obtained from the research carried out in partners’ countries and across the EU. After the two presentations, the participants have been invited to join the World Café. During the World Café the participants discussed and explored what could be the most suitable and attractive learning environment for the young people, engaging them to immerse into active learning on social entrepreneurship. The following ideas have been highlighted and shared:

  • The figure of moderator seems necessary in order to follow up and guide the learners and learning process.

  • Social Media should be integrated, allowing a major interaction among the users/participants and thus, for major impact and visibility of the learning platform.
  • Participation of diverse profiles would bring in an added value to the platform and so, could enforce the peer to peer learning,
  • Learning platform contents should be visually attractive and the users should also have a possibility to contribute and generate the contents. Success stories and good practices were also mentioned, that could stand as an attractive and motivational element of experiential learning.
  • External input or collaboration could bring in an added value and new contents or perspective to the platform.

On behalf of DRAMBLYS, we would like to thank all the attendees for participation and contributions.