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 MENTA50+ Deliverables

 

1.- SOTA Analysis and collection of good practices - long version (D2.1)

Description

Partners involved in the project carried out a research thatl investigated the programmes and initiatives related to the field of the project, namely:

1. What kind of programmes exist which promote active ageing in the light of maintaining and improving mental fitness?

2. Are providers, community centres, social workers aware of the possibilities and options of improving mental fitness?

3. What kind of activities, forms, and courses would providers and end-users welcome to enlarge their knowledge and improve their skills on mental fitness?

4. Examples for good practices from the given country, plus Europe and abroad (e.g. Israel)

To answer these questions partners combined qualitative (interviews with representatives of target collective) and quantitative methodologies (desk research, e.g. webpages of educational providers or community centres on their offers).

This long version report is a compilation of the national researches from the different institutions and countries involved, editing them in the same format, adding a short introduction and a short conclusion.

 
 

2.- SOTA Analysis and collection of good practices - short version (D2.2)

Description

This short version report sums up the main findings of the national reports. While the previous product is a compilation of the national researches from different nations and editing them in the same format, this shorter version is a comparative analysis of the findings with conclusions taken in relation with the main focus questions (as stated in the former deliverable).

There is a section which contains recommendations for the further steps of the project (manual, online serious games, curriculum and pilot).

 

3.- Invitation to mobility in Udine May 2014 (D4.1)

Description

A short invitation leaflet has be prepared by the coordinators of the mobility. It gives basic information on the mobility- its aims and objectives, its venue, planned target group, planned agenda.

 

4.- Position Paper and Recommendations on ICT-based Serious Computer Games for Developing Mental Fitness For the Menta 50+ Project (D5.3)

Description

This report sums up the main findings on the role that ICT-based Serious Computer Games can play for developing Mental Fitness in people 50+. First of all, you can find a general background and short state of the art on the topic from the israeli perspective.

There is a section which contains the advantages from third age games and also recommendations for the further steps of the project in the implementatoin of online serious games and several examples.

 
 

5.- MENTA50+ Compilation and Final Curriculum (D6.1)

Description

Curriculum was elaborated based on the manual and the set of online serious games. These two were envisaged to form a course with a blended learning orientation. The face-to face part is based on the material of the manual. It comprises about 20 learning units (or 20 hours). The other part of the curriculum is the online training material with the set of ICT based serious games developed. It adds another 10 hours. These two main resources serve as the basis for the curriculum.

Following the initial guidelines of the WP leader, partners have planned their courses and provided a detailed plan broken down to days of their course design. WP leader collected these plans, drew and shared consequenses and gave feedback to piloting partners and based on plans, feedbacks and reports prepared a final curriculum which can serve after the project as a model curriculum for providers (and later can lead to Grundtvig workshops or Grundtvig in-service seminars as well).

 
 

6.- Advisory Boards Report (D7.4)

Description

Advisory boards were established at the first phase of the project in each partner country. The advisory boards consisted of representatives of the three different groups of people the project is built on: representatives of experts, representatives of 50+people, and representatives of providers. These people were of crucial importance to the project as they gave their views and expertise in project matters and they fine-tuned the exact direction the project would head. They also had a quality assurance role as they continuously gave feedback on project happenings and outcomes. The advisory board thus had functions:

- representing their groups

- consultancy

- quality assurance

- dissemination

 
 

7.- Leaflet N1 (D8.2)

Description
This is an official document for disseminating the project Europe-wide. It contains all the necessary information on project goals and objectives and on implementing partners. It was prepared at a very early stage of the project to present the project at relevant forums, conferences, etc. However, at this early stage only available, core information is given and thus shared. At a later stage a more detailed leaflet is elaborated. At this first project stage available only in English.
 
 

8.- Leaflet N2 (D8.3)

Description
This is an official document for disseminating the project Europe-wide. It contains all the necessary information on project goals and objectives and on implementing partners. This leaflet followed in a few months the previous prototype version with more detailed information on the project and the actual partner carrying out the project in the given language in the given country.