In this section you can find the relevant publications edited in the project framework.
Get to know social innovation and intergenerational solidarity!
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The Piloting Report
The aim of the report is to detail the different stages of the course delivery in order to test the ComeON! intergenerational approach, consisting in the creation of dedicated pilot training courses where seniors and secondary school students and their teachers from each country will implement micro-projects related to social innovation within their local context.
Download the report: ComeON Piloting Report
The Literature Review
The review of the Literature as well as the analysis of the case studies demonstrate that intergenerational learning initiatives benefit both generations involved, as well as their families and communities. Our analysis highlights that in the majority of the case studies an important benefit in terms of social cohesion and solidarity is represented by the fact that both generations overcome stereotypes and prejudices connected to the other age group.
The Course Curriculum
The course is designed to be implemented by secondary school teachers with secondary school pupils and senior volunteers. The aim of the ComeON! Course is to provide teachers with a specific methodology based on intergenerational learning through a “phyrtual” didactic approach, an innovative and interactive on-line environment to share knowledge and socialise through experiences, to allow everyone to actively participate in the process of integration and overcome the digital divide.
Download the curriculum: ComeON! Curriculum_ENG
Handbook for Teachers
This Guide is intended to provide all the information to coordinate the running of the intergenerational course of the ComeON! Project. All activities and materials for the different Units and Session of the course are described in detail.
Download the handbook:
Guidelines for Students and Young Volunteers
This document contains tips and suggestions to better take part and have fun during the intergenerational experience, in the perspective of the younger participants.
Download the Guidelines for Students and Young Volunteers:
Guidelines for Senior Volunteers
This document contains tips and suggestions to better take part and have fun during the intergenerational experience, in the perspective of the senior participants.
Download the Guidelines for Senior Volunteers:
Reports and Surveys
These documents explains how the project tackled its challenges and how much the participants were satisfied with the piloting training courses.