For some years now Smallcodes has been involved in the development of projects within European partnerships. The projects have different focus and objectives but the main theme is always the cultural exchange, the divulgation, the inclusion.

Here is an overview of the ongoing projects:



Virtual lifelong learning centers

The purpose of this project is to adapt adult education to the new European social reality in which the 3rd sector is a booming force for inclusion, employability and entrepreneurship.
The outcome will be the creation of the necessary materials and tools so that any entity can develop its own E2.0C virtual educational center in order to generate networks that contribute directly to building a more sustainable, digital and inclusive European Union.

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Inclusive digitalization of students with low vision in school education

The project SEEING THE INVISIBLE was born with the aim of providing the teacher of students with low vision everything necessary to alleviate all the needs that the teacher will face to teach in primary or secondary classrooms with students with low vision in the new international panorama.

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Europe before a new inclusive, digital, and sustainable vet model

FUTUREVET is a project that promotes a new model of VET that takes into account students with obstacles, to be a real opportunity for young people in situations of social exclusion to obtain a better future through their employability in the technology sector.

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Innovative methodologies to support ethnic minorities and stop hate speech in Europe

With an Intersectorial Strategic Partnership formed by educational entities, entities expert in the fight against hate speech, and especially by associations of roma women, this project is focused on the educational inclusion of roma students in secondary education, and to end the bullying they are subject to.
To this end, it will provide teachers of secondary schools with the tools necessary to identify hate speech and bullying in their classrooms, to work with their students, and generate inclusion.
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A solution for postcovid-19 laboral market through a technical of VET students with obstacles

Included in the “Critical Thinking” series, this project proposes an innovative approach in the delivery of VET courses, treating the classes of students as if they were virtual departments of technology companies. It wants to address to some issues that have emerged in the world of work in the post-Covid 19 era and in particular it is aimed at those students who have to deal with economic, social or cultural barriers.

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Training VET students with obstacles into innovative digital methods of remote working and elearning created from covid-19

The prosecution of 2019 “Critical Thinking” project aims to create an effective mechanism to carry out virtual internships in high-tech centers, specifically focused on students at risk of exclusion, and with the objective of training their critical and scientific thinking and the job culture and responsibility necessary for teleworking.

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Inclusive education of adult persons through virtual volunteering

The project aims at developing an innovative digital volunteering methodology for the inclusion and learning of adults with barriers through a motivating and attractive LEARNING BY DOING process, which generates learning in couples of two students of a similar educational level but with very different life experiences (for example, a migrant adult with one born in a Europe) that will promote the learning of both through mutual aid, based on the modern “PEER TUTORING” methodology.


A VET students mobility network in the technological sector through a virtual environment with specific materials for critical thinking

The project will implement a virtual system for monitoring working practices and the creation of high quality open educational resources for students who participate in any E + mobility, but especially for those who are going to do it in the “VET student mobility network in excellence technological centers”.

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Early educational inclusion for students with low vision

The project aims at adapting tools and materials for early education to children with visual disabilities, believing that this is an essential stage to ensure full educational inclusion of these students.
For this aim the partnership is developing applications adapted to these children’s learning needs and digital training materials, both formal and non-formal, for their teachers.
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My interactive autobiography of cross-border contact

It is an innovative tool for Contact Education and has the function – through guiding questions, quizzes and interactive games – to stimulate, accompany and enrich the intercultural and linguistic reflection of pupils engaged in cross-border contact projects in border areas.
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Virtual Inclusive Volunteers, Adults and Refugees

It is a platform that offers several online courses aimed at different types of users: Adults, Volunteers, Refugees.
It is based on a software capable of evaluating the previous knowledge of each user, in order to automatically create a tailor-made course of study.
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Territorial Languages as a Employability Tool for Adult People

It is a strategic network of educational organisations searching to increase employability and inclusion of adult people by use of multilingualism, digital competences and ICT benefits.[Go to the website]


An Alliance for Mobility Incoming and Outgoing

Project AMICO aims to facilitate intra-European labour mobility and to address at European level the imbalance between supply and demand in the ICT sector.
Project AMICO takes advantage of synergies among enterprises, universities and employment services.
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