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Project Result 1: The Blended Mobility Model

Blended mobility, a dynamic mode of learning and cooperation, combines physical and virtual elements in a flexible and inclusive approach to international experiences. Participants, including students, teachers, and educational staff, engage in a mix of in-person activities, like study periods abroad, and online components such as virtual classes. The goal is to enrich the overall learning experience, fostering cross-cultural understanding, collaboration, and global skill acquisition.

The Blended Mobility Model, an innovative approach, seamlessly integrates physical and virtual components across three phases: before, during, and after mobility. Supporting participants throughout the entire journey, the model provides links to digital tools tailored to specific stages, promoting the development of 21st-century skills and digital readiness. From virtual preparation to continuous online communication during mobility periods, these tools facilitate coordination, collaboration, and evaluation, ensuring a seamless and enriched experience.

Crucially, the Blended Mobility Model goes beyond theory by incorporating real-world examples of good practices. These practical illustrations, drawn from successful implementations, serve as valuable guides, promoting continuous improvement and excellence in international education.

Accessible in all partner languages, the Blended Mobility Model aligns seamlessly with the objectives of Erasmus+. It serves as a forward-thinking framework, recognizing the evolving landscape of education and addressing the interconnected and technologically advanced nature of the modern world. In essence, the model is a dynamic and adaptive tool, providing a comprehensive approach to global learning while promoting collaboration, inclusivity, and the exchange of best practices.

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