Creative Thinking for Parents

Creative thinking skills can be considered one of the key competencies for the 21st century — they allow us to remain flexible and provide us with the capacity to deal with the opportunities and challenges that are part of our complex and fast-changing world.

The aim of the project is to develop the creative thinking skills of parents of school-aged children, through the delivery of face-to-face workshops, combined with digital microlearning.

The project will support and reinforce the development of creative thinking competences for parents, who act as role models for their children. It will extend the supply of high quality learning opportunities for adults by creating a training programme for the development of parent’s creative thinking skills, which will consist of short face-to-face workshops suitable for the hectic lives of parents. Workshops will be complemented by microlearning modules, available through a mobile application, which will supply parents with relevant information, of a short duration. Furthermore, the project will support the development of a community of practice for parents, which will act as a driver for learning and personal improvement. 

This Erasmus+ project started in November 2020 and has a duration of 24 months. It involves seven partners from seven different countries.

More information can be found on the project website.