2018 will be a significant year for the TOY-PLUS project: the TOY online course will ‘go live’ by Autumn and the intergenerational learning quality assessment tool, TOY for Quality, will also be launched. In preparation, the seven European partners developing these two publications met in Lleida in Spain in the end of January 2018.
A visit to one of the Lleida’s municipal playcentres, Ludoteca Municipal Cappont was also part of the programme. We had an opportunity to talk with the children, older adults and facilitators participating in the intergenerational activities which the playcentre organize.
Registration for pilot course, which takes place April to May this year is now closed. For those of you who are interested in taking the online TOY Course in the Autumn, you can complete an Expression of Interest form which will be available in May/June 2018.
TOY-PLUS is coordinated by ICDI and is funded by the European Commission under the Erasmus+ Programme.
Location: The Netherlands