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Electronic Platform for Adult Learning in Europe



Results of the European Erasmus + project Math-GAMES on motivational teaching in the field of mathematical basic education - This innovative teaching material is intended for all lecturers who are active in the area of ​​basic education (especially in the area of ​​arithmetic learning). The focus is on the use of games to teach individual topics of mathematical basic education with more motivation.

Are you a good reader? We use reading skills in many contexts, such as at work, in courses and education or when we help children with homework.

Do you want to check your own numeracy skills? 

Skills Norway has developed a numeracy check where you can check your own numeracy skills. Try the numeracy chech here:



The current European crisis of refugees and migrants has created a new challenges to the adult education system as in many European countries ther is a rather small range of adult educators, who have sufficient professional competencies to work with this challenging target group of learners. 

Minister Evarist Bartalo attended the 2nd World Open Educational Resources (OER) Congress held in the Slovenian capital, Ljubljana from the 18th to 20th September. The theme of the Congress, organised by UNESCO and the Government of Slovenia, was ‘OER for Inclusive and Equitable Quality Education: from Commitment to Action’, and brought together 30 Ministers of Education and Human Resource Development and 550 congress participants including senior policy makers, expert practitioners, researchers, and activists to examine solutions to mainstreaming OER in support of Sustainable Development Goal 4 (Quality Education)

The Advenus project aims to improve and extend the offer of high quality, culturally sensitive open access e-learning resources to adult refugees, and their trainers and teachers in EU countries.

We are able offer five open access courses, translated into five different languages. This is the result of an international research collaboration between INN University of Applied Sciences in Norway (coordinator), LUMSA University in Italy, University of PORTO in Portugal, and Community Development Institute in Macedonia.  Advenus is funded by the EU and Erasmus+.