Journal of Education and Recreation Patterns

The Journal of Education and Recreation Patterns (JERP) is an international scientific, high quality open access, peer viewed scholarly journal provides a comprehensive range of unique online-only journal submission services to academics, researchers, advanced doctoral students and other professionals in their field. This journal publishes original research papers, theory-based empirical papers, review papers, case studies, conference reports, book reviews, essay and relevant reports twice a year (June and December) in online versions. 

The journal editorial team are fully qualified and have wide range of knowledge on specific disciplines to offer adequate and lucrative feedbacks to its readers and writers. Researchers are also mentored by our team and have the opportunity to apply theory to practice as they are introduced to the study of recreation, education and interdisciplinary issues with psycho-social contents as well as planning, delivery and evaluation of recreation education services.

Announcements

 

DIGITAL SYSTEMS FOR A SMART APPROACH TO ART

 

Digital Art Project meeting was held in Athens, Greece. Alongside the project coordinator Italy, the meeting was attended by partners from the host Greece, Portugal, Turkey and Bulgaria. The training of the project is in Karditsa, Greece between the dates of 15-18 March 2022.

The project was created to satisfy the need of offering innovative cultural models to the community and overcome social difficulties (isolation, inadequacy, distress) that emerged through various surveys conducted on adults. It has been shown that the lack of mastery of digital tools also means being isolated from the rest of the community and from the needs of everyday life.

The objectives of the project are:

  • Become aware of the artistic and cultural heritage of one’s country
  • Become aware of the importance of ICT
  • Help adults in acquiring the basic life skills and competences necessary to overcome isolation and become an active and aware European citizen
  • Develop knowledge and understanding of the cultural diversity of European civilizations and their value
  • Encourage the learning of modern foreign languages
  • Know the common roots of the European community countries
  • Develop, promote and disseminate training courses for teachers with innovative content
 
Posted: 2022-03-16
 
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Vol 2, No 2 (2021): December


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