Soft Skills Training App: an interactive platform to activate and develop soft skills on an individual basis and in a playful manner

Nowadays, guys spend their time on their smartphones on a daily basis, so the possibility to develop a digital app provides with a fundamental tool in order to enhance students’ engagement and to further activate mechanisms that can develop their soft skills and their key competences.  The idea to create an the Soft Skills Training […]

The Soft Skills Tree – Game Manual: the second output of the project is online!

The second output of the project is online! It’s the Soft Skills Tree – Game Manual, the instruction manual containing the rules of a new educational game. Here you can download the Manual ​​and the game material in in various languages! The new game provide with a platform to engage students in a non-formal learning […]

Gamification as a pedagogical approach: Download now the Soft Skills Training Notebook!

Why is non-formal education important?  Everyday life and professional activity in the 21st century often require us flexibility, creativity and the ability to make quick and rational decisions. There are no textbooks that would provide us with solutions covering all possible challenges and life scenarios. There are less facts for the students to memorize as […]

P4SS partners met in Riga for the Fourth Transnational meeting: what happened?

Sveika Rīga! For the Fourth Transnational Meeting the partner consortium of 7 partners met up this April in Riga, the capital of Latvia and the biggest city of the Baltic states. For most of them it was the first time visiting it and everybody was very excited to travel up north. Only the Polish partner […]

A week of Learning and Training Transnational Activities: what’s happened in Malaga?

The week of learning and training transnational activities (known as LTTA) of the Playing 4 Soft SKills project took place since 14 to 18 March: a week of experimentation on soft skills and gamification, with a series of activities curated by Il Salone dei Rifiutati and Axonforce. The Escuela de Arte San Telmo Málaga was […]

Who are the P4SS project partners? We present “Il Salone dei Rifiutati”

The Playing 4 Soft Skills project is built on the expertise of partner organisations working in the field of non-formal education, creative learning, digital technology and innovative thinking in order to involve students both as participants and feedback providers and teachers in the role of facilitators. There are various partners who work and collaborate on […]

Who are the P4SS project partners? We present SAN TELMO SCHOOL OF ART

The Playing 4 Soft Skills project is built on the expertise of partner organisations working in the field of non-formal education, creative learning, digital technology and innovative thinking in order to involve students both as participants and feedback providers and teachers in the role of facilitators. There are various partners who work and collaborate on […]

Soft Skills Tree: A game to help soft skills grow

Educational Objective: to activate Soft Skills by facing all the challenges you encounter on the path “Soft Skills Tree” is a board game for youngsters allowing them to activate and train 5 soft skills: teamwork, dealing with stress, motivation, desire to learn and critical thinking. Based on the results of specific questionnaires that can be […]

Who are the P4SS project partners? We present AXONFORCE

The Playing 4 Soft Skills project is built on the expertise of partner organisations working in the field of non-formal education, creative learning, digital technology and innovative thinking in order to involve students both as participants and feedback providers and teachers in the role of facilitators. There are various partners who work and collaborate on […]

Who are the P4SS project partners? We present RTRIT

The Playing 4 Soft Skills project is built on the expertise of partner organisations working in the field of non-formal education, creative learning, digital technology and innovative thinking in order to involve students both as participants and feedback providers and teachers in the role of facilitators. There are various partners who work and collaborate on […]