Tea 4 Seniors

Teaching digital competences to low-skilled or low-qualified senior citizens through analogies

Asociación Intercultural Europea


In the current world, where basic actions in daily life need a minimum of digital command, TEA 4 SENIORS: “Teaching digital competences to low-skilled or low-qualified senior citizens through analogies” aims to foster the digital literacy and understanding of the digital world among low-skilled or low-qualified senior citizens and their educators through an effective methodology, so they can improve their capacity to communicate, share, interact, learn and access to up-to-date information in today’s digital world by using ICT devices and Internet.


  • To produce a European online learning platform with specific content and materials for the development of digital competence in low-skilled or low-qualified senior population;
  • To develop and implement an easy-to-understand learning methodology concerning digital competences, based on learning through analogies, to use online with minimum assistance and/or previous knowledge;
  • To improve the capacity of adult educators, who work with low-skilled or low-qualified seniors, to teach digital competences through analogies;
  • To increase the daily use of Internet among low-skilled or low-qualified seniors to promote their social inclusion;
  • To foster lifelong learning in adult education, especially among seniors.


Main target groups:

  • Adult educators working with low-skilled or low-qualified seniors
  • Low-skilled or low-qualified seniors

Project duration: from 01/10/2018 until 31/09/2020


  • Learning by Analogies and Gamification Digital Framework for low-skilled Seniors and Adult Educators
  • Methodology and Guidelines for Educators
  • TEA Open Badges System (OBS): a set of open badges will be developed by the partnership in order to be awarded among completion of the e-learning modules
  • TEA-Game e-learning platform for seniors
  • Handbook for Adult Educators
  • Dissemination of the contents through events of divulgation in partner countries
  • Training 24 adult educators to gain new skills in order to promote digital skills learning with low-skilled or low-qualified seniors




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