Interactive groups are a form of classroom organization; they are small groups where participants work together, with dialogic interactions and following the principles of dialogic learning. Through interactive groups, the participants multiply the diversity of interactions, while increasing effective working time. In other words, interactive groups are capable of generating, in the same dynamic, accelerated learning for all participants.
“The intergenerational approach during the training was very helpful and successful, because made us feel as one. We became one family. The training was very useful to me and at the same time it was a great fun. We were discussing with the trainer and with the other participants any unclear matter.”
Participant of the digiUP Pilot Course in Bulgaria