European research's line relating to lifelong learning, their relationship with intergenerational programs and their impact on community and also seniors has been evident on several international projects such as Project Eagle (2010) or ENIL (2012), as well as on federations like ILSE or investigations (MacCallumm et al., 2006; Kaplan, 2011).SACHI 2 includes a set of priorities of the Erasmus + program: a) Designing and implementing effective provision for enhancing the basic skills and key competences.b) Improving and extending the offer of high quality learning opportunities.c) Inclusive education, training and youth. Principal aim of "Sharing Childhood 2" (SACHI 2) is to increase the active participation of older people in the community, starting to be active agents in educative spaces, that's mean, become protagonists of the implementation of an innovative project in groups of children 10-12 years old.Several benefits for seniors are expected in this project: to acquire technological and linguistic skills, temawork habilities,.. ; but impact of benefits are also expected on other participants: teachers, families, students, community workers and research staff . These appear through the organization and the implementation of an international and intergenerational program . UIB's and GIFEs's long research career qualifiy them as a good coordinador role for the project. Participation of two more universities complemented research experience for SACHI 2 project. Educational institutions participants have previous experience in intergenerational relationships, and a high interest on continuous improvement.SACHI 2 will be dedicate firts year to organize the implementation: to prepare sessions, to select schools and seniors, to organize training seminars, ... The second year is dedicated to the implementation and realization of intellectual products (methodological guide, studies and analyzes that can be published and complex investigation that results in a line of work)SACHI 2 pretended to get a direct impact on participants, with the possibility of maintaining long-term benefits. The dissemination of the project will also expand the impact local, national an international levels.
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