What is it? The term personal learning environment (PLE) describes the tools, communities, and services that constitute the individual educational platforms learners use to direct their own learning and pursue educational goalA PLE is frequently contrasted with a learning management system in that an LMS tends to be coursecentric, whereas a PLE is learner-centric. At the same time, a PLE may or may not intersect with an institutional LMS and individuals might integrate components of an LMS into the educational environments that they construct for themselves. A typical PLE, for example, might incorporate blogs where students comment on what they are learning, and their posts may reflect information drawn from across the web—on sites like YouTube or in RSS feeds from news agencies. While most discussions of PLEs focus on online environments, the term encompasses the entire set of resources that a learner uses to answer questions, provide context, and illustrate processes. As used here, the term refers not to a specific service or application but rather to an idea of how individuals approach the task of learning.

Cultural Programme

A cultural Programme is organised for every course individually, the programme is organised  by the VET provider

Here is something more about the city Huelva

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Huelva is one of the less famous of the Andalusian capitals but that is unfair. This small city in the South-West of Spain is located just at 90 km from Seville – the capital of flamenco, and at 100 km from Faro, Portugal. This city is famous for its fresh fish and seafood as well as for its delicious strawberries and the most beautiful coast of Spain. Here you can feel the real atmosphere of the legendary Andalusia and enjoy the sun that shines more than 280 days per year. Buses will take you to the most interesting places in the region – mountains, lakes, caves, traditional Spanish villages or natural parks.

You can see the full programme here


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