Organizational model


Nopros innovative character lies in its organisational model, which is based on using Non Profit Sector knowledge base, working methodologies, contents and tools as a learning environment and a learning device. As suggested by Paul Drucker, NonProfit provides “an excellent outlet for a variety of society’s labor & skills”. Non Profit Sector is a key factor for implementing the Lisbon strategy and achieving its primary objectives, among the others vocation to social responsibility and to promote European cooperation, integration and identity. Within this premises, Nopros has conceived to promote the acquisition of Key/Transversal Competences through the didactic methodology of Learning Circles (used in the non profit sector internal training programmes) and through a series of learning path and learning contents focused on non profit sector issues such as: intercultural communication, theatre as a transversal teaching and learning method, new technologies as tools for international cooperation, sustainable development. In each partner country different non profit intervention areas are identified as vehicular content to teach and learn the whole range of Key/Transversal Competences:

  • Culture-Drama and Theatre to promote cultural awareness and expression
  • Cultural Heritage and Sustainable development to promote communication in mother tongue and in foreign languages
  • Creative ICT based communication and communication for cooperation to promote digital competences
  • Valorisation of social economy and social capital to promote responsibility, sense of initiative and entrepreneurship
  • Intercultural mathematical games and projects planning to promote mathematical competences and basic scientific knowledge