MICROLEARNING TOOLS

Microlearning is considered by the FLIGHT project developers an ideal method to train female learners, especially with disadvantaged backgrounds in both face-to-face and online training environments.

Microlearning is an innovative way of teaching and delivering content to learners in bite-sized bursts at the point of need, with a focused and specific learning outcome. Educators working with target group representatives who recently arrived in the hosting country and whose local language proficiency is insufficient to understand complex digital and financial literacy concepts are welcome to rely on a set of videos carefully selected by the FLIGHT team mentors and trainers from public sources. All videos listed below were used in FLIGHT Help club training and/or self-learning sessions.   

Some of the videos are illustrative, some are presented with English subtitles or a transcription of subtitles, which can be translated into the transferring language with the help of CAT. All videos, without exception, are no longer than 10 minutes. We recommend choosing the microlearning tools reflecting the group’s level and providing the highest comprehensive input per session. These can also be used by self-learners who are in control of what and when they are learning and can complete their training at a time and place that suits their busy schedule.

VERSLI MAMA

IO2 assessment

IO3 simulation

IO3 simulation test

The benefits of the European Union

©European Parliament

Vilmos video

©Versli mama

Budgeting with Excel

©ExcelWithMark

Identity Theft

©Cybernews

Online shopping safety

©ZERO infollution

Mobile payments

© BancardSales

Cryptocurrencies

©Simplylearn.com

Personal Credit History

©Marketing Business Network

Taxes

©European Commission

Cybersecurity

©Simplylearn.com

Shrinkflation

©CBC News

Self-employment in Lithuania (demo version)

©Versli mama

FINRA financial literacy quiz (PL)

©WSEI

FINRA financial literacy quiz (EN)

©WSEI

Liability for Links

FLIGHT project online resources defined as Microlearning Tools contain links to external third-party websites that are not under our control. For this reason, we cannot assume any guarantees for this third-party content. The particular party offering or operating third-party sites shall be solely responsible for the content of the pages linked to our project’s online resources. The linked pages were reviewed for any possible legal violations or infringement of rights at the time they were linked. Illegal content could not be discerned at the time these pages were linked. However, it is not reasonable for us to monitor the linked pages continuously without having received any specific indication of a legal violation or an infringement of rights by said content. Upon receiving knowledge of such legal violations or infringement of rights, we will remove these links as soon as possible. We shall not be liable for any direct or indirect damages, including loss of profit, arising from the use of the information or data on websites that are referred to in our online resources or that are hyperlinked to our online resources.