Adaptive learning
and micro learning methodologies

Adaptive learning
and micro learning methodologies

The “beeB – Foster for beekeeping bridges through innovative and participative training” project count on with the contribution of six European countries (Portugal, Spain, Italy, Croatia, Norway and Estonia) to develop tools that will allow family beekeepers, or any other non-professional beekeepers, to acquire skills in this area by using innovative and adaptive forms of training that are based on ecological and good beekeeping practices.

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The beeB Hub is a virtual environment of collaborative b-learning through which trainees can select the contents and create their personal learning itineraries (adaptative learning) and share experiences and knowledge – crowdlearning.

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Are you interested to share experiences and knowledge in beekeeping?

Do you want to share a good beekeeping practice?

With this initiative we invite all beekeeping enthusiasts to share their experiences with us.

Send us your best photo or video to the email: or mention us on Facebook including @beeBProject or #beebproject.


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The Xurés honey, protagonist of the showcooking organised by EOSA

Estrategia y Organización S.A. (EOSA) as part of the partnership of the beeB project, organised a multiplier event in Galicia from 30 to 31 August 2022.

Galicia hosts the first beekeeping training event of the beeB project from April 19-21

Estrategia y Organización S.A. (EOSA) as part of the partnership of the beeB project, is organising in collaboration with Agrupación Apícola de Galicia and Miel de Galicia this training event from 19 to 21 April 2022.

Register now for our Multiplier Event: Bees and pollinators, better practices, better environment, better health

Estonian University of Life Science, organises a Multiplier event named ‘bees and pollinators-better practices, better environment,better health’ on 18 of March at 9.30-15.20 CET.
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3 weeks ago

BeeB Project

🐝 At beeB we want to help both current and future beekeepers achieve a set of competencies in the field of beekeeping.

🇪🇺 In Europe, this activity is mainly carried out by beekeepers with a low level of professionalism, who have little knowledge in the field and often acquire through experience.

🌺 Given the importance of this activity in rural development and for the preservation of biodiversity, it is important to promote it.


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4 weeks ago

BeeB Project

💡 How much do you know about bees? Today we bring you some fun facts about these pollinators

1️⃣ One in three mouthfuls of our food depend on pollinators like bees.

2️⃣ Bees can be found in many places, some surprising ones such as marshes, sand dunes or wetlands.

3️⃣ Bees love traditional cottage garden flowers and native wildflowers such as primrose, buddleia and marigolds.

Learn more about bees at the following link ⬇️

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