Non-formal education at school. In & Outdoor methods and tools to empower students key competences, participation and learning
- Presentation of the course and participants
- Brainstorming and team building
- Key competences and skills for the 21st Century: an interactive introduction
- Cooperative learning, blended learning and flipped classroom in Europe: features, values and best practices
- Multimedia, ICT and web tools for non-formal learning: overview and practical workshop for the creation of video-lessons, digital learning contents, blended lessons and more
- Practical workshops of outdoor and indoor non-formal methods and tools covering different topics and fostering several competences: energizers and team-building, theatre, storytelling and video-making, role-playing, simulation and team games, environmental education tools, interactive workshops, etc
- Non-formal education methods and Erasmus: overview and best practices
- Visit to a significant local school and talk with its relevant staff (upon availability)
- Cultural visit of the city centre, together with a professional tour leader
- Planning the follow up: future projects together
- Course evaluation
- Releasing of official course certifications.
- an adult education school/institute/centre;
- a school/institute/educational centre;
- a non-profit organisation, association, NGO;
- a public body at local, regional or national level;
- a public or private, small, medium or large enterprise (including social enterprises);
- a social partner or other representative of working life, including chambers of commerce, craft/professional associations and trade unions;
- a cultural organisation, library, museum;
- a higher education institution (including those providing educational opportunities for adults);
- an establishment for adult learners with special needs;
- a research institute;
- a foundation;
- a body providing career guidance, professional counselling and information services.
- Teachers & school staff: pre-school level; Teachers & school staff: primary level; Teachers & school staff: secondary level
- face-to-face lessons
- team-building and team-working
- best practice case-studies
- multimedia and web resources
- project based working
- practical laboratory
- brainstorming and focus-group
- self and group assessment and evaluation.
- from 2020-06-19 to 2020-06-23
Understanding non-formal education principles, within the context of cooperative learning, blended learning and flipped classroom
Acquiring effective and best practice methods and tools
Checking how to transfer non-formal education to formal contexts in order to foster key competences, participation and learning of students
Familiarise with principles, powerful techniques, tips and tools on how to plan and implement an innovative educational curriculum
After the confirmation and before starting, we check the previous knowledge and experience of participants, as well as their specific needs related to the topics of training course. In addition, provide some documents and learning contents of our “Library of Methods & Tools” in order to start getting involved in topics and subjects that will be taught.
All participants are expected to maintain access and communication with the rest of their colleagues as well as with the trainer and participate in useful discussions either through the virtual classroom platform or via e-mail. Trainers and company will also be available for any further questions for a period of 5 months after the end of the course, either through e-mail, virtual classroom platform, individual Skype calls, telephone or WhatsApp. By means of all these tools, we aim to get an effective follow-up, to stimulate peer networking, to keep in touch and to share opinions, experiences and practices for unlimited time.
These training courses are addressed to any staff working with any task (educational, managerial, administrative, etc) in any public or private organisation active in the field of education, training and youth. For example, such organisations can be:
Based on formal, informal and non-formal education, methodology will try to stimulate active participation, pro-activity, responsibility and sharing of all participants involved.
It has a horizontal and practical approach and will make use of the following tools: