• Introduction: A ‘one-size-fits-all’ approach cannot be used for learners in general and especially for those who are at risk of leaving education early, or for those who have already done (so) that or they are living in disadvantaged conditions. They need individualized educational responses. This refers to the content of the learning and the way it is delivered, as well…

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  • Looking into the wider needs in a learning experience: Training Needs Assessment (TNA) model.

    Introduction: The training development should always be based on learners’ needs and how to fulfill them in a significant giveaway. Based on learners’ needs, we develop the learning objectives of the training and the methods/activities that are functional to their achievements. When we discuss learners’ needs and methodology for assessing them, we open a wide theoretical and practical chapter that…

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  • The treasure of non-formal learning

    Introduction: As trainers in the field of non-formal education, sometimes we are more aware of methodologies rather than the inner essence of the concept and values that are the basis of this approach as an educational practice. It is very important to distinguish that when you plan the training activities, to understand why some methodologies have been created, but also…

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