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  • If we don’t put the information that we have collected in the right perspective, we could lose the real dimension of the project, issue or problem. The context is the basis for reading the findings and allow the development of an opinion, ideas or future strategies. The context is one of the fundamental items that are allowing a researcher to…

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  • Focusing on data

    Introduction: The goal for all data collection is to capture quality evidence that allows analysis to lead to the formulation of convincing and credible answers to the questions that have been posted. The trainer should be able to see the data as a basis of his/her work where he/she can find the reason for an activity, define the objectives and…

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  • Finding a new balance

    Introduction: During training, it is very important to keep attention to the group flow, dynamics and feelings in a way to be able to adapt the contents and sometimes also the values prepared in advance. It is one of the principles of non-formal learning, keep the learners at the center of the process. Sometimes could be difficult to plan and…

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  • Not only challenges but also opportunities in ICT

    Introduction: ICT and e-learning tools and techniques are not always very familiar or they can bring challenges for being integrated into a whole educational flow. The trainer should be able to identify those challenges, name them and preview a possibility or better a strategy to overcome them. Challenges sometimes are a good reason for not take into account the possibility…

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  • E-learning challenges and strategies

    Introduction: Few things are more frustrating than spending a lot of time and resources coming up with fantastic eLearning courses and modules only to find that people simply are utilizing them. How do you break through the resistance and motivate people to engage in the eLearning you know will help them reach higher levels of performance? Content: Here are some…

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  • The truth doesn't exist

    Introduction: The definition of ambiguity tolerance has changed since its inception, and accompanying that change are changes in measurement and the research questions that interest researchers. Ambiguity is becoming more and more a core concept in the complexity of the nowaday society and in the multi-level and multicultural dimension in which we are living and working. Society is full of…

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  • Preparing a training course, seminar or any learning experience should be based on the learners’ needs and their interpretation. It is important for a trainer to identify the main ways and methods to identify learners’ needs and to be aware of the importance of doing this process to base the learning intervention on solid foundations. We can distinguish between “perceived”…

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  • Finding the magic of non-formal learning

    introduction: The trainer should be able to apply and not only to know the principles of non-formal learning and, in a way, transforming them into their sessions and passing them to the participants. The principles of non-formal learning should be the basis of the understanding and practices of training proposals and having a clear aim of having an impact on…

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