• Checklist to choose a method

    Why did I choose this tool? Before applying the methods, I think about all those aspects and even more (the checklist can be filled with more categories and questions). How does this apply to being a trainer? The checklist aims to prepare you as a trainer to understand the whole picture of your learning process and when bearing in mind,…

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  • Quotations of participants of training courses: “Cool method – let’s do it”, “It has worked the last time – let’s do it again”, “Shall we try some new simulation?” This is exactly what you should not do. Different methods help a youth worker do specific pedagogic interventions. Methods are tools. One needs to be able to use it and know…

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  • The most popular approach to the learning in youth trainings is the non-formal education and the appliance of its principles. It helps to design the training modules and to adapt, create a separate method for each training session. Why did I choose this tool? Non–formal education and its principles are more than methodology but I do believe in them and…

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  • Toolbox of methods

    Toolbox of methods

    Why did I choose this tool? While working with groups I am thinking about the generic aim of the session and how to divide the program into those sessions. For example, I will have in my first day of training program, getting-to-know-each-other session, group building session or thematic session. According to the generic aim of the session and other conditions,…

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  • Try it on

    Try it on

    Why did I choose this tool? Skill to apply the method comes through experience, in this e-learning tool we encourage you to try out one of the method and broaden your awareness about each of the tool. How does this apply to being a trainer? It helps you to have your “box of methods” which encourages creativity, problem solving and…

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