Tagged: Non-formal Learning

Youth Projects 101 [Val Vesa via unsplash]

International Youth Projects 101: Organising Youth Exchanges

Organising international youth projects is not a mission impossible. Bringing together your idea, some basic knowledge about project management and the regulations of a funding programme enables youth leaders, youth and social workers, teachers as well as young people to prepare for international youth exchanges, youth initiatives or seminar and training events. Read more

The undiscovered Country [Paul Gilmore via unsplash.com]

The undiscovered country. Learning through experience during Volunteering Activities Abroad

European Programmes provide various non-formal learning experience: youth exchanges, youth initiatives and volunteering activities. These activities are based on learning through experience, which gives young people an opportunity to develop competences and one’s own personality. A perfect preparation for an unknown future. Read more

Miedzy Innymi - Among Others [Ela Kielak Krakow 2016]

“Między Innymi – Among Others” | Bringing Intercultural and Non-Formal Education to Higher Education Institutions

“Między Innymi” (engl. “Among Others”) aims at developing intercultural awareness and competence of future teachers, educators, youth and social workers and bringing Intercultural and Non-Formal Education to Higher Education Institutions. The initiative started 2010 in Poland and is a joint initiative between the Foundation for the Development of the Education System (FRSE) and the German-Polish Youth Office (PNWM). Read more

Games and Activities [Autumn Goodman - unsplash]

Bring Your Group Work to Life. Games and Exercises for Children and Youth

Games and activities for children and youth are bringing your group work to life. They help breaking the ice, bringing people together and building a group, stimulate and increase curiosity and learning, strengthen interaction and communication, and many more things. Games and exercises reinforce learning through experiencing. Read more