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“Experiential Learning – A Way For Change”

Training Course

8-16 February 2014 | Busteni, Romania

The aim of this Workshop is to contribute to the reducing process of the level of illiteracy among Europeans by enabling the literacy workers with additional and complementary methods and competencies
The project is based on an intensive experiential learning process to reach the following objectives: - increase the participants knowledge about literacy field, education for literacy and realities in the field - develop skills in non-formal education and experiential learning methodology and specific methods which could be use in literacy field; - exchange best practices in the education for literacy field– methods, resources, personal stories/results, videos, etc. - develop sensitive attitudes and approaches in working in literacy field with various topics and subjects; - increase the impact and efficiency in the participants work as active workers in literacy field; - develop proactive attitudes in relation with European citizenship and literacy level in their community of origin or region; - increase their level of European awareness and intercultural learning; The literacy workers (teachers, trainers, facilitators, educators, coordinators, etc) who will be participating to this workshop will increase the set of methods that they could use while conducting literacy sessions, activities, projects with or for various adults (or young people), which will lead to increase the long-term learning and efficiency in terms of reducing illiteracy. The project design, concept and methodology, is based on experiential learning, non-formal methods, activities, process and debriefing – connecting all the learning process with the real life of the participants and how they can use it back home. The workshop, the evaluation, the debriefing after the activities are based on the participants learning style, adapted to their needs and to their level and type of learning (exercises, games, debates, simulations, discussion, role plays, etc)

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Training overview


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This Training Course is

for 12 participants

from Erasmus+: Youth in Action Programme countries

and recommended for

Trainers, Youth workers in literacy field

Working language(s):



A.R.T. Fusion Association (Youth NGO)

The A.R.T. Fusion mission is to contribute to the process of personal development and competence improvement of children, teenagers and young people by using methods of participative arts.

Contact for questions:

Ana-Maria Ilie


Phone: +4 0743 989 161


All costs for hosting, food, local and international transport and visa costs are covered 100% .
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