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EXULI MOOC

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EXULI MOOC (Massive Open Online Course) is a tool targeting professionals working with young migrants, a space for reflection and knowledge development in relation to the topic of trauma through empowerment and communicative expression.

Aims of the tool

The MOOC has the aim to provide a synergic tool which would be suitable for the new challenges on inclusion and integration which Europe is called to face nowadays. It collects and systematizes the knowledge and professional experience of non-formal education and lacanian psychoanalysis in the field of work with young migrants, thus enhancing their competences and foster the synergic exchange between actors (professionals and volunteers) coming from different fields of intervention.

Description of the tool

The EXULI MOOC is based on the content of the EXULI Compendium, a document which outlines an approach based on the combination of non formal education and Lacanian psychoanalytical principles. This synergic approach aims to support professionals to deeper understand the meaning of the concept of trauma and see how one, by creating the conditions for young migrants to acquire and enrich their expressive resources, can thus empower them to find new ways to name, acknowledge and express their own trauma.

The MOOC is organised into 8 learning modules:

1. MIGRATION AND TRAUMA, CONTEXT AND BACKGROUND

2. THEORETICAL FRAMEWORK

3. ESPISTEMOLOGICAL FRAMEWORK

4. EMPOWERMENT FOR NEWLY ARRIVED COMMUNITIES AND SECOND GENERATION YOUTH

5. THE ATELIERS - EXPRESSIVE LABORATORY PATHWAYS FOR NEWLY ARRIVED COMMUNITIES AND SECOND GENERATION YOUTH

6. FACILITATION OF THE ATELIERS

7. THE ELABORATION GROUP

8. EXULI ATELIERS (SAYING WITH IMAGES, SAYING WITH SOUNDS, SAYING WITH WORDS, SAYING BY PLAYING)

Each module features an introduction video, excerpts of the Compendium as learning materials and ends with questions for reflection.

The MOOC is completely free and can be accessed at any time on the online platform: www.exuli.eu. The course contents are in English.

The participants of the MOOC have the opportunity to publicly share their learning contributions which will feed a Community of Practice space, made of all the EXULI practictioners who wish to deepen their reflection and further develop the concepts and the content of the course.

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Tool overview

EXULI MOOC

http://toolbox.salto-youth.net/2696

This tool is for

The MOOC is addressing: educators, teachers, youth workers, social workers, cultural mediators, interpreters, psychologists, psychoanalysts and all other multipliers and professionals active in the field of work with young migrants.

and addresses

Social Inclusion, Intercultural Learning, Personal Development

Behind the tool

The tool was created by

EXULI international consortium: REPLAY NETWORK (Italy), COLLEGIO DI CLINICA PSICOANALITICA ONLUS (Italy), PISTES SOLIDAIRES (France), ACTIVE CITIZENS PARTNERSHIP (Greece), FORUM OPCIO ESCOLA CAMPO LACANIANO (Spain)

in the context of

The Exuli MOOC is the result of the 2 years project ERASMUS+ KA2 Youth Strategic Partnerships, realized by a consortium of non formal education organisations and Lacanian psychoanalytical forums.

The tool was published to the Toolbox by

Mafalda Morganti (on 20 December 2019)

and last modified

20 December 2019

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