This is a reference for Kinga Karp


The training activity took place
in Leganes, Spain
organised by FERSO - Fundacja Edukacji i Rozwoju Społeczeństwa Obywatelskiego
6-10 February 2017

Aims & objectives

General aim was to introduce innovative non-formal education methods of working with youths to the teachers and educators working with youths in a formal education system.

The organistor (FERSO foundation) specialises in the non-formal education methods and within this project it was willing to share with European youth workers and teachers.

The objectives of the training were:
1. To share good practices of non-formal education methods among participants.
2. To promote equality and respect for human rights by using presented methods in daily work with youths.
3. To plan / write the agenda of participants’ own sessions based on the methods learned.

Target group & international/intercultural composition of the group & team

24 teachers, youth workers and pedagogues from Romania, Spain, Italy and Poland.

Training methods used & main activities

As it was a training on the non-formal education methodology, I was using only those in order for the teachers and educators to experience them before applying in the classrooms.

I focused on the anti-discrimination methodology, reflection tools, drama and forum theater and also human library method (teacher were inventing how to apply it in their classes).

Outcomes of the activity

The outcomes made by teachers and educators were their own programs on implementing what they have learned into their daily school work.

Within the project we also created a "Non-formal education brochure for teachers", available here in PDF:

Your tasks and responsibilities within the team

I was responsible for developing the program and conducting the training sessions in English (translated to French).
I also made educational materials on non-formal education. Those materials were later used as a base for creating the project result - brochure.

I worked on this training for 5 days as a full time trainer.

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