Teachers and adult education trainers need to develop their personal and social skills in order to understand the very different realities of their learners that come from voulnerable backgrounds or are in risk of exclusion. The participants will aquire new learning-by-doing and theater techniques and tools to break the barriers and sterotypes and generate a humanistic learning environment.
In this course teachers will acquire new learning-by-doing and art-based teaching tools and develop their personal and social skills in order to understand and adapt to the realities of their disadvantaged learners such as migrants, refugees, asylum seekers and learners from low socio-economic backgrounds.
This course aims at enabling teachers and community leaders to gain a gender perspective, detect and be aware of the inequalities that exist between men and women in different societies in order to promote inclusive education. The participants will learn how gender norms are formed and perpetuated and how they impact people and create unequal opportunities that can lead to gender-based violence. In addition, this course seeks and explains alternative strategies such as gender mainstreaming and the history and evolution of the feminist movement.
This training course is also aimed to be inclusive, so it will adapt to welcome those educators and community leaders who cannot follow the rhythm of ordinary classes and need an extra support, due to some physical, sensory or cognitive impairment.
3. Active learning methodologies to promote social inclusion
Customized courses can be designed for groups of at least 6-8 participants.
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