Very little course for the seminar's participants to get to know HOP and experience some of its features.
Lastupdate: 20 May 2019Course author and manager: Tomasz SzopaCourse provider: SALTO Eastern Europe and CaucasusCourse duration: up to 30 min.Course language: EnglishRequirements: noneTarget group: seminar participantsLearning's recognition: a badgeWhat will you learn:
how the HOP looks and feels like;
how HOP tries to offer interactive, diverse tools to deliver content;
how much HOP connects online and in-person learning;
Course for mentors and other learning facilitators of European volunteers, to develop competences and find inspirations.
Last update: 17 April 2019Course authors: Olga Poddubnaya, Andriy Donets and Sven RetoreCourse manager: Tomasz SzopaCourse provider: SALTO Eastern Europe and CaucasusCourse duration: Self-paced (ca. 50 hours)Course language: EnglishRequirements: noneTarget group: mentors and other people supporting learningLearning's recognition: BadgesWhat will you learn:
to understand a role of learning facilitator;
how to support learning process of European volunteers;
basic tools that can help to make learning an interesting and exciting adventure;
learning process design;
different learning theories of Humanistic School of Education;
YOCOMO 2 is an exciting journey of exploring attitudes and behaviours of you, a youth workers, and its first steps start online...
Introductory course to get to know Ukraine. Dedicated for young people participating in youth projects hosted in Ukraine as well as group leaders and project's coordinators, so they can learn more about their partners homeland.Last update: 29 March 2019Course manager: Tomasz SzopaCourse provider: SALTO Eastern Europe and CaucasusCourse duration: Self-paced (ca. 40 hours)Course language: EnglishRequirements: noneTarget group: young people and projects' coordinatorsLearning's recognition: BadgesWhat will you learn:a bit of culture, history, geography, language, cuisine, wildlife and tourist attractions of Ukraine.
EUtopia? Diversity in a Changing Europe is a creative, analytical and critical learning experiment which bringsnew life to old concepts.It 1) explores the complex and diverse realities of young people in a changing Europe and 2) prepares youth workers to better respond to those realities by applying values-based perspective of diversity and reshaping their youth work practices.In 2019, the learning process will last for eight months. It will be comprised of four elements:1st part: Home Lab for Introduction – online learning process consisting of 24 hours of individual work from March to May2nd part: Lab for Critical Analysis – challenging and exploring concepts in Latvia, from 6th to 12th of May 20193rd part: Piloting Lab for Creativity and Experimentation – activities implemented by participants in their local communities4th part: Designing Lab – creating new tools and approaches in Montenegro, from 8th to 13th of October 2019 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SHow5hE9pyI