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E-Learning Course

An online course focusing on special issues of the cultural peer-learning approach

Module 1 - Introduction into digital concepts and online approaches for cultural peer-learning activities

Combining cultural techniques with peer learning within creative workshops, involving young people from the Global South and the Global North for the purpose of inclusion and integration, started a number of years before the formation of the so called CULPEER approach. CULPEER as an idea and methodology is rooted in the Kinder Kultur Karawane (Chil ...

Module 2 - The role of pedagogues and other trainers

The multipliers play a much larger role in bringing attention to new methods. Pedagogues, social workers and teachers play an important role by implementing the methods through creating online activities. In these formats, they still adjust the peer-to-peer principle, but their role as cultural mediators, moderators, translators is more complex.

Module 3 - Introduction into digital concepts and online approaches for cultural peer-learning activities

Know-how on digital and creative methods of exchange and the importance of social media: This module gives an introduction to the spectrum of possible creative digital concepts and online formats in education as well as how social media platforms used by influencers can play an important role for promoting activism for Sustainable Education.

Module 4 - The importance of digital creative learning for a person with social barriers

Digital creative learning can play an important role on the road to ensuring social inclusion. In itself, social inclusion helps to improve participation for all in society through enhancing equal access to resources and services. Inclusion requires the distribution of opportunities and resources in a way that minimises disadvantages and marginaliz ...

Module 5 - Gaining knowledge and understanding of Global Learning

The world is diverse. Even in the way we perceive it. You could even say that there are as many perceptions of the world as there are people on this planet. How we imagine the world and how we interpret these ideas is not only determined by our upbringing and education system, but also by the social norms and values of the part of the world we were ...

Module 6 - Transfer of knowledge into Creative Action – Examples of Exchange

Based on our previous experiences in using cultural peer-learning approaches for exchanges between youth from the Global North and the Global South and on the lessons learned during the Covid-19 health crisis, our team created a number of digital methods, which convert cultural, physical and synchronous interactions into digital versions.

Module 7 - Online pedagogues training: How to train the audience

Educators have the complicated task of providing trainees with knowledge, that is useful, interesting and is retained. Most, if not all, educators work in diverse classrooms - trainees have different backgrounds, different levels of interest in a particular subject, in some cases disabilities, different retention rates and abilities as well as, acc ...