COURSE FOR EDUCATORS
Experience the active learning approach of our Blended Course for adult educators! You will be equipped with innovative educational, teaching and training strategies, methodologies and materials to use when working with older adults. In particular, you will learn how to develop teaching materials related to culture and heritage and adapt them to the needs of older learners. Moreover, you will find some practical sessions ready to use!
In order to engage your learners in their own learning process and enhance their experimenting with cultural heritage and digital tools, we’ll show you how any user can easily create their own STORY MAP following some simple steps. We encourage you to try it yourself to be able to embed it in your educational programmes. After each module, you’ll be able to practise what you’ve learnt by integrating your own materials in your story. Click here to be guided through the whole process.
What will you learn?
By takingf this course, you will reinforce your professional competences to develop EFL learning materials for communities of older learners, bearers of intangibale cultural heritage; enhance your understanding aspects of Inclusive Learning and Collaborative Learning, get support in engaging their learners in a close analysis and interpretation of subconscious collective cultural representations or contexts that produce them or make communities attribute them social or aesthetic value value; and improve your instructional design skills and experiment with effective techniques and strategies to develop teaching materials for and with older foreign language learners!
Why studying at an older age, Language learning and cultural heritage…
Development of Inclusive Learning Culture
Methods of Cultural Interpretation
Digital Tools and Techniques applied to cultural interpretation
Strategies for Development of Teaching Materials for FL
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