Graphic facilitation for better communication
Start date: May 4, 2015,
End date: Oct 3, 2015
he project "Graphic facilitation for better communication" is implemented by Devision Association with the support of five partners: L'Isola che non c'è (It), Orenda Foundation (Bg) Ticket 2 Europe (Spain), Impact Videos (United Kingdom), Lithuanian children and youth center (LCYC). After studying a series of researches, analysis, online discussions, brain storming we were able to identify the following problem: "Youth workers do not know enough visual methods to attract and retain the attention of youth work during training and presentation sessions." This project responds to the need expressed, focusing on communication and graphic facilitation and aimed mainly at "Increasing the capacity of youth workers to engage youth work sessions through a better communication with them and learning to use graphic facilitation "
We formulated the following objectives:
1.At the end of the 4 project the 24 participants will gain knowledge about the types and formats of communication, learning styles, formal, non-formal and informal.
2.At the end of the project, the 24 participants will understand the importance of facilitating graphics, improve graphic facilitation skills and be more open to the use of visual methods during work sessions
3. In the project, the 24 participants will develop attitudes of acceptance of disadvantaged groups, they will develop their ability to work in new groups of young people, they will learn to work in teams and to adapt to new working situations.
4. By the end of the project the 24 participants will make a video about the importance of facilitating the basic concepts of graphs and charts to facilitate communication and will manage a blog to promote these materials to a minimum of 50 teachers and 300 young people from communities. We want in this project to have a major impact not only on youth workers will learn how to use visual methods to attract the attention of volunteers, and to actively involve schools from Mangalia in the project. On the one hand we are trying to teach youth workers creative use of visual methods and secondly to provide these methods to teachers from Mangalia, which often fail to capture the attention of students and use outdated teaching methods too.
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