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Learning to Learn
Date du début: 1 févr. 2016, Date de fin: 31 janv. 2017 PROJET  TERMINÉ 

The aim of learning to learn: to enable the person to know himself and his skills, learn his perception features, know the learning principles, know why, from where, how they will get the information, to use his emotions and senses in learning. Learning style depends on the person. Everyone’s learning style, way, speed and capacity is different. If learning possibilities are provided we can see that there is nothing a person can’t learn. ‘Learning to learn’ is the first and the most important step leading the both the individual and the society to success. Either making all the choices of our lives right or wrong, ways of taking steps and our perceptions are directly proportional to learning to learn. The meaning of our lives depends on this. This is the real difference between living the life efficiently and living as if living. With this project, we don’t want to teach the young the learned helplessness we want to show them every problem has a remedy. The objectives of our project:The overall objective of the project is to increase the consciousness level of the youth workers about the learning styles and to help the young to learn to learn to increase the capacity of them. Our objectives are as follows.- to help the youth to become more aware of fears, how to overcome them and how to become more committed to their goals and to learning process, how to learn from the mistakes,- to share the non-formal learning methods to enable them to question how and why they do which activity,- to disseminate good practices on learning to learn,- to make the participants aware of individual learning differences. The number of the participants and the profile of participant.The participants are youth from 18 till 30 and group leaders, facilitators: 18+. Participants will represent following countries: Latvia, Estonia, Bulgaria, Macedonia, Turkey. In total there will be 50 participants – 10 participants from each country. Each country will select: 1 group leader who has already experience in learning methods and is socially active, 4 participants with good or almost good learning skills and 5 participants which face problems with learning in school or at the university or who have left school or university without finishing it. In this way we will be able to build a supporting environment for the participants facing difficulties with learning.The description of the methodology and activities to be used:The activities: Meeting and introduction games, Adaptation and Group Dynamism games, project Sharing Hour, Wish Baloon and Fear Well, ‘What is in my bag?’ activity, cultural Night, My travel of learning’ activity, Individual SWOT analysis and desirable competence circle, ‘Im discovering my Potential, My learning Plan’, NGO fair, Poster preparation, Learning styles, Group discussions and Fishbowl, Right/Left Brain Training, Memory games, Learning based on Case study, Simulation Games, ‘It is your turn’ activity, Creative Group Work, Erasmus + and Youthpass Presentation, ‘My action Plan’ activity and evaluation activities.The methods to be used in these activities:Orientation activities, energizers, games, group works, brainstorming, warm-ups, interactive presentations, observation on-site, individual work, discussion, role-play, survey methods and individual and group coaching sessions will be used.Short explanation of foreseen results and impacts and long term possible benefits:The participants who will discover different non-formal learning methods will question how and why they do which activity, they will develop skills to use the right method for them selves and will encourage others to learn. With different activities, they will understand the importance of the importance of learning to learn, will discover different learning methods, will disseminate the good practices other organizations do in this field. The participants who will raise awareness on non-formal learning methods, will develop new tools and will use all these experiences in other youth projects.The meeting games and cultural night will help the participants to raise the tolerance among each other and their culture, the prejudice will be removed, their willingness to make friendships will improve, thanks to the tolerance they will develop towards different cultures and beliefs, they will wish to establish inter cultural dialogue. This will feel that they are only one society in peace with each other. As a result of this adaptation the idea of long cooperation among the organizations will improve.



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