moodle taskpro

On the basis of state of art review on AL methodologies and information gathered from the partners during the transnational meetings, the learning path for the facilitator has been drafted. The format, still under validation, contains about 40 hours of training that can be organised in different ways according to specific training needs.

Module 1: Facilitators: why and what for
(functions and roles of the facilitator, action learning methodology, how to analise learning processes)

Module 2: Communication and co-operation
(tasks and competence needs in context analysis, defining and planning processes, ways to tackle problems and situations)

Module 3: Moderating, visualising and problem solving
(the moderator’s role, learning how to moderate: techniques)

Module 4: Project and quality management
(project work: leadership without hierarchy, how to plan, start, run and finish a project, quality continuous improvement/learning)

Module 5: Other creative techniques
(brain writing, world cafe, open space, case studies, etc, how to reflect on successful learning)

Along with its didactical structure, the learning path of the facilitator comprises 18 Messages as well as 38 tools and methods– briefings on subjects presented in the light of the action learning approach.

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