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13 Jun

Methods and Approaches for Nonformal Learning Environments


            A workshop on nonformal and informal learning will be organized by the Ministry of National Education, General Directorate of Lifelong Learning. The workshop will be held in Samsun on 13-14 June. The topics to be covered in the workshop are as follows:

- Nonformal and informal learning : Conceptual framework

- How to communicate with adults in non-formal learning environments

- Measurement and evaluation in nonformal learning environments – Current approaches

- Game as a tool in non-formal education environments

- Integrating informal learning into the non-formal learning environment

Event Details
As planned
Organiser type
NSS event
Target group
Adult learning networks & organisations
Theme addressed
Aims and objectives
To increase awareness and capacity of trainers working in non-formal environments
Expected (learning) outcomes
- The participants will have an insight related to nonformal and informal learning.
- The participants will increase their capability in terms of training in nonformal environments.
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