Smooth Educational Spaces. Passing through enclosures and reversing inequalities through educational commons
The courses, are offering training material about the following core concepts and methodologies: the commons, educational commons and conflict resolution, P2P governance and peer learning, a pedagogy of listening, pedagogical documentation, and project-work.
The specific objective and function is to present, organise and operationalise training material and activities that will allow partners and third parties to engage in training on how to:
a) create smooth peer learning and governance spaces, such as a children’s assembly.
b) together with children and youth develop a collective research theme – e.g. children’s or youth’s sense of social and physical space.
c) exert the tools of a pedagogy of listening, pedagogical documentation and project-work.
d) develop pedagogical, personal and social skills, such as active listening and conflict resolution.
This seminar introduces participants to the
development of the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child (UNCRC), including
the difficulties and challenges faced by children in the realization of their
condition as active subjects of rights and the possibilities to build more
democratic and equity contexts to face inequalities...
seminar consists of short introductions to the three core concepts and
methodologies a pedagogy of listening, pedagogical documentation, and
project-work. The seminar is divided into three parts and each part ends with
Exercise I Listening to children and youth: Analysis of children’s interests, questions, and problems. Exercise II Using pedagogical documentation together with children and youth: Revisiting lived and documented events. Exercise III Performing pedagogical documentation together with children and youth. Exercise IV: Planning a project-work.