1st June 2014 – 7th June 2014, Krupina/Banská Štiavnica, Slovakia
1st and 7th June 2014 – days of travelling
2nd to 6th June 2014 – workshop days
The workshop Schola Ludus vs. Andragogy aims to elaborate on the methodologies of adult education that can make it attractive and enjoyable to its recipients. It will focus on different methodologies used in face to face learning, e-learning and mixed mode learning. The workshop will research also its participants experience and knowledge and try to put it to the best use. The participants of the workshop will be provided with possibilities of observation of best case scenarios, discussions, utilisation of methodologies in question or visits to other adult education organisations. The participants will be able to design their own methodologies whether these are to be used in education process or in management of adult education organisations. The workshop will also stimulate new partnerships and project ideas applicable directly in the new Erasmus+ programme.
The participants of the workshop are expected to be adult learning educators/lecturers/teachers or managers of adult education organisations.
Language of the workshop: English
Expected number of participants: 16 (maximum 3 participants from the same country)
Expenses: The workshop organiser will cover the travel expenses of all the international participants, their accommodation and meals.
How to apply
The fastest and easiest way is to download the application form here, fill it in and return to us by e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org. Alternativey, send us an e-mail request (or use the form below) indicating your interest in the workshop and we will get back to you with an application form or answering any questions. As the number of participants is limited, please, keep in mind that the sooner you register the higher your chances for participation will be.
Once we receive your application form we will get back to you with arranging your travel, accommodation, meals and any other special needs. We will suggest the best route for your travel and try to accommodate the requirements of all the participants.
This project is funded by the Grundtvig Workshops action of the Lifelong Learning Programme of the European Union.