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Designing programmes attitudes

The single attitudes are summarised in different headlines that illustrate what “designing programmes” means for youth workers attitude-wise. The “clusters” do not name attitudes as such; these can be found through clicking on the lists.

Programmes need to be designed with a focus on the learners. + -

Translated into attitudes, this means:

  • willingness to see the whole picture of all individuals in a group
  • to display genuine interest in the group’s needs
  • readiness to research and incorporate community needs into a programme design
  • readiness to connect the group process with the wider community
Ambiguity and ‘the unexpected’ are part of the reality of non-formal learning. + -

To deal with this, the following attitude is helpful:

  • readiness to accept and face unexpected factors that can influence the design of the programme
Different educational approaches and new developments are important for the practice of non-formal education. + -

The attitudes needed are:

  • willingness to research and stay up to date with the newest developments in non-formal learning
  • readiness to face challenges to one’s own views and approaches to learning and education

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