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  • the ITE scenarios are not tools to be applied, but possibilities to be enriched,
  • each facilitator can act as a critical educator making the adjustments and changes that assure the scenarios will serve to the aim of amplifying awareness about global justice meaningfully,
  • each participant has the capacity to act as autonomous subjects, able to apply critical reflection to change the course of his/her actions and seek out opportunities to accomplish a better life, a better world for all.

 

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Be involved

 

 

Pedagogical perspective or how to use ITE syllabus

 

ITE syllabus is conceived as a work in progress. An incomplete and open resource that it will grow and be enriched through the work of each person or facilitator using it.  We encourage all our potential users to feel free to recreate any scenario. The value of the ITE syllabus will increase by applying creative recombination: making changes or adaptation to achieve a more meaningful implementation of the scenarios according to the target group, the educational and socio-cultural milieu and the pedagogical personality of the facilitator. The ITE scenarios have been constructed inductively from the practical and experiential knowledge of NGO's professionals working as advocates of human dignity all over Europe. Nevertheless, our pedagogical position is grounded on social-critical and situated perspectives that make us to believe that:

 

  • the ITE scenarios are not tools to be applied, but possibilities to be enriched,
  • each facilitator can act as a critical educator making the adjustments and changes that assure the scenarios will serve to the aim of amplifying awareness about global justice meaningfully,
  • each participant has the capacity to act as autonomous subjects, able to apply critical reflection to change the course of his/her actions and seek out opportunities to accomplish a better life, a better world for all.

 

Join our network and enrich the portal by:

 

  1. sharing your comments after using it in your work. Your experience is important for us. Write was what good, what did you changed, how the activities worked in your culture;
  2. sharing you syllabus about migration/human rights/refugee. Send us your syllabus and we will add it in the portal. Let's create the European database of materials to speak about migration.

 

Fill in the Syllabus Template

 

 

Your syllabus will enrich the ITE database and will be use by others to create the change!