AREA 3 – Corso n° 1
ALICE – Adults Learning for Intergenerational Creative Experiences
Target audience: Educators in informal settings (holiday centers for children, foster homes for children, day care centers for adults with cognitive deficits, employees in playgrounds or children’s libraries);professionals engaged in various forms of educational support to children; developmental psychologists
Collodi (Italy), Fondazione Nazionale Carlo Collodi
1st round: May 4-9, 2015 – 2nd round: July 6-11, 2015 – 3rd round: November 30-December 5, 2015
Timetable: 9.30 a.m.-1.30 p.m.; 2.30-6.30 p.m.
This training comes from the experience of the European project “ALICE”, which is based on the educational potential of parents and relatives, or volunteers, from some simple creative activities that can be carried out with children.
During 6 days participants will learn about and experience the power of some creative languages (such as literature or music) to create a moment of communication and creation with children, and learn how each and everyone, without being necessarily an artist or a professional educator, can take advantage of such moments to create an educational relationship with the very young. At the same time, these experiences will give the adults an increased confidence in their ability to educate, and an awareness of the means that daily life offers to help carry out these vital function: educating, learning.
In the presence (40 hours spread over six consecutive days Monday-Saturday).
Each session in the presence (6 sessions of 8 hours each) will be divided into a theoretical introduction and an operational part (group interactions, individual reflections, exercises, moments of exchange and dialogue, simulations)
Time and Venue
Collodi, Fondazione Nazionale Carlo Collodi, 9.30 a.m.-1.30 p.m.; 2.30-6.30 p.m.
Educators in informal settings (holiday centers for children, foster homes for children, day care centers for adults with cognitive deficits, employees in Entertainment Centres and libraries for children); professionals engaged in various forms of educational support to children; developmental psychologists
Program and Content
Introductory visit to Pinocchio Park, Historic Garzoni Garden with Collodi Butterfly House and to the Collodian Library
Adults as Educators
1 – Adults as educators a key dimension for LLL
2 – Parents Education
3 – Intergenerational Learning
4 – Creating rich caring environments for children: learning outside the school
Music as Creative Language in the relation Adults-Children
1 – Music as creative language
2 – Learning to listen
3 – Lullabys of Europe
4 – Singing and learning
3.Digital Storytelling: intergenerational narratives
1 – Storytelling, an opportunity for Intergenerational Learning
2 – Inventing and Designing a Story
3 – Digital tools for Storytelling and its use as creative situation by adults
Program and Content
Children’s Literature and metaphors to enact intergenerational dialogue
1 – Children’s Literature as creative language
2 – Intercultural Learning through Children’s Literature
3 – Reading stories, telling stories: improving key competences for LLL
Games and social media to promote intergenerational learning
1 – The value of digital games for improving key competences
2 – Selected digital games for adults and children to play and learn together
3 – Tools to invent games
4 – Tools to play and share games across frontiers
1 – Designing Adult’s Learning activities
2 – Tools for participatory assessment of learning
3 – Implementing activities at local level
4 – Creating a network of institutions to promote adults’ learning activities
An introductory booklet with operational tips and sitegraphy on the training themes will be given to all trainees..
Dr. Juliana Raffaghelli, psychologist, expert in Teaching and New Technologies (CNR-Genoa);
Dr. Isabella Belcari, philologist, curator of cultural activities (Fondazione Nazionale Carlo Collodi)
Certificate of participation to all attendees to the whole course
Conditions for participation
Both registration and payment shall take place by:
- April 3, 2015 for the round starting on May 4, 2015
- June 5, 2015 for the round starting on July 6, 2015
- October 30, 2015 for the round starting on November 30, 2015
using the downloadable form here. Please note that the form shall contain the money transfer data. Send the filled form by e-mail to email@example.com, or fax it to +39 0572 429614. The course will be held from a minimum of 10 to a maximum of 20 participants. Priority of registration will be established according to the order of form submission and fee payment. In case of not reaching the minimum number of participants, the course will be cancelled and any fee already paid will be refund. The registration fee is non-refundable in case the registered participant waives the course before its start, or withdraws during it. It will be accepted that the participation is transferred on a substitute if that is notified to the Fondazione Nazionale Carlo Collodi by fax at least 3 working days before the course start. In case of cancellation of the course by the Fondazione Nazionale Carlo Collodi there will be no refund or compensation except for the refund of the registration fee.
Costs and payment methods
€ 1.100,00 (VAT included), including the course materials, 2 coffee breaks and a buffet light lunch a day.
The registration fee shall be paid by money transfer on the bank account IBAN: IT83 R062 6024 9290 0080 0001 C01 in the name of the Fondazione Nazionale Carlo Collodi, indicating as reason of the money transfer: “Corso 1/1 2015 ALICE”. Only the payment of the fee makes the registration effective.