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The PAL partners had prepared and are presenting an innovative learning curriculum for trainers and experts working with Roma children and travelers.  The training of trainers’ 8-hours curriculum is designed for approximately for 20 trainers at local level separated in two meetings from 4 hours, following the agenda of the online meetings implemented in English. Trainees can use the material and exercises in this curriculum when designing future T.O.T. workshops.  In addition, as noted in the description of each exercise, some of them may be suitable for the training of peer educators and for field work, where peer educators work with target groups of young people.

The exercises that follow might also be used in refresher trainings. Once trained, trainers need continuing support, including further training. This provides a way to help trainers stay aware of new material and sharpen their training skills.  Many topics and techniques described in this curriculum are accompanied by training notes. These provide information to help trainers understand why a topic is important or how specific techniques will contribute to the objectives of the peer education training of trainers.

The current initiative is allowing professionals to formulate and set-up a work plan for the upcoming activities, basis on toolkit elaborated under WS2 and adapting it through a selection of activities that are more relevant and suitable for the targets. RomPraha is coordinated the current activity. The topics of the curriculum “EDUCATION” were prepared in English, available below:

Topic Power Point Presentation Video Report Questions on the Materials QR Code for direct access
A1. Formulation of thematic and personal plans BRIEF: Including basic information on the Roma people identity and tips how to work with them and their educational level. Additionally are prepared techniques for preparation and selection of specific personal plans// VIEWS ONLINE: 47 views currently

 

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HERE HERE HERE SOCA: Zdenka Wltavsky zdenka.wltavsky@ir-rs.si
A2. Methods for use in monitoring children development BRIEF: Including information on the main techniques while working with children in order to get them involved in the activities and win their interest // VIEWS ONLINE: 48 views currently

 

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 HERE HERE HERE UCLL:  Ruben Jans ruben.jans@ucll.be
A3.Significance of play and learning in pre-school level BRIEF: Connection of the games with the learning process in pre-School level// VIEWS ONLINE: 18 views currently

 

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HERE HERE HERE Florida: Víctor Soler Penades vsoler@grupoflorida.onmicrosoft.com
A4. Strategies for effective communication with families BRIEF: Information and techniques how to communicate effectively with Roma families // VIEWS ONLINE: 47 views currently

 

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HERE HERE HERE AHEAD: Serban Robert robirous@yahoo.com
A5. Legal Protection of children BRIEF: More information about the legal protection of children in the EU and especially for Roma children // VIEWS ONLINE: 25 views currently

 

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HERE HERE HERE IED: Panagiotis Koutoudis, info@ied.eu

SRDA: Antigone Chatzimichali an.chatzimichali@gmail.com

A6. Learning problems social, emotional and behavior problems BRIEF: More information about the legal protection of children in the EU and especially for Roma children // VIEWS ONLINE: 28 views currently

 

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HERE HERE HERE FLM: Enrico Di Pasquale dipasquale@fondazioneleonemoressa.org
A7. Training of Roma partners and families BRIEF: How to train Roma people and families (presenting of best practices) // VIEWS ONLINE: 28 views currently

 

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HERE HERE HERE DRPDNM: Andreja Pleničar andreja.plenicar@gmail.com