Children hybrid integration: learning dialogue as a way of upgrading policies of participation

Farini, Federico, Scollan, Angela ORCID logoORCID: and Murray, Jane (2022) Children hybrid integration: learning dialogue as a way of upgrading policies of participation. Technical Report. Horizon2020 CHILD-UP. . [Monograph]

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The training package collates all modules and materials in a cohesive document that can be printed and kept in any professional working environment for ease of access.

The training package offers guidance for professionals who are familiar with the use of facilitation and want to train others. The training package supports change in practices led by professionals themselves. Sustainability is achieved when engagement with CHILD-UP training transcend enhancing one’s own practice to impact peers and beyond. The training package offers the opportunity to face-to-face (F2F) delivery.

Each module is presented and thoroughly explained in its aim and learning objectives. By showing ‘what is behind the scenes in each module’, the training package does not only promote critical reflection; it also enables users to internalise the methodology of the training, facilitating them in accessing the role of ‘trainer of facilitators’.

The training package empowers users as facilitators and possibly trainers of facilitators. The training package also empowers users as designers of facilitative activities. For this scope, resources provided include tools for SWOT Analysis, tools for Development Plans and transcripts of real adults-children interactions. SWOT Analysis is chiefly addressed to identify challenges/strengths of plans for facilitative activities. Development Plans offer reflective tools to act upon challenges identified via the SWOT Analysis.

Transcripts of real adults-children interactions during facilitative activities, collected in the CHILD-UP research, are available in the training package as a learning companion for the modules. An adequate number of transcripts across age ranges are provided to users to allow their independent evaluation of facilitative practices and their outcomes for the promotion migrant children’s agency. The same transcripts can also be accessed through the CHILD-UP archive (www.movio.CHILD-UP.EU) where they can be searched using search tags such as location, participants, most relevant facilitative actions shown in the transcript, age of children, and more. In the archive, transcripts are accompanied by analytical notes to support their contextualisation as examples of facilitative practices.

Item Type: Monograph (Technical Report)
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Additional Information: CHILD-UP training package
Research Areas: A. > Centre for Education Research and Scholarship (CERS)
Item ID: 37568
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Depositing User: Angela Scollan
Date Deposited: 03 Mar 2023 12:04
Last Modified: 03 Mar 2023 12:30

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