Istanbul will be the venue for a 2-day meeting between CARMA’s partners, the non-formal Learning Experts and teachers participating in the pilot experience, coming from 7 European countries, where the future of the non-formal learning methods for student’s motivation will be debated.
Starting with an analysis of the results of the implementation of the national pilots, presented first-hand by the teachers involved, the event will be an important moment to understand how each school and each classroom is responding to the implementation of non-formal learning practices and collaborative methods, through an inclusive approach that promotes interaction, creativity and reciprocal learning between the teachers and their students. This will be an important moment for the project and for the products that have been developed, such as the CARMA Teacher Assessment Model, as the conclusions and discussions that will follow will determine the improvements and refinements to be made in the upcoming months.
The event will also include a presentation of the film fuoriClasse from ZaLab, an association of filmmakers and social workers, which aims at producing, distributing and promoting social documentaries and cultural projects, developed through participatory video laboratories. Through such actions, marginalized people, who otherwise wouldn’t have the means to express themselves, become authors of their own stories.
The presentation of ZaLab will take place on 23rd November (10:15) at Dila Hotel (Kadıköy) ,and participation in this session is free of charge but sitting is limited. Should you wish to attend this presentation, please register: http://www.zalab.org/projects/fuoriclasse/
Further information about the main results and achievements from this European Seminar will be announced soon at CARMA’s website and Facebook page.