LISTEN: Training Manual
The manual is based on the expertise of the partner consortium in terms of storytelling and validation and on the comprehensive piloting activities carried out in all partner countries. It consists of five main chapters: The first chapter provides theoretical basics on different storytelling approaches, and presents concrete activities that can be used in various training settings with refugees. The second chapter focuses on intercultural understanding and competences, beyond the focus on storytelling. It is divided into two units: one that addresses trainers and describes activities with which educators can reflect on their intercultural understanding and their role in intercultural groups. The other unit presents activities that can be used by trainers to foster intercultural understanding in learners groups. The third chapter is dedicated to recording and broadcasting of stories and describes technical ways of recording and sharing stories with a wider audience through radio or Internet broadcasting. The fourth part presents how the LEVEL5 method can be applied to assess and evidence competence developments gained through applied storytelling for learning. The the last chapter contains relevant recommendations based on partners’ feedback from the practice phase and underpinning the tips given in the previous chapters.
- Social Inclusion
- Intercultural Understanding
- Skills & competencies
Training providers, trainers, multipliers, social workers, organisations, foundations and associations, who work with refugees or migrants in general, who experienced forced migration.