Techniques of arranging educational events 2300-MS1-AND-L-TA
Classes have the form of collective participation in various educational events for adults. The student has the opportunity to learn about many different forms and techniques of arranging educational events both in the field of formal education (eg University of the Third Age, High School for adults), outside-formal (eg Civic Congress, Copernicus Science Center Symposium, travel lectures of the Austrian Institute and many more organised by museums, cultural and educational facilities, theatres, art galleries, travel cafeteria, etc.) as well as non-formal (eg educational space of the city). Classes are also the opportunity for students to learn through experience and acquire the knowledge needed for critical reflection related to forms of organising adult education, the place and role of the teacher and learning audience, the techniques of arranging educational events and the theoretical assumptions underlying each of the learning forms.
REMARKS: All educational events in which students take part are free.
1. Has knowledge about traditional and modern forms of arranging educational events for adults.
2. Knows the methods appropriate for each of the adult education areas (formal, outside-formal and non-formal).
3. Knows selected arranging techniques
1. Is able to evaluate critically the advantages and disadvantages of various organisational solutions related to the arrangement of educational events for adults
2. Can indicate appropriate educational forms suitable for the selected area
3. Can independently plan the organisation of an educational event for adults, related to chosen issues and subjects.
Completion of classes is based on:
1. Presence and active participation
2. A written report, related to a critical reflection on the event selected by the student, including opinion and evaluation of the arrangement techniques used, ways of working with adults and proposed organisational solutions.
Information on level of this course, year of study and semester when the course unit is delivered, types and amount of class hours - can be found in course structure diagrams of apropriate study programmes. This course is related to the following study programmes:
Additional information (registration calendar, class conductors, localization and schedules of classes), might be available in the USOSweb system: