Intercultural Aspcets of International Cooperation
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Presentation wasdelivered duing the open conference of teachers' study visit in Lithuania in the frame of the project "South Caucasus - a Part of Europe"

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  • 1. + Intercultural  aspects  of  international  cooperation   Nerijus  Kriauciunas   nercas@email.lt  
  • 2. + Main  focus  of  this  presentation   Youth  work  as  part  of  life  long  learning     Learning  mobility  of  young  people  in   Europe   Intercultural  education/learning  and   mobility    
  • 3. + Youth  work  as  part  of  life  long  learning
  • 4. + Youth  work  as  part  of  life  long  learning     Youth  work  (молодежная  работа,   Jugendarbeit,  darbas  su  jaunimu)     Youth  work  belongs  both  to  the  social   welfare  and  to  the  educational  system     Youth  work  deals  with  unemployment,   educational  failure,  marginalisation  and   inclusion    
  • 5. + Learning  mobility  of  young  people  in  Europe
  • 6. + Learning  mobility  of  young  people  in   Europe  (1)     Learning  mobility  strengthens  young   people’s  future  employability  and  their   personal  development     Studies  conIirm  that  learning  mobility   contributes  to  new  knowledge  and  develop   new  linguistic  skills  and  intercultural   competences     European  Commission  promotes  learning   mobility  of  young  people  in  all  different   learning  contexts  
  • 7. + Learning  mobility  of  young  people  in   Europe  (2)     Learning  mobility  should  be  organised  and   linked  to  speciIic  learning  outcomes       Focuses  on  physical  mobility,  while   recognising  also  the  value  of  virtual  mobility     Teachers,  trainers,  youth  workers  and   managers  have  a  key  role  to  play  in   encouraging  and  promoting  mobility  
  • 8. + Intercultural  education/learning
  • 9. + Intercultural  education/learning  (1)       Intercultural  education  a  process  of  social   education  aimed  at  promoting  a  positive   relationship  between  people  and  groups   from  different  cultural  backgrounds     Ultimate  goal  of  intercultural  education  is   peaceful  living  in  the  intercultural  societies     Intercultural  education  asks  to  acknowledge   and  respect  cultural  differences  between   individuals    
  • 10. + Intercultural  education/learning  (2)     Stages  of  intercultural  education  are:     To  imagine  yourself  from  the  outside     To  understand  the  world  we  live  in     To  be  acquainted  with  other  realities     To  see  difference  positively     To  favour  positive  attitudes,  values  and   behaviour  
  • 11. + Intercultural  education/learning  and   mobility  (1)   Selection  should  be  fair  and  transparent     Sending  and  receiving  institutions  need  to   cooperate  in  matching  participants     Preparing  participants  properly  in  terms  of   linguistic  skills  and  intercultural  competence     Mobility  period  Iitting  with  the  personal   learning  pathways,  skills  and  motivation  
  • 12. + Intercultural  education/learning  and   mobility  (2)   Reaching  out  to  groups  who  tend  to  be   excluded  from  mobility  opportunities       Provide  educational  and  mentoring  support  for   participants       Record,  recognise  and  validate  periods  of   learning  mobility  in  an  appropriate  way     Virtual  mobility  is  often  a  catalyst  for   embarking  on  a  period  of  physical  mobility    
  • 13. + References Green  Paper  on  Promoting  the  learning  mobility   of  young  people,  European  Commission,  2009   A  study  “The  Socioeconomic  scope  of  Youth   Work  in  Europe”,  European  Commission,  2007   Intercultural  Learning  in  European  Youth  Work,   Council  of  Europe,  2007   All  Equal  All  Different  Education  Pack,  Council  of   Europe,  1995