Workshops 8: Urban Games - a playful Access to Citizenship Education

follow up discussion after the urban game
historic duplication tool

The urban games as a method of education gives both the educators and the games participants great learning possibilities. Not only it changes reception of the city itself but also it teaches how to work in a group, how to think in a more open and creative way.

Workshop 6 - Learning Environment – Non-formal Citizenship Education II


Life-world and social environment-based approaches were considered during this workshop - like youth social work, and learning environment - in order to determine what contribution these approaches can render to reach educationally excluded target groups in extracurricular citizenship education.

Workshop 4: Learning Environment – Media and Social Networks (Web 2.0)


The expansion of digital technologies and the capabilities offered by Web.2.0 for political and civic participation have raised the question of a digital divide, leading to new kinds of social and educational inequalities. Digital technologies present formal and non-formal citizenship education with new challenges.

Workshop 3: Learning Environment - Community and Urban District Work


The workshop considered potential and experiences by means of brief expert talks and the presentation of good practice models.

Tit Neubauer - University of Ljubljana, Slovenia


Learning environments in schools: Statements to remember from Workshop 2


During our parallel workshop session many guests decided to choose the Workshop 2: Learning Environment - School.

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