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Menno Aflatoun added library item in Portuguese - 5 hours ago

Non Formal Manual contextualized for Brazil.

Non Formal Manual contextualized for Brazil by Brazil

Have a look at the contextualized Non Formal Manual for Brazil. This work was done by World Vision Brazil!!! Available in Portuguese.

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by Ana Luis Correia Rodrigues (Admin, Translator) - today at 11:21

Dov Rosenmann Ana...obrigado por compartilhar este documento !!

14 days left to join Aflateen International Youth Day, Social and Financial Project by sending your stories, photos, artwork, videos or other via www.aflateen.org.

by Eva Nylander from the Netherlands - 29 July 2014 16:34

Nice example of how memory cards can be applied to any context- in this case, for a computer science class in Rwanda

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by Paul Moclair (Admin, Translator) from Ireland - 22 July 2014 14:51

Hi there - is there evidence on the benefits of a child/youth centred teaching style? I would love to be able to quote and refer to it.

Thanks!

by Hitul Thobhani from United Kingdom - 17 July 2014 17:44

Menno Aflatoun Hello Hitul,
Our research manager, Daniel Shephard, gave some good feedback on your question :

There are many ways for people to frame ‘child centred’ learning;
One example is ‘collaborative learning’ which you can find summary evidence here: http://educationendowmentfoundation.org.uk/toolkit/collaborative-learning/

The other good resource for the different impact of various classroom styles is Hattie’s book which has a graphical summary here (which I haven't double checked against the book but looks accurate on the surface).
http://visible-learning.org/hattie-ranking-influences-effect-sizes-learning-achievement/ . In this list see especially:
• Reciprocal teaching
• Self-verbalization/self-questioning
• Problem-solving teaching
• Cooperative vs. individualistic learning

Juana the no.1 Active area

by Denzil Madrigal De Jesus from Dominican Republic - 25 July 2014 21:23 - Auto-translated, may contain errors.

Juana Fabian Ogando I like that, keep it up ....

Juana Fabian Ogando Hi Denzil, can share a photo or two of its activities?

Following the group Aflatoun club Intellectuals. Decorate your piggy bank and watched video about Aflatoun. Children / happy as to learn to save.

by mily rodriguez from Dominican Republic - 25 July 2014 18:08 - Auto-translated, may contain errors.

mily rodriguez decorating your piggy bank. Beautiful

Juana Fabian Ogando Wow but those kids are excited, the savings will allow greater opportunities in their lives.

Hello good day today work with children / as digital Aflatoun decorate your own piggy bank and they created the fireball. Bayaguana, Dominican Republic. Also another child registration Aflateen digital network. Children / excited as mystical Aflatoun know. Video presentation about Aflatoun and... Read more

by mily rodriguez from Dominican Republic - 25 July 2014 16:18 - Auto-translated, may contain errors.

Juana Fabian Ogando Good job of that facilitator, excellent.

The group at the CEECIS Regional Master Training with our PM Ketevan giving an introduction to the Aflatoun Academy website.

by Menno Aflatoun (Admin, Translator) from the Netherlands - 24 July 2014 17:07

Rwanda super-trainers Emmanuel and Jean-Baptiste!

by Paul Moclair (Admin, Translator) from Ireland - 22 July 2014 14:55

Juana Fabian Ogando Excellent, congratulations.

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