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LEARNING CARDS SET 8:

 

ASKING
supportive questions

LEARNING CARDS SET 8:

ASKING
supportive questions

These 2 sets of cards are designed to give a focus on the role of the youth worker in asking questions. The first set explores why it is important to ask questions, the second – the reasons behind asking questions.

These 2 sets of cards are designed to give a focus on the role of the youth worker in asking questions. The first set explores why it is important to ask questions, the second – the reasons behind asking questions.

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  ABOUT THE LEARNING CARDS

 

There are 5 sets of learning cards. Each set of cards features different topics from the four chapters of the publication and highlight the key points related to the topic.

The design allows for ease of usability and understanding.

It is also done in such a way that they can be used

 

 

in a projected presentation style or downloaded and printed – they vary in size from playing card size to A5.

The cards not only present the theoretical aspects each one is covering but pose questions for the learner to consider or debate.

 

 

 

  ABOUT THE LEARNING CARDS

There are 5 sets of learning cards. Each set of cards features different topics from the four chapters of the publication and highlight the key points related to the topic.

The design allows for ease of usability and understanding. It is also done in such a way that they can be used in a projected presentation style or downloaded and printed – they vary in size from playing card size to A5.

The cards not only present the theoretical aspects each one is covering but pose questions for the learner to consider or debate.

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an examination of learning in youth work

SUPPORTED BY:

JUGEND für Europa (DE), Jaunatnes starptautisko programmu aģentūra (LV), Agenzia nazionale per i giovani (IT) and Léargas (IE), the National Agencies of Erasmus+: Youth in close cooperation with SALTO Training & Cooperation Resource Centre.

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an examination of learning in youth work

SUPPORTED BY:

JUGEND für Europa (DE), Jaunatnes starptautisko programmu aģentūra (LV), Agenzia nazionale per i giovani (IT) and Léargas (IE), the National Agencies of Erasmus+: Youth in close cooperation with SALTO Training & Cooperation Resource Centre.

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