Open Educational Resources

One of the main results of You.Com Project is the creation of an Open Educational Resource (OER) that contains materials of different types. Every “group of documents” deal with a specific country of Europe, Africa and Asia (partners of the project). Each fiche contains a specific recycle methods used in each particular context as well as a specific method to work with young people on the issue. The materials include examples and good practices about training and workshop planning, organization and monitoring.  The specific method used in each fiche is the YNFLM (Youth non-Formal Learning Methods). Everyone can download easily from this website the materials. The download is free of charge.
We hope it could be a useful educational instrument from you and for your organization.

Fiche

Every partner of the project was asked to create a Fiche about the recycle method used in its own country. You can find ideas of workshop dealing with the topic of recycle and activities you can use to manage groups of young people to make them reflect on the issue. The method used is that one of the YNFLM (Youth Non-Formal learning Methods).

Guidelines

The Guidelines is a document dealing with a training implementation. It is an instrument that every association/organization can use to have a clear and operative idea about different aspects concerning the organization of educational and capacity building sessions with young people or groups of volunteers. The main aspects are: planning of the training, the Staff components, the training schedule, the practical and logistical organization.

English version

Other languages:  Italian –  Nepali –  Turkish –  French –  Polish –  Ugandan –  Romanian

Interactive methods

This is a list of useful non-formal activities for young people. They can be used in every kind of trainings, capacity building workshops and sessions. They can be useful to inspire the personal reflection on different issues, to encourage team-building and group-work.

English version

Other languages:  Italian –  Nepali –  Turkish –  French –  Polish –  Ugandan –  Romanian