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AI tools for Meaningful Learning and Training

Our course is designed for educators and training managers, who wish to develop their competencies in support of self-directed and meaningful learning of adults and use AI tools for this purpose.

Programme

Day 1: Introduction - Getting to know each other in a friendly & playful way using the AI tools. Introduction to the course. Participants’ expected outcomes. Personal learning & action plan. 

Day 2: Context of the training: challenges of the world and tendencies in education. 

Day 3: Finding ways, finding ourselves in new reality (outdoor activities). Ethical dilemmas of use of AI tools in education and training.

Day 4: AI tools for analysis, design, development, implementation, and evaluation of the learning process.

Day 5: AI tools for analysis, design, development, implementation, and evaluation of the learning process.

Day 6: Preparation of personal tool-box AI tools, methods, and techniques for implementation in their programme/course on various learning process’ stages (in pairs and/or small groups).

Day 7: Presentation of created toolbox. Key learning points, action plan. Evaluation.

About the course

Our course is designed for educators, who wish to develop own competencies in support of self-

directed and meaningful learning of their learners and use AI tools for this purpose.

 

The course provides opportunities to gain new knowledge and skills, analyse and reflect on own practice, discuss ethical and practical dilemmas, and create own collection of tools and practices, to enhance future training design and learning.

 

The course is conducted by an expert in the field of andragogy, who provides an approach “from practitioner to practitioner”.

 

The course is suitable for educators with different levels of experience in teaching and training – both beginners and professionals will gain new knowledge, experience & understanding.

As a result of the course,

an educator will:

  • Analyse possibilities for the use of selected AI tools for analysis, design, development, implementation, and evaluation of the teaching process to support self-directed and meaningful learning.

  • Experience and reflect use of selected AI tools from the learners’ and educators’ perspective.

  • Collect a personal toolbox of AI tools, methods, and techniques for implementation in their programme/course on various teaching process’ stages.

Location & Dates

 

17 - 23 June 2024 Malta

21 - 27 October 2024 Malta

 

Details

 

Target groups: teachers, trainers, headmasters, school and education managers, educational

counsellors, career counsellors, adult educators, other higher educators, other non-governmental

organization staff, public servants, and policymakers.

Supportive learning materials of the programme will be sent to the participants in advance.

The training itself will not be built on lectures or presentations, but on searching effective solutions

and inspiration for the participants; practice, discovering experiences of other countries, and

spending valuable time together.

We make tailor-made programmes according to the organisations needs

if the whole group is from one organisation.

Course fee: 560 €

Facilitator

Georgi Skorobogatov has a bachelors and masters degree (Cum Laude) in andragogy in Tallinn University (Estonia) and has been practicing in the field of adult education since 2006. He holds the highest occupational qualification - Adult Educator, EQF Level 8 certificate. His experience as a trainer is mainly based on supporting the development of adult educators, training managers, internal trainers, youth workers and teachers of various types of educational institutions, including in the public and private sector, NGOs and universities in Europe and Asia. As a founder and board member of the NGO Estonian Community of Adult Educators, and as the head of the EPALE National Support

Service in Estonia and as an evaluator of adult educators’ occupational qualification applicants, Georgi stands for the development of Estonian and European adult educators’ community.

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