Intercultural competences in educational process - AAN500090
Poslední úprava: PhDr. Martin Kopecký, Ph.D. (20.09.2018)
ANDR / Masters programme
Mgr. Jan Kolář, Mgr. Lucie Schubert
ZS (Winter semester),
0/2; povinně volitelný předmět / compulsory-elective course open to Erasmus+ students
Zk / 4 credits (Examination: 4 credits)
Dates of the seminars: 11. 10., 25. 10., 8. 11., 22. 11., 6. 12., 20. 12.
The subject is organised in cooperation with the programme Erasmus+ Youth in Action. It will be led by trainers from The Centre for International Cooperation in Education (DZS). Seminar will be delivered in English and therefore certain ability to speak, interact and understand in English is required. We welcome both local and international mobility students, we hope to create intercultural group which will bring the dynamic to our work together. Seminar is aiming to reach those, who are choosing the path of educators, working with groups and will have a motivation and chance to apply outcomes from this seminar in their current or future practices. Basic orientation in working with competencies and basic understanding of non-formal education methodologies, experiential education and interculturality is a benefit. Part of the activities will be based on self-exploration, self-reflection of each individual, working in small groups and group sharing.
1 Introduction to subject of intercultural competence and nonformal learning principles
2 Basic terminology, approaches, framework
3 Reflection of one’s own identity
5 Stereotypes, prejudices and their influence on intercultural relations
6 Intercultural competences in educator’s practice
7 Activities - practice of students
8 Closing and come outs
ETS Competence Model For Youth Workers to Work Internationally
mpetence-model/ s. 9–11, 34–35.
Intercultural Competence Research Report
Youth Partnership. T-kit 4: Intercultural Learning.
Compass: A Manual On Human Rights Education With Young People
All different, all equal - Education Pack:
Compasito: Manual on Human Rights Education for Children
Intercultural Communication Resource pack https://www.salto-youth.net/downloads/4-17-1789/Booklet%20Intercultural%20Communication%20Resource%20Pack.pdf
Course requirements, final examination:
1. Essay - the student will write an essay/reflection of min. 2 A4 pages based on the topic given, until January 20.
2. Attendance - full attendance on min. 5 of 6 lessons.
3. Group work - preparation and leading of an activity developing intercultural competences.
Note on the capacity of the course:
The number of enrolled students is limited to 20. In case there is higher demands, students of the masters programme of the Department of Adult Education and Personnel Management, Department of Pedagogy and the ERASMUS+ students will be prefered. This regulation is based on a study plan structured according the years/grades of study (see the website of the Department).