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RIDE - Practice Resource contains a variety of practical tools for youth work.

The RIDE Practice Resource intends to provide youth workers with variety of practical tools organised
in 10 thematical session plans. Each session plan begins with overview of the aims, target group and
resources needed. Then follow the topic introduction, relevant statistics and data overview for all
partner countries and set of non-formal activities and evaluation methods.

The session plans deal with topics less treated in existing resources including also challenging and hot
issues concerning social media, hate speech, radicalisation and extremism. Other sessions are
dedicated to young people living in rural areas, the reinforcement of young people’s with mental
disorders self-esteem and projecting future of NEET young people whose numbers are disturbingly
high in some European countries. Non-formal activities included in the session plans are also designed
to raise youngsters’ awareness of economic differences, migration, unemployment or disabilities.
Further attention is also paid to the encouragement of interfaith dialogue and promoting
understanding of cultural diversity.

The resourse was developed within RIDE project. RIDE stands for resources for Inclusion, Diversity and Equality and it is a two-year project funded by Erasmus+ European Fund establishing a network of partners who share a common vision and understanding of quality youth work practice and providing youth workers with a comprehensive Toolbox of practice resources implementing principles of inclusion, diversity and equal opportunities.

RIDE Partners:

Resource type

  • Lesson plan (e.g. lessons plan for a pedagogical sequence of 1-2 lessons)

Target Group

  • Facilitators/Tutors
  • Trainers
  • Counsellors
  • Curriculum Developers
  • Youth Workers
  • Local community groups
  • Employers
  • Learning Support

Participant compentencies

  • Social and civic competencies
  • Sense of initiative and entrepeneurship
  • Cutural awareness
  • Creativity

Facilitators compentencies

  • Provide effective opportunities to support learning
  • Provide effective opportunities to support personal & social development
  • Provide effective opportunities to develop employability and enterprise skills
  • Meet the needs & interests of participants

Which criteria would identify your example as "Good Practice"?

  • Easy to Use
  • Interactive for participants
  • Accessible for a range of indirect target groups
  • Accessible for participants with different levels of ability
  • Adaptable to different languages & cultures
  • Provides practical activity

What methods have you used to assess this as "Good Practice"?

  • Participant Feedback
  • Community Feedback
  • Employer feedback
  • Data Analysis
  • Peer Review
  • Interview
  • Questionnaire
  • Facilitator feedback
  • Report

Documentation

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