Adult Learning and Education is a key tool for development. DVV International - Jordan was working in Adult Education for development since 2013 in developing approches and tools as a continuas proccess. From 2018-2021 DVV International was working in decumenting it's approach methods and tools in one toolbox
This conceptual and practical guide is designed as an introduction for trainers, facilitators, and others within the field of learning and development, namely those involved in programs intended for creating a shift from passive to critical thinking.
This toolkit speaks to all professionals working in Adult Learning and Education (ALE) who are concerned about the equality of women and men towards adult education, and equality in the strategising and the policymaking towards ALE.
DVV International and the German Institute for Adult Education (DIE) developed Curriculum globALE as a global core curriculum for the teaching and the learning of adults. In five modules, it describes the relevant skills for holding a successful course and gives tips on practical implementation.
On the basis of its experience in working abroad, DVV International has developed a new intercultural-didactic additional qualification for integration work with refugees at German Adult Education Centres in the shape of Curriculum interculturALE.
The concept of “Adult Education” shows a colorful variety of meanings due to different cultures and societies. Specific approaches and methods should be adopted to develop a common understanding and facilitate learning.
In the spirit of Lifelong Learning, this publication stirs discussion that helps in enhancing the understanding of Adult Education and its potential for development, sharing experience, learning from good practice, building on existing resources and paving the way for joint action in creating viable Adult Education systems in the Middle East and beyond.
This publication does focus on the very relevant nexus between adult education and poverty. It's a resulted of a cooperation of two very diverse regions: Middle East and Southeast Asia by exchanging and discussing vividly good adult education approaches and the state of poverty in their respective regions.