TOKA’S STAFF WAS TRAINED IN THE NEW METHODS OF NON-FORMAL EDUCATION IN ITALY!

November 2, 2018

We are very proud of our colleagues who last week were part of the youth exchange in the city of Orvieto in Italy, where they got trained in new methods of non-formal education!

More specifically, they got trained in using theater as a psychological tool for youth to expressing feelings, learn about themselves and develop communication and collaboration skills.

They also participated in various educational workshops and were trained to lead educational activities as clay creation, cooking, recycling and re-use of food, water and wood.

//Thank you Cerquosino Artemide, Erasmus+ and Agenzia Nazionale Giovani – ANG for making it possible for our staff to be part of this exchange program!

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