Ethics Education Online Community of Practice
The Ethics Education Online Community of Practice is a platform for connection, communication, collaboration and learning for facilitators and trainers using the ethics education programs.
The long-term goal of this platform is to create a self-sustaining community of practice around the implementation of Ethics Education programs. The platform is an attractive, simple and intuitive online space that considers the design principles of online communities of practice.
The platform is an attractive, simple and intuitive online space that considers the design principles of online communities of practice. An online community of practice makes the platform a self-sustaining and relevant resource for facilitators by contributing to the transfer of knowledge between facilitators, by diversifying their sources of information and by validating their experience.
Facilitators and trainers can use the platform to share information about their projects and resources, engage in discussions and ask for support and feedback from colleagues around the world. The platform will also provide technical guidance to implement the Learning to Live Together programme through online tools such as simulations, program design activities, reflection spaces, webinars, and online courses to strengthen facilitators' knowledge and skills to better implement the programme in a variety of settings. Some of these tools are already available and others will be launched during the coming months.
This initiative is part of a strategy to provide additional training support to facilitators and to develop a Knowledge Hub on Ethics Education for Children.
Join Our E-Learning Platform
We would like to invite you to join the e-learning platform and start exploring it, uploading information about your projects using the Learning to Live Together, sharing resources and participating in the several activities. The platform is currently available in English and Spanish.
Arigatou International Geneva is excited to announce the launch of a series of online courses for facilitators who have gone through basic training workshops on the Learning to Live Together Programme. The series of courses aim to strengthen knowledge and facilitation skills and to equip participants with new tools to become better facilitators of ethics education. The courses will be practical and interactive. Each course will last four and half weeks.
For more information about our first course: Building safe and inclusive learning environments, please click here.