ALIISA Continuing Inclusive Art Education (5 ects)

The ALIISA project organizes an international continuing education aimed for general and art education professionals on the various fields of arts and culture who want to deepen their skills in inclusive art pedagogy. The planning and the implementation of the education is based on international co-operation of the ALIISA project organizations. The higher education partners are the responsible institutions of the education.
The education includes an orientation and workshop period and a student-specific inclusive pedagogy practical training period, in which the perspective can focus on, for example, art pedagogy, community or public education work. Inclusive pedagogy practical training will be implemented in multi-professional collaboration with local associated partners right after the workshop.

The education strengthens the competence and professionality and offers new opportunities in inclusive art education

  • knowledge, skills, and attitudes to identify different needs of individuals and society to promote social inclusion
  • methods, techniques, and tools to create inclusive learning environments
  • ideas and new ways of working and implementing teaching based on international cooperation

Participants in the education are required to have previous artistic and pedagogical training and/or experience.

Implementation

The education is implemented as a multi-form training utilizing digital learning environments. Multimodal learning includes contact teaching, small group work, online studies, peer tutoring and learning, work-related learning, and independent work and self-assessment. Studies are at European (NQF) and national level 7.
Education does not lead to a degree.

Continuing Inclusive Art Education Total 5 ects

Orientation & Final reflection and assessment
Independent studying (1 ect)
The workshop (2 ect)
Practical training (2 ect)

The studies take place between the full academic year 2021-2022.
Timing for national workshops and training

  • Finland: Orientation 1.-13.9.2021, workshop 20.-24.9.2021 (week 38), practical training 1.10.2021-30.4.2022
  • Austria: Orientation 15.-26.11.2021, workshop 6.-10.12.2021 (week 49), practical training 10.1.-30.6.2022
  • Lithuania: Orientation 17.-28.1.2022, workshop 7.-11.2.2022 (week 6), practical training 3.3.-30.5.2022

The teachers: Teachers are the inclusive art education professionals from the participating partner organizations. More detailed teacher information will be published later.

Student admission

Participants in the education are required to have previous artistic and pedagogical training and/or experience. The studies are primarily aimed for general and art education professionals on the various fields of arts and culture who want to deepen their skills in inclusive art pedagogy in continuing education.

The application information will be published on May. The application period and methods differ between partner organizations. See your country-specific information and directions below (links):

Persons responsible for education

Finland
Paula Niemi, Tämä sähköpostiosoite on suojattu spamboteilta. Tarvitset JavaScript-tuen nähdäksesi sen.

Austria
Beate Hennenberg, Tämä sähköpostiosoite on suojattu spamboteilta. Tarvitset JavaScript-tuen nähdäksesi sen.
Maria Dinold, Tämä sähköpostiosoite on suojattu spamboteilta. Tarvitset JavaScript-tuen nähdäksesi sen.

Lithuania
Diana Strakšienė, Tämä sähköpostiosoite on suojattu spamboteilta. Tarvitset JavaScript-tuen nähdäksesi sen.
Edita Musneckiene, Tämä sähköpostiosoite on suojattu spamboteilta. Tarvitset JavaScript-tuen nähdäksesi sen.

More information

Hanna Turunen, Tämä sähköpostiosoite on suojattu spamboteilta. Tarvitset JavaScript-tuen nähdäksesi sen.
Project Manager, ALIISA-Project

 

We reserve the right to make changes to the curriculum due to the need to update the content being studied.

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