After completing Module 6, learners will be able to:
- Understand each generation’s motivating factors and influences – be able to identify common traits and trends among learners.
- Demonstrate knowledge of the different steps of an intergenerational learning project and ability to set learning goals and corresponding tools.
- Demonstrate knowledge of communication strategies and the ability to adapt them to different target audiences/learners. Determine how to collaborate with and appreciate the uniqueness of each generation.
- Recognise the challenges that are present when connecting individuals across the generational gap.
- Develop different learning modules based on the interests, needs and learning models of different age groups.
- Utilise age and culture diversity for the benefit of learners.
- Allocate tasks and responsibilities effectively, based on each learner’s existing skills and desired learning outcomes.
- Be able to differentiate between the roots of the challenges that arise between generations.
- Respond accordingly to each challenge faced by your intergenerational team.
- Make use of the common traits identified between generations in order to unite individuals within the programme.
Responsibilities and Autonomy:
- Demonstrate the ability to recognize and handle a possible crisis that might occur during an intergenerational learning project/ activity.
- Demonstrate competence in overcoming challenges and leading an intergenerational team.
- Constantly evaluate the learning outcomes and support the finding of solutions to different communication problems based on following a common goal.
- Equip learners with the ability to design their own intergenerational learning project/activity.
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Unit 3 Demonstration of how to interact more skilfully with younger and older people and examples 3 Topics
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