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Training - Young People and Creativity - Aims

The aim of the module is to include youth in developing activities for youth.
We want youth to take part in building of activities, projects and organizations, which have young people as target-group.
We want to train youth in building society instead of just consuming offers made by grown-ups.

Session 1: The dream-travel
The Dream-travel consists of a framework, which is always the same and contents, which is different according to the context.
The aim of The dream-travel is to make a group focus on the task, that is in front of it.
The Dream-travel is often used before an idea development, to wake up the creative energy of the participants.
Another benefit from The dream-travel is, that it calms down a group of per instans teenagers. It makes it easier to make them focus on the next thing on the programme of the day.

Session 2: Personal youth ID-card
The aim of the Personal youth ID-card session is to let the young people learn more about each other.
It works both as a social teambuliding but it also gives the youth an impression of each others forces and recourses.

Session 3: Manual for The Rotating Idea Development-model
The aim of the tool is to get the a lot of ideas out of a youth group in a short time.

Session 4: Manual for description of projects
The aim of "Manual for description of projects" is to make it possible for the youth to describe their ideas for projects and activities.
It means, that the young people get a clear understanding of their own project.
And it means, that any potential partners and cooporators will be able to read a good description of the project.

Session 5: Positive Evaluation
The aim of the "Positive Evaluation" is to look at the things, which went good in the projects and the things, which have to be improved next time.
At the same time, the tools makes it possible for everyone to talk about the conflicts, that might have been, during the realization of the project, in a constructive way.




"Developed with the support of the European Community, within the framework of the Leonardo da Vinci Programme. The opinions expressed by the authors do not necessarily reflect the position of the European Community, nor does it involve any responsibility on its part."