Pedagogy

The More You Laugh The Happier We Are

Projects for youngsters, parents, professionals of socio educational area and for formal structures, such as informal structures.

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DigiWorld (for youngsters)

You should know that we are in an era where telling young people that they are too much in front of the screen does not always have the desired effect on their behavior. Therefore, we must explain to him how to use the hours he spends in front of his mobile phone in a beneficial way. Thus, this training comes to bring an added value because the young person will learn to know the thought of the human being and how this one behaves. The young person will also develop their creativity and learn how an algorithm works. Eventually, he will learn how to edit videos. Not only will all these skills be important for the young person when they use social networks, but they are also resources that they can use in their near future. Indeed, whether in his private life or in his professional life, these dynamisms already have and will have a greater influence in the years to come. An important message to highlight is to stimulate the conscience of the young person through knowledge because let us not forget that knowledge is a weapon. Then, explain to the young person that the weapon he has in his possession can be used in a different way. In other words, since he knows how this world works, he no longer needs to dance “naked” in front of a camera to get likes, comments and be “known”, but he can appeal to his creativity in order to obtain the same results. And those results are rewarding when you do something you love and enjoy doing (music, sports, comedy, art, dance, etc.). Finally, we reach the stage where, through the intrinsic motivation of the young person, the critical spirit forged through questioning, as well as the information watch, give rise to a fruitful use of all these hours spent in front of the ‘screen.

The youngster will go from “dancing naked” in front of the mobile phone to stimulating his creativity with the help of writing. But also, the conceptualization of the idea and the editing of its video to arrive at its final product. Without forgetting that he will have created all this sample independently.

Important: once we are on the internet, we are faced with a reality that is impossible to avoid, namely haters. Thus, the training ends with this theme, which is important in order not to fall into depression or lower your head.

DigiWorld (for parents)

The DigiWorld training guides us through the world of social networks and explains how they are perceived by young people. We will also understand the way the target audience uses SnapChat, TikTok, Instagram, YouTube, ... on a daily basis. As well as current trends that can be dangerous and others that can be interesting to do as a family. Finally, we try to find out how parents can be involved in their child's digital life. A training equipped with basic theory and rich in specific cases!

Writing, a tool for the social worker (for professionnals)

Description of the training


The “Writing, a tool for the social worker” training course guides us into the world of stimulating creativity through fun activities. More than 20 ideas and writing activities are there for youngsters and adults! Some exercises are focused on grammar and others on story telling creation. Finally, the goal is to ensure that at the end of the training, the teacher, the social worker, the pedagogue and anyone working in the psycho, peda, socio-educational environment has at their disposal a catalog of ideas to work with their target audience!

Goal


• Set up writing workshops through mutual help and the imagination sparked by others.
• Immerse yourself in techniques that develop knowledge of the other.
• Creation of stories through methodologies and techniques.
• Reading stories using constraints imposed on the target audience.
• Work on basic grammar in a fun way.

Am I a hand on a screen or a human being? (for youngsters)

“School administrators can’t say it’s up to the parents. Parents can’t say it’s up to the teachers. Teachers
can’t say it’s not their job. And kids can’t say, “I was too afraid to tell”. Every single one of us has to play
our role if we’re serious about putting an end to the madness. We are all responsible. We must be” –
Megan Kelley Hall (author of Dear Bully).
Bullying is, unfortunately, not a new issue. Indeed, bullying has existed for generations: us, our children,
our parents and even our grandparents.

So imagine, influencers coming to your school or youth house and explain youngsters that they were also bullied with true stories. And explaining them how influencers made to avoid bullying and how youngsters have to defend others passing this difficult moment through.

Do you think youngsters will give an ear to their favorite content creators ?