The SUPEER LAPP
The SUPEER Learning-APP is a Web-APP that functions as a store of all the analytical findings, programmes, training, pedagogical resources and materials developed, implemented and tested within the SUPEER project.
The aim of this Web-APP is to provide an interactive and easily accessible tool that can be used transnationally from young people as well as trainers, educators and facilitators, in order to enhance peer-to-peer learning for a sustainable integration of all young people from different cultural and social backgrounds. For this purpose, the Web-APP contains booklets on core concepts for an inclusive society, such as active citizenship, youth empowerment, social and cultural capital, peer learning and intercultural issues; interactive materials and exercises, guidelines and tools for the implementation of peer-to-peer youth programmes and guidelines for the development of networks of young people.
This Web-APP is divided into 3 section:
Finally, this Web-APP will include a badge system that will be awarded to users who will successfully complete the Individual interactive learning, thus certifying the new knowledge and competences acquired.
This Learning Web-APP contains a set of tools, materials and information for trainers or educators who work with young people aged 16-30 and who come from different cultural and social backgrounds or are from different nationalities, aimed at helping trainers and educators in setting up an inclusive community through the enhancement of mutual intercultural understanding among young peers.
Through the Individual Interactive Learning section, young people can learn more about the importance of active citizenship, youth empowerment, peer-to-peer learning, cultural and social capital, and the linking of these topics to the integration process of young people, downloading or consulting online, the 4 booklets within it. Other than the 4 booklets, in the same section there are several interactive materials that can help young people to better internalise these concepts; in fact, thanks to the interactive nature of these materials, young people will have the opportunity to test their new knowledge through short quizzes and games, and once the exercise is completed, they will receive a badge that certify their level of knowledge and skills acquired with the booklets and demonstrated through the interactive exercises.
A peer-to-peer intercultural programme can be implemented in order to broaden competences and to set up an inclusive space for these young people. The Peer to Peer Programme Methods section provides all the useful information, materials and non-formal activities as well as guidelines on how to implement a peer-to-peer programme for young people from different cultural backgrounds. From the recruitment phase up to the actual working phase, in this section, for each implementation stage, there are various tools from which you can choose the one that best suits your purpose and implementation environment.
The implementation of a peer-to-peer programme lets young people understand and learn more about others and about themselves, about how to communicate in a respectful and productive way, about what interculturality means and what are the main intercultural competences, making a step forward to their sustainable and mutual integration.
Finally, the Programme Guidelines section, through the presentation of previous experiences, lessons learnt, advice and guidelines, provide additional help and support for the implementation of such programes. Moreover, it helps build-up a Network for young peers, whose aim is to make the peer-to-peer connection, the mutual understanding and knowledge, a long-lasting, fundamental element for an effective and sustainable integration of all young people. A network as a supportive and welcoming community.
Here useful materials can be found to learn more about core concepts related to a sustainable and mutual integration between young people from different cultural backgrounds, though booklets and interactive materials on concepts such as active citizenship, youth empowerment, peer learning and integration, cultural and social capital, peer mentoring and intercultural issues. These materials are addressed to young people as well as trainers, educators and facilitators dealing with young people from different cultural and social backgrounds.
Here, useful activities and procedures can be found for the development and implementation of an intercultural youth peer-to-peer programme in each stage, from the recruitment of participants up to the actual working phase. These materials are addressed to trainers, educators and facilitators that want to implement such programmes.
Here, general guidelines can be found for the implementation of intercultural youth peer-to-peer programmes and networks, with tips and advice deriving from lessons learned from previous implemented programmes. This material is addressed to trainers, educators and facilitators that want to develop a youth network programme.