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1 International training course CATCHING BY GEOCACHING 15-23th of October How geocaching as a method can help to develop 8 EU life long learning competences? Communication in the mother tongue The ability to express thoughts, feelings and facts in words (oral/written) To be able to interact linguistically in an appropriate way What: Communication in the mother tongue is our ability to express thoughts, feelings and facts both orally or in writing (listening, speaking, reading and writing), and to interact with other people in an appropriate way in education and training, work, home and leisure. How: We need to have some knowledge of basic vocabulary and grammar. This includes an awareness of the main types of verbal interaction, a range of literary and non-literary texts and the main features of different styles and registers of language. We should also be aware that language can be different in different situations. Competence includes the skills to write and read different types of texts, search, collect and process information, use aids, formulate and express our own arguments in a convincing and appropriate way. To express and preserve cultural identity To speak in mother tongue in public places with in out of the country Communication helpful for changing our ideas, opinions Understanding the language properly Using body language It is relevant if GC is your mother tongue, but is difficult to improve this competence if your mother tongue is not a wildly used language for creating caches GC can be used as a tool to rise interest to the small languages Communication in foreign languages The ability to express yourself and understand a foreign language, according to your needs A positive attitude towards cultural differences and diversity Curiosity about languages and intercultural communication

2 What: Communication in a foreign language is closely linked to communication in our mother tongue: it is based on the ability to understand and express thoughts, feelings and facts orally or in writing at work, home, leisure, education and training according to our wants or needs. Communication in foreign languages also calls for skills such as mediation and intercultural understanding. How: We need some knowledge of vocabulary and functional grammar and an awareness of the main types of verbal interaction and registers of language. Knowledge of the rules of a foreign society and cultural awareness is very important. We should be able to understand spoken messages and to initiate, sustain and conclude conversations. Reading and understanding of texts according to our needs is important, as well as the skills to use aids and learn languages informally as part of lifelong learning. A positive attitude involves an appreciation of cultural differences and diversity, and an interest and curiosity in languages and intercultural communication. Cache can be written in different language Aim of the cache can be to learn foreign language To create a cache you work in multi-lingual groups To construct tasks, sentences, stories.. for cache so it can be understandable for foreigners If you are creating a cache in foreign language, you may need to educate yourself, by using creative expressions and other elements of fiction writing Jokes, ethic linguistic expressions can be used as a learning tool for intercultural learning Present some challenges Mathematical competence and basic competences in science and technology: The ability and willingness to use mathematical modes to deal with problems and challenges in everyday life The ability and willingness to use knowledge to explain the natural world, to identify questions and to draw evidence-based conclusions)

3 What: Mathematical competence is our ability to use addition, subtraction, multiplication, division and ratios in mental and written arithmetic to solve a range of problems in everyday situations. Process and activity is as important as the knowledge itself. How: Mathematical competence also involves the ability and willingness to use logical and spatial thinking and the presentation of formulae, models, graphs and charts. Scientific competence refers to our ability and willingness to use the knowledge and methodology employed to explain the natural world. This is essential in order to identify questions and to draw evidence-based conclusions. Competence in technology is viewed as the application of that knowledge and methodology in response to perceived human wants or needs. Both areas of this competence involve an understanding of the changes caused by human activity and responsibility as an individual citizen. Geocaching helps to develop this competence on the scale from 1 to not everything is based just on technology so you must follow your 6 th sense. 80 the relevance depends on the exact cache and exact place. What exactly? Cache could be prepared by using mathematical riddles or tasks. Also it could be prepared according to basic facts of physics In general GC is related to this competence moreover it contributes s to gain this competence naturally. ( you have to think how to go to the place what road to take, you have to manage your time and ways of watching the cache) GC could be used as a method to reach these competence for people with disabilities therefore sometimes it is necessary just to use GC with basic requirements to know how to know math so that those people could learn and improve their skills. Show the connection between GC technological possibilities and exploring basic science Motivation for learning, problem solving. Digital competence Is about the confident and critical use of Information Society Technology Basic skills to use computers and internet What: Digital competence involves the confident and critical use of Information Society Technology (IST) for work, leisure and communication. It is underpinned by basic skills: the use

4 of computers to retrieve, assess, store, produce, present and exchange information, and to communicate and participate in collaborative networks via the Internet. How: Digital competence requires a sound understanding and knowledge of the nature, role and opportunities of IST in everyday personal and social life as well as at work. This includes main computer applications such as word processing, spreadsheets, databases, information storage and management, and an understanding of the opportunities of the Internet and communication via electronic media ( , network tools) for leisure, information-sharing and collaborative networking, learning and research. But the reasonable use of Information Society Technology also requires a critical and reflective attitude towards the information available and responsible use of interactive media. geo emphasize using IST as a tool for self development develop responsibility, accurate use of social media active approach to technology technology as a tool to bring young people together to work and communicate in real life learning together in front of the technology we use technologies! We are not used from! new culture and old culture (of view the world and life mix each other technology is important but we don t have to forget to use also other skills combine information and store it on community website express yourself ability to combine different media (foto, video, text, hyperlinks and et.) to present your GC idea online use of common GIS device, laptop, internet, sound music players, cars, mobile phones et al., other devices for creating and looking for a chache international networking online, more people and come together. Learning to learn How to organise your own learning

5 To be able to deal with obstacles Being responsible for your own learning To evaluate/assess the outcomes of your learning What: Learning to learn is the ability to organise our own learning. It includes effective management of time and information, both for ourselves and in groups. We should also be aware of our learning process and needs and identify different opportunities available to learn. It means gaining, processing and assimilating new knowledge and skills as well as seeking and making use of guidance. Learning to learn encourages us to build on prior learning and life experience. Defining goals and topic and good preparation of GC Importance of working in a group Using our creativity Time management (own and groups) Developing idea to a project through different stages of individual/group work using gc Managing own skills Using different sources of knowledge in order to create gc (it, gps, history, eology, culture, language etc.) Learning how to use and combine old and new gained knowledge and skills in order to create gc Importance of guiding through gc Cooperation between students/youth and teachers/trainers through mutual learnin process Increasing motivation innovation for learning trough gc Geocaching enconage self development at geocacher (level at geocather how many geocaches he/she found) Geocaching it self can be very flexible and complex and help to learn for different learnings styles having people ( f.e. for people who like visualisatio, pictures help do learn) and participate.

6 Sense of initiative and entrepreneurship The ability to turn ideas into action To be creative and innovative To dare to take risks Project management What: These competences refer to our ability to turn ideas into action which is particulary important for youth work and youth initiatives. It includes creativity, innovation and risktaking, as well as the ability to plan and manage projects in order to achieve objectives. How: For the youth field, it is essential to know what kinds of opportunities are available for specific activities. Our skills should relate to proactive project management (involving skills such as planning, organising, managing, leadership and delegation, analysing, communicating, de-briefing and evaluating and recording). We should be able to work both as individuals and collaboratively in teams. Being able to identify one s strengths and weaknesses, and to assess and take risks as and when warranted is essential. An entrepreneurial and creative attitude is characterised by initiative, pro-activity, independence and innovation in one s personal and social life, as much as at work. It also includes motivation and determination to meet objectives. It works within process of creating a cache The proper cache should be creative & innovative It's responsibility because a lot of things can fail with in finding a cache Teamwork should be organised to reach entrepreneurship competence, because working alone on GC doesn't cooperate with GC Open eyes for new ways of working and other points of view Critical thinking Risk management Project management Critical education of working environment Business thinking -> cache story could become business

7 Cultural awareness and expression To appreciate the importance of creative expression of ideas, experiences and emotions Everything connected with media, music, performing arts, literature and visual arts What: Appreciation of the importance of the creative expression of ideas, experiences and emotions through a range of media, including music, performing arts, literature, and the visual arts. How: Cultural knowledge includes a basic knowledge of major cultural works, including popular contemporary culture as an important part of human history. It is essential to understand the cultural and linguistic diversity in Europe and the need to preserve it. Skills relate to both appreciation and expression. We should be able to express ourselves through a variety of media and as far as we are able with our own abilities and at the same time appreciate and enjoy works of art and performances. To appreciate the importance of creative expression of ideas, experiences and emotions. Everything connected with media, music, performing arts, literature and visual arts. CHALLENGES Linguistic diversity -> HOW TO OVERCOME? Geocache not with text but with pictures Video materials could be self-explanatory Music is self-explanatory Stop Motion Geographic distances (For example to bring people to remote areas in lost) -> HOW TO OVERCOME? External funding Learning through information Exchange Learning about a country through GC online community

8 Promote a GC-Holiday Emphasis on a Gift as intercultural exchange There s no limit in cache creation. You can express at all yourself and your culture. USED TECHNIQUES ( ACTIVE US ) Pictures with GC (Ask students to take pictures for compare perspectives) Storytelling with GC (create your own story for leave it in a cache) NEW IDEAS ( PASSIVE US ) USB cache (Placing USB drive in a cache with Audio/Video Materials like video, song, recipies, etc..) GC activity (creating caches as an intercultural experience). For Example making diverse groups work together GC search activity Social and civic competences The ability to communicate in an appropriate way with friends, family and colleagues To be able to deal with people from all kinds of different backgrounds To be able to deal with conflicts in a constructive way Knowledge of what is going on in your village, city, country, Europe and the world What: These competences might be the most important ones for the youth field. Many of them can be acquired by active engagement in any kind of youth work or volunteering. They cover all forms of behavior we might need to participate effectively in our social and working lives. Competences connected to a social context become more important as societies are more diverse now; they can help us to resolve conflicts where necessary. Civic competence equips us to fully

9 participate in civic life, based on knowledge of social and political concepts and structures and a commitment to active and democratic participation. How: Personal and social well-being requires knowledge and understanding of how we and our families can maintain good physical and mental health. For successful interpersonal and social participation, it is essential to understand the codes of conduct and manners generally accepted in different societies and environments (e.g. at work). We need an awareness of basic concepts relating to individuals, groups, work organisations, gender equality, society and culture. It is also important to understand different cultures and how a national cultural identity interacts with European identity. We need to be able to cope with stress and frustration and to express it in a constructive way and we also need to distinguish between the personal and professional spheres. It is important to have an interest in socio-economic development, intercultural communication, value diversity and respect others, and be prepared both to overcome prejudices and to compromise. What else: Civic competence is based on knowledge of the concepts of democracy, citizenship, and civil rights, including how they are expressed in the Charter of Fundamental Rights of the European Union and international declarations. We should know how these are applied by various institutions at local, regional, national, European and international level. Knowledge of main events, trends and agents of change in national, European and world history and the present is essential; and in particular specific knowledge of European diversity. How: We should be able to engage effectively with others in the public domain, and display solidarity and interest in solving problems affecting the local and wider community. These skills involve critical and creative reflection and constructive participation in our communities or neighbourhoods. They also involve decision-making at all levels from local to national and European level, in particular by voting. Full respect for human rights, including equality as a basis for democracy, and an appreciation and understanding of differences between value systems of different religious or ethnic groups lay the foundations for a positive attitude. These skills include showing a sense of belonging to one s locality, country or the EU. Constructive participation also involves civic activities, support for social diversity and cohesion and sustainable development, and a readiness to respect the values and privacy of others. to create international groups to share ideas to include special points of culture and similarities to find different interests among one or more social groups

10 to avoid prejudice experts with different backgrounds are important to get a connection to adapt to the target-group believing/trusting the other is a main principle of GC useful to express yourself: GC helps you to express yourself and no to be shy to be a part of something (society) that is not cold as facebook, a real community of sharing and being in a mood of intercultural citizenship More information about 8 EU lifelong learning competences: International training course Catching by GEOcaching :

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