“Youth workers guide for digital social inclusion of young people with fewer opportunities” was produced within the project F.O.R.Z.A. acronym for Fewer Opportunities Rethinking Z to A and developed to introduce youth workers and other practitioners like trainers and peer educators to digital practices of collecting data and thus creating individual learning curricula targeted to young people.
The guide covers four main topics:
- Extracting entry data from information available in applications and social media for concrete project application from prospective
- Design and implementation of individual learning curricula.
- Strategic use of tools for directing feedback and evaluation.
- Use of feedback and evaluation data for the design of learning curricula.
“Youth workers guide for digital social inclusion of young people with fewer opportunities” is based on activities and materials derived from the practical experiences of its authors through the work with young people but also existing resources, research, analyses and methods.
The guide is relatively short and should be read in its entirety to give an overview of the various aspects of digital data collection practices. Youth workers can then refer specifically to particular sections as required and use the good practices of the authors to better understand the digital tools suggested in this guide.
This guide was created as a part of the project “Fewer Opportunities Re-thinking Z to A F.O.R.Z.A.” funded with the support of the Erasmus+ program of the European Union, through Key Action 2 – KA220-YOU – Cooperation partnerships in youth.