Pedagogy teaching approaches for Agroecology

Pedagogy teaching approaches for Agroecology

An important part of the MedCaravan project mission is that of extending agroecological knowledge beyond University scholars and the academic world, to cater for the needs of various types of actors within the agroecological systems. Quoting from the definition of UNESCO in 1997 Non-Formal Education can be defined as any organised and sustained educational activities that do not exactly correspond to the definition of formal education. Non-formal education may therefore take place both within and outside educational institutions, and cater to persons of all ages. Depending on country contexts, it may cover educational programmes to impart adult literacy, basic education for out-of-school children, life-skills, work-skills, and general culture. Non-formal education programmes do not necessarily follow the “ladder” system and may have differing durations, and may or may not confer certifica-tion of the learning achievement.

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The “Mediterranean Caravan: Learning and Sharing Agroecology – MedCaravan” project, supported by the European Union under the Erasmus+ Programme, is implemented between 2020 and 2023, by DEAFAL (Italy), Buğday Association for Supporting Ecological Living (Turkey), Zelena Tranzicija (Serbia), HSEP (Croatia), FCiencias. ID (Portugal) and URGENCI, the international network of all forms of Local Solidarity-based Partnerships for Agroecology (LSPAs). Project ID: 2020-1-IT02-KA204-079836


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