Weekly outline

  • Introduction

    What is intercultural competence?

    Intercultural competence is a key working life skill in our highly networked world. Coaches, trainers, teachers and other instructors have daily encounters with diverse groups: young people from all around the world and varying socio-economic backgrounds. To ensure a culturally sensitive approach and inclusive groups, instructors need training and practice in intercultural competence. 

    The competence can be divided into three categories: 

    1. Knowledge: self-awareness, knowledge of other cultures and current global issues, and socio-linguistic awareness
    2. Skills: listening, observing, evaluating, empathy
    3. Attitudes: respect, openness and discovery, curiosity

    Throughout the project, we will keep these elements in mind aiming to develop all aspects of Intercultural Competence. 

    From: https://moktraining.squarespace.com/icy-project-erasmus

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            • Bibliografy