toolbox world wide web

 

Name of the tool

Train with Tickle-tools”. Adopting Tickle-tools in a multicultural teacher training course   

Links to the keystones
attitudes, awareness, knowledge

Aim of tool/ Brief overall description
Giving examples how TICKLE toolbox can be used in designing a curriculum for a multicultural/intercultural teacher training course.

 

Main methods

  • Searching for adaptable tools for enriching an existing curriculum.
  • Fitting appropiate tools for different learning outcomes (competences)

 

 

Description of the process and the possible stepping stones

  • A general overview of the learning outcomes of the chosen courses of the training program.
  • A general overview of the TICKLE-tools.
  • Finding the appropriate tools.
  • Adopting them for the chosen courses.

Instruments

    • The curriculum of Multicultural teacher training, a minor of 40 ETC-s.
    • The general competence list for Hungarian teacher training.
    • Chart of competences developed during the whole training programme
    • Examples of course-plans
    • Sources of main literarure
    • Course multicultural schools
    • Curriculum intercultural course

     

Equipment

  • PC
  • Internet-connection

 

References

  • Gorski, Paul C.: Complicity with Conservatism: The De-politicizing of Multicultural Education http://www.edchange.org/multicultural/papers.html
  • Torgyik Judit – Karlovitz János Tibor (2006): Multikulturális nevelés. Bölcsész Konzorcium, Budapest. http://mek.oszk.hu/04800/04802
  • Joseph P. Forgas (1986): Interpersonal Behaviour the Psychology of Social Interaction. Pergamon, Sidney. (In Hungarian: Forgács József (Forgas, Joseph P)(1993): A társas érintkezés pszichológiája. Gondolat kiadó, Budapest.
  • Forray R. Katalin – Hegedűs T. András (2003): Cigányok, iskola, oktatáspolitika. (Gipsies, shools, educational policies.) Oktatáskutató Intézet. Új Mandátum, Budapest.

 

Author
Mária Nagy

Zsolt Mogyorósi

 

Institution

Eszterházy Károly College, Eger, Hungary