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Renfrewshire Peer Education Training
Transcript of Renfrewshire Peer Education Training
THIS IS US
THIS IS YOU
"The best laid schemes o' mice an' men gang aft agley."
Peer Education is a term widely used to describe a range of initiatives where people from a similar age group, background, culture and/or social status inform and engage each other about a variety of issues.
Peer education is an attempt to structure the natural learning among peers more systematically.
John Turnball, 2001
PROS + CONS
Do you know about peer education?
Do you think it's a good method?
How confident do you feel at the thought of delivering?
What issues effect your life?
What issues effect your community?
How do you feel about
drugs/alcohol/tobacco/bullying/sexual health/knife crime/sectarianism/homelessness?
STAND UP TO SECTARIANISM
"aN EXPERT IS SOMEONE WHO TAKES SOMETHING YOU ALREADY KNOW AND MAKES IT SOUND CONFUSING."
- EVAN ESAR
PERSONAL DEVELOPMENT :
PEER EDUCATOR EVALUATION
PEER EDUCATEE EVALUATION
DEALING WITH CHALLENGING BEHAVIOUR
PEER EDUCATOR EVALUATION
what's in it for me?
... ensures young people develop motivation and enthusiasm for learning through participative and rewarding engagement.
... enables all young people to use and improve their literacy and communication skills by providing opportunities to debate with and present to their peers.
... encourages young people to think creatively by giving them the opportunity to input how sessions are designed and delivered.
... supports young people to build their self-esteem through using their skills and experience to educate others.
... fosters ambition by supporting young people to set and reach personal goals.
... gives young people the opportunity to have a say on a topic relevant to them, and to challenge their peers.
... supports young people to develop respect for others by showing how to challenge attitudes respectfully and to value different opinions.
... builds skills of communication, debate, negotiation and compromise.
... enables young people to develop informed ethical views on complex issues by encouraging debate and evidence-based responses.
... offers young people ownership of their own learning and the opportunity to face and overcome unexpected challenges.
... requires young people to communicate in different ways and in different settings to develop and deliver sessions.
... allows young people to create and develop their own resources.
experiences and outcomes
a crash course in training
your young volunteers
to be peer educators