Our Train-the-Integral-Trainer TIT™ is based on the integral approach to education and the AQAL model AQAL model. This model incorporates four major dimensions of human activity: effectiveness, efficiency, people wellbeing and culture combined with the levels of human and organisational development. It not only provides an Integral Map that enables you to gain a more comprehensive understanding of any issue, but using an Integral Approach can help you to facilitate greater self awareness. It all helps you to gain a strong foundation in critical training skills and deliver powerful training!
2016 we flipped our Train-the-Integral-Trainer TIT™ to personalise learning to all participants and make them take ownership of their learning! Following the latest design trends we use fantastic Google Classroom LMS tool. Our videos, presentations, and other material is now delivered to our participants outside of meeting rooms using Google simple end elegant interface. It is easy to set up, saves time and enhances communication around the world.
This course is ‘self-paced’, which means that you can follow your own rhythm in terms of studying and practicing what is offered. You can also decide how far or how deeply you want to go with the provided material, as well as which of your personal strengths and characteristics you want to bring to it and develop. The entire course material is available online.
You are not sure what it is all about and need more information? Please join us on our monthly webinar: interkultura online and get the information you need. To get an access and more information please drop us a line E-Mail
How Do You Access Our E-learning Train the Integral Trainer?
- Sign in to Classroom at classroom.google.com.
- On the homepage, click Add Join class.
- Enter the code and click Join.
To get a code for your free trail please use our form or send us just line E-Mail we will send you a free code per mail which allow you to get the access to the Introduction to the Integral Approach Module.
An Integral approach to education means that we include multiple perspectives. It seeks to understand the subjective experience of others and to find value in those, and offer an effective tool to transform ourselves, serve our students, and create multidimensional curriculum. Integral education attempts to discover how the many partial truths of educational philosophies and methods inform and complement each other in a coherent way, while acknowledging that the whole truth is still evolving and can never be completely captured.
Integral education attempts to discover how the many partial truths of educational philosophies and methods inform and complement each other in a coherent way, while acknowledging that the whole truth is still evolving and can never be completely captured.
The Integral model provides an effective template to design pedagogy, classroom activities, evaluations, courses and curriculum. Drawing on the five elements of quadrants, levels, lines, states, and types, an educator can be sure to include more essential aspects of educational space than most current approaches.
Our Train the Integral Trainer Program:
- includes approaches to education from biological, neurological, societal, cultural, psychological, and spiritual fields of study;
- involves considering the individual and collective aspects of teachers and students, as well as the interior and exterior modes of experience and reality;
- considers the many developmental lines in a human being – cognitive, emotional, somatic, interpersonal, artistic, moral, spiritual and others;
- understands that these lines evolve in stages, or levels, such as pre-conventional, conventional, and post-conventional, and that each human being passes through these levels and cannot skip any one;
- also acknowledges the importance for an individual’s development and motivation of states of consciousness;
- Lastly, it considers types, people’s enduring tendencies and inclinations towards, for example, introversion or extroversion; agency or communion; and orderliness or spontaneity.
- Theoretical short lectures and multimedia presentation
- Communication exercises. We learn how to improve cross-cultural communication.
- Case studies – based on specific culture. A case study is a description of a realistic situation including sufficient detail of the perspectives of the different characters to make it possible for the participants in a training program to analyse the problems involved and to determine possible solutions.
- Simulation of real situations – participants will take over the different roles. Simulation games and role plays. The major and most appropriate purpose of a role play is skill building. It is a training activity where participants take on characteristics of people other than themselves in order to learn how to interact in specific situations with members of a specific culture.
- Interactive video exercises (viewing recorded situations at work and analysing the different approaches
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