Reflect - Connect - Apply

Right to Play's Methodology >

A key aspect of Right To Play’s methodology is the experiential learning cycle. This methodological approach has been integrated into the practical activities of each unit of this module handbook.

Unit 1

Understanding Yourself >

It is often said that when seeking to promote social change the best place to start is with oneself. However, what is the connection between understanding oneself and intercultural education? What can psychological and educational sciences teach us about personal and professional identities, emotional regulation and psychological well-being? This first unit will guide you along this inward journey as a first step in promoting intercultural education.

Unit 2

Understanding Others >

Understanding others is at the heart of promoting intercultural education, which is facilitated by processes related to personal leadership, communication and collaboration. This unit, therefore, focuses on specific techniques to enhance key elements of communication between people and how to apply yourself as a leader to create positive development with the enviornments and people you work with interact.

Unit 3

Planning and Delivering Intercultural Education Sessions >

After exploring the importance of understanding yourself and understanding others, this unit aims to prepare coaches and physical education teachers to plan effective programs designed to contribute to intercultural education. However, what key concepts are important to consider when designing such programs? Which educational goals should be established? How should coaches and physical education teachers deal with conflicts that may emerge when working with people of diverse backgrounds?

Unit 4

Monitoring and Evaluating Intercultural Education Sessions >

An essential component of designing and delivering intercultural education programs is monitoring and evaluation. However, how do you go about monitoring and evaluating the success of your program? How do you define a focal problem, set specific goals and develop relevant indicators? This unit seeks to answer these questions by giving coaches and physical education teachers the knowledge and tools to measure, improve and learn from their intercultural learning sessions.


Practical Activities >

Additional activities
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