A.C.T.O.R. a fost la CONNECTOR- Cluj 18-24 noiembrie 2014

Clujul a gazduit in perioada 18-24 noiembrie 2014 cel mai mare eveniment international dedicat educatiei non formale: CONNECTOR 2014.

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Evenimentul organizat de ANPCDEFP impreuna cu Federatia SHARE si Primaria Cluj Napoca a gazduit aproximativ 300 de participanti din 30 de tari.

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In cadrul acestuia, toti participantii au putut prezenta, invata si experimenta timp de doua zile una dintre cele 16 metode de educatie non formala, printre care: origami –teatru, expozitie vie, storytelling, improvizatie, facilitare grafica, teatru forum, teatru labirint, etc.

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In cea de-a treia zi ni s-au alaturat si cei de la “Restart in educatie”,  alaturi de care am discutat in cadrul “NeConferintei” despre modalitatile in care educatia non formala poate influenta si imbunatati sistemul formal de educatie.

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Ultimile doua zile au fost dedicate prezentarii acestor metode in comunitate, participantii avand posibilitatea de a pune in practica ce au invatat in timpul atelierelor. In aceasta etapa s-a urmarit implicarea comunitatii invitandu-i nu doar la ateliere dar si la evenimente stradale: jonglerii cu foc, flashmob, spectacol de percutie cat si la petrecerile organizate special cu ocazia evenimentului.

A.C.T.O.R si Asociatia ASK ME a prezentat in cadrul acestui eveniment metoda Origami-teatru. Eugenia Barbu impreuna cu Andreea Vasilescu le-au propus participantilor la atelier (din Romania, Portugalia, Liban, Bulgaria si Grecia) o calatorie in lumea magica a plierii hartiei. Impreuna am descoperit felul in care arta origami poate fi folosita ca metoda de comunicare. Asadar am creat impreuna povesti origami (folosind obiecte pliate sau doar pasii de pliere ai figurinei) si piese de origami teatru in care participantii au manuit obiecte origami pentru a da viata personajelor.

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Participarea la acest eveniment ne-a oferit ocazia sa interactionam cu diferite organizatii si specialisti in educatie non formala dar si cu voluntari sau lucratori de tineret reusind astfel sa construim o imagine de ansamblu a felului in care metodele de educatie non formala si in special origami-teatru pot veni in sprijinul dezvoltarii personale si profesionale a tinerilor.

Articol de Andreea Vasilescu

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Cluj hosted between 18th and 24th of November 2014 CONNECTOR 2014, the biggest international event dedicated to non-formal education. The event, organized by ANPCDEFP with SHARE Federation and Cluj Napoca’s Town Hall, hosted approximately 300 participants from 30 countries.

In this, the participants could present, learn and experience in 2 days one of the 16 methods of non-formal education: origami-theatre, living exhibition, storytelling, improvisation, graphic facilitation, forum theatre, Labyrinth theatre etc.

In the third day, the members from “Restart in education” joined us, who we discussed with in the “NeConference” about the ways in which non-formal education can influence and improve the formal educational system.

The last 2 days were dedicated for presenting those methods to the community, the participants having the occasion to put into practice what they have learned during the workshops. In this stage, the involvement of the community was pursued, inviting them not only to the workshops, but also to the street events: fire juggling, flash mob, percussion show and parties organized for the event.

A.C.T.O.R. and ASK ME Association presented in this event the Origami-theatre method. Eugenia Barbu and Andreea Vasilescu suggested the participants at the workshop a journey in the magic world of paper folding. Together we discovered the way origami art can be used as a communication method. So we created together origami stories (using folded objects or just the folding steps of the figurine) and origami-theatre plays in which the participants handled the objects to ive life to the characters. 

The participation at this event gave us the chance to interact with various organizations and specialists in non-formal education but also with volunteers and youth workers so we could build a clear image of the way that non-formal education methods and especially origami-theatre can support the personal and professional development of the young ones.

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