How to organize a Co-Pilots event
All participants in Pilots training courses can organise a training activity in their own institution, for their colleagues. This allows explainers to share their experiences from Pilots in their own language, and ensure that as many explainers as possible benefit from this best practice, in each participating institution. Here you can find the guidelines for the events organization and a template for a questionnaire of evaluation.Guidelines For Training Events Evaluation of Training Events
The Pilots project developed original tools and pedagogical material for the explainers training, focusing in particular on adult learners and science and society issues.
Pilots also gathered all information and references to publications, projects, and activities all around the world on facilitation and explainers training.
Here you can find a selection of these materials.
The Pilots partners produced an international multilingual commented bibliography on explainers’ role, status and training. This collection of titles was gathered also thanks to James Robert Bell, Karen Bultitude, Sebastiaan de Vet, Justin Dillon, Penny Fidler, Preeti Gupta, Dayna Leiton, Luz Lindegaard and Maritza MacDonald, Anne Richardson, who kindly sent us their suggestions. We would welcome proposals of additions to the bibliography. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org if you would like to contribute.International multilingual bibliography
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