How Adults Learn?

This document is addressed to trainers, adult resource managers and leaders in general. The material discusses principles of how adults learn and what methods can be used to improve learning of adults in Scouting. The document presents some theoretical knowledge that can support trainer's theories and practices which they use in adults trainings. It can be of use when starting the Training System renewal or any time one designs a training opportunity.

The Mission of Scouting

Taken from the European Scout Symposium, held in Slovenia, January 2000. An in-depth look at the mission of Scouting.

This Euro.Scout.Doc was created after the European Symposium, which was aimed to ensure the European Scout Region followed up on decisions taken at the 35th World Scout Conference. It takes a look at the mission, defining it and describing its strengths and weaknesses. It also looks at practical implementations of the mission in NSAs and European partnerships.

Animer Spi

Jeux sur le développement spirituel

« SPI », comme dans « spiritualité » ou « développement spirituel ». Des mots qui effraient ? Non, des mots qui donnent matière à réflexion et le choix des valeurs personnelles.

Il vous appartient d’organiser une activité « SPI », dans votre groupe, votre conseil local, votre réunion régionale… Les pages de ce « guide spirituel » fourniront de nombreuses informations, références et activités à organiser avec votre groupe. Lancez-vous !

Games on Spiritual Development

“SPI”, as in “spirituality” or “spiritual development”. Frightening words? No. Words that give food for thought and a choice in personal values. It is your challenge to organise a SPI activity, in your group, your local programme council, your regional meeting… Through the pages of this “spiritual handbook” you will find a lot of information, references and activities to organise with your group. Just go for it! All local and regional leaders are capable of organising a SPI activity. Published in conjunction with Scouts et Guides Pluralistes de Belgique.

Would they notice if we weren’t here? The value of impact assessment in Scouting

Euro.Scout.Doc on impact assessment
This document will take us through the thinking process behind the importance of measuring and evaluating actions and activities and then using these results to assess whether or not you are making an impact. It is not a recipe for how to measure, evaluate and assess your impact; it simply explains why you should and points you in the right direction.

Patrol System Board Game

Board game for young people to play in Patrols.

Among the elements of the Scout Method, the Patrol System is one of the most important, as it emphasizes peer education and collaboration as well as strengthening social skills, leadership and involvement in decision making.

The “Patrol Game” is a board game that two or more Scout age patrols can play and learn more about themselves as teams, as well as exploring their strong and weak points.

Model Workshop on Quality

The aim of the document is to provide an approach and tools to begin the process of reflecting and improving the levels of service provided by NSO/As to their membership and society.

We expect that those using the document will:

Guidelines on Partnership

Monitoring, Evaluating, Sustaining
Guidelines on developing and maintaining partnerships in Guiding and Scouting.

Produced by the Europe Region WAGGGS and the European Scout Region, this document shows how different forms of partnership are actively used in Guiding and Scouting Associations around Europe. Approaching partnerships from a broad perspective, it offers ideas on how best to form them within Scouting and Guiding and, also, externally. Above all, the Guidelines provide practical tips on how to initiate, maintain and follow through a partnership.

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