Our programmes are modular and scalable, consisting of individual learning units. There are two types, core modules and learning extensions.
Core modules utilise the School’s NDAL methodology and generate their own oral and written content in the form of scenarios, discussions, papers, and talks. There are two kinds: reflexive and discursive ones. Reflexive modules are designed to support personal development and focus on the participants’ own life histories. Discursive ones are group-based and facilitate context-specific problem-solving and debate.
Learning extensions come in the form of theory modules, each consisting of a learning outcome description, presentation slides, lecture notes and a reading list. They are often, but not always, provided by an academic institution and can be repurposed material originally developed within the context of a degree programme.