International Foundation For The Advancement OfReflective Learning And Teaching

Welcome To ARLT FOUNDATION

The International Foundation For The Advancement Of Reflective Learning And Teaching

The ARLT Foundation is a non-profit organisation, originally founded to promote reflective adult learning  programmes that encourage cultural understanding and tolerance. The ARLT foundation provides guidance and support to institutes, schools and organisations that are developing initiatives for tolerance and conflict resolution.

The ARLT Foundation presents highly regarded teaching programmes through the medium of Lectures and Distance & E-Learning to its students all over the world.  Through an innovative and progressive tuition model,  the ARLT Foundation promotes  reflective learning and teaching which encourages the development of a deep consciousness  in the individual of their  capacity for professional, academic and  personal growth.  The ARLT Foundation’s Reflective Learning Model is designed to kindle a passion for inspirational learning and is meeting the requirements of the 21st. century learner and teacher.

We Provide:

Educational programmes in the social sciences, peace studies and counselling and career based options
Scholarships for education in developing countries
Diploma and Certificate programmes in the social sciences through Distance Learning to students throughout the world
Grant assistance for adult education in members states of the European Union
Support to organisations involved in peace and tolerance initiative

 

We Aim To:

Make available a  strong support mechanism including, tutors,  advisors and counsellors to ensure our students  can gain valuable skills that greatly enhance employability and career options and prospects
Promote  new and innovative  reflective educational models
Help people to improve interpersonal communication and problem solving skills
Inspire communities to continue to work and study in the area of tolerance and intercultural understanding
Encourage the involvement of local communities in inter-cultural education
Improve self esteem, confidence and allow people to feel their uniqueness as well as respecting the rich diversity that exists in the world
Assist people to listen empathically and to communicate with authenticity in a caring world
Encourage the involvement of local communities in inter-cultural education
Challenge prejudicial myths and perceptions
Disseminate information on inter-cultural dialogue within organisations
Introduce people into an innovative community of learning and personal development where the seeds of the joy and love of learning are sewn

 

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A New Educational Model In Lifelong LEarning

The International Foundation for the Advancement of Reflective Learning and Teaching is proposing a new model for education in the 21st Century

The elements presented by the ARLT Foundation described in this framework are indispensible for not only participation and competiveness in the global economy but for the future of humanity. Education in the 21st century requires fundamental changes from the 19th century one. Despite the many new innovative ideas which have been incorporated into educational institutions, education remains predominantly an industrial model.  The way schools and colleges educate students have fundamentally  not changed   in decades, yet the world has changed tremendously. The requirements of the global economy require dramatically different approaches  and education systems at all levels are failing to respond.

ARLT - New Educational Model Necessity For Creativity in 21st Century Learning
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Motivation for E-Learning/ Distance Education. Is it for me?
Taking the first step is often the most difficult.

Student Awarded First Class Honours
"The programme brought awarness and understanding to my life"

 

  • Alexander Woode, Ghana. First Class Honours

  • Alex Bogomoletz, France. First Class Honours

  • Anita Beloiu, Romania. First Class Honours

  • Benedicta Attoh, Nigeria. Honours

  • Catherine Rodgers, Great Britain. First Class Honours

  • Christell Lindberg, Sweden. Second Class Honours

  • Evelyn Jackson, Ireland. First Class Honours

  • Falak Chikhou, Libya. Second Class Honours

  • Gemma Holland, United Kingdom

  • Joseph Rivera-Bargallo, Spain. Second Class Honours

  • Justy Francis, India. Second Class Honours

  • Juergen Ehrmann, Germany. First Class Honours

  • Lawrence Hughes, Spain. First Class Honours

 

 

Address:

ARLT Foundation,
The Equinox, 
J.P Coenstraat 7,
The Hague 2595 WP,
The Netherlands.

For ARLT-Foundation's network of international education support offices with student counsellors and telephone helplines in several countries, SEE: : 'Contact Us' page

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