The ‘TOY Handbook for tutors and course developers’ provides background information and guidelines for tutors, educators and course developers who wish to provide professional development for adults in intergenerational learning (IGL). The course described in the Handbook is based on the TOY approach to IGL which primarily focusses on young children and older adults. This […]
The TOY for Quality Programme Guidelines provide information for practitioners working with intergenerational learning initiatives who wish to assess and improve the quality of intergenerational learning services and programmes. The purpose of the TOY for Quality Programme is threefold: 1. to support improvements in the quality of existing intergenerational initiatives and services 2. to provide […]
The ‘TOY for Inclusion Toolkit – A step-by-step guide to creating inclusive Early Childhood Education and Care (ECEC) Play Hubs for all generations’, provides the necessary information to enable trainers and practitioners of different sectors to set-up and run play spaces for children, families and communities.
Together Old & Young: How should we live together? A spotlight on the benefits of contact between the youngest and the oldest citizens in our communities.
This academic peer-reviewed article on IGL and cultural transmission has been published on the Czech Journal ‘Studia Paedagogica’ Vol 21, No2 (2016).
A Training Manual for Intergenerational Learning Initiatives
A Guide to Community-based Intergenerational Initiatives in Europe
A colourful summary of the findings of the literature review available in 8 languages