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Best Practice Toolkit

Welcome to the Best Practice Toolkit! Here you will find a lot of materials related to teaching welding. Look for best practices, exercises, welding techniques, warm-ups, video materials, ideas, tips for workshops and much more!

This site is organized in 4 large chunks:

BEST PRACTICES: a collection of exercises and warm-ups and amy kind of best practice that would be useful in teaching. Each of these belongs in one or more Categories. The resources are arranged by competences. On the Best Practices pages you will find several tiles. One tile for one competence. Clicking on the tile will lead you the competence page. The competence page will list all resources belonging to that competence. If known, the origin of the best practice is provided.

CATEGORIES: categories for resources, exercises and warm-ups. Most resources are in more than one category, so the whole is a big spiderweb of references. On the categories page you will find links to all categories. For each category, a short description is given, along with the list of all resources in that category. For an example, take a look at Simulator! You will find all best practices regarding simulators we collected on the category page "Simulator".

GLOSSARY : this is a list of welding terms and basic concepts. These are referenced in the best practice/category descriptions. Glossary also contains translations of welding terms in all languages of the partners in Weldone community.

LINKS: this is a list of interesting links on books, articles, websites and other things that we used as reference in the best practices. And we list all the things that did not fit anywhere else. Most of these are in the best practice/category descriptions. References are planned to contain all the references to the origin of the materials listed by partners.

Source and License

The Best Practice Toolkit consists of html pages. You can use it freely as long as you do not claim that you wrote the content and do not ask for money for using it.
Both this site and its concept are based on the idea of the former version of the Improvisation Encyclopedia. According to the authors, the concept and the site can be used and modified freely.

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