chevron-down chevron-left chevron-right chevron-up home circle comment double-caret-left double-caret-right like like2 twitter epale-arrow-up text-bubble cloud stop caret-down caret-up caret-left caret-right file-text

EPALE - E-Plattform für Erwachsenenbildung in Europa

Ressource

Compendium for teachers of basic skills for adults

Sprache: EN
Document available also in: NL SK SL

Eingesandt von Marissa VAN DER VALK

The past few years partners from Spain, Turkey, the Netherlands, Germany and Norway worked on the SEA project: Specialization for European Teachers of Basic Skills for Adults. The overall aim of SEA was to improve the delivery of literacy & basic skills courses for adults through adequately trained teachers. Objectives were:

  • To gather expertise in the partner countries on competences needed for workers and volunteers in adult education in general and basic skills teachers in particular.

  • •To agree on a list of criteria training curricula, methods and materials should comply to in terms of knowledge and competences.

  • •To discuss current curricula, methods and materials used in partner countries, in relation to this list of criteria.

  • •To realize a list of recommendations on training content and curriculum for the training of basic skills teachers, both professionals and volunteers.

SEA was a Grundtvig Learning Partnership that brought together European researchers, teacher training institutions and education providers of basic skills training for adults from October 2013 until may 2015. There was also a narrow cooperation with the European Basic Skills Network (EBSN).

The list of recommendations on training content and curriculum for the training of basic skills teachers is now available. They can be found on EPALE or the SEA project website. On the project website is also a part for “other outcomes” like material descriptions, relevant research and relevant links.

Autor(en) der Ressource: 
ACEFIR,VOX,ACEV,DIE, Bureau Lidwien Vos de Wael
Datum der Veröffentlichung:
Mittwoch, 15 Juli, 2015
Sprache des Dokuments
Art der Ressource: 
Offene Bildungsressourcen
Land:
Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Epale SoundCloud Share on LinkedIn Share on email