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| 20 January 2021
| by Magdalena Soliman

In the last decades, in response to the large numbers of children with conduct disorders and the shortage of professional personnel, there has been an increasing emphasis on training parents as therapists for their own children. Parents who have children with disabilities are often reported to have physical and psychological distress related to caring for their children. Children with behavioral disabilities may manifest a wide range of difficulties in social adjustment and/or social communication and social relationships.

Sarah Bossaert

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| 19 January 2021
| by EPALE Moderator

"I am particularly pleased to be able to support our centres for adult education throughout Flanders in their continuous pursuit of high-quality education for adults, especially for vulnerable target groups. When it comes to education in times of Corona, the primary focus is on compulsory education. Less attention is paid to adult education, but for many students in adult education, it is just as important and present in their lives as it is among pupils."

Homam Karimi

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| 19 January 2021
| by EPALE Moderator

"The world is changing faster than ever before. To remain successful as an organisation, you have to keep up with these changing circumstances. We, at Studytube help employees achieve their full potential. We facilitate and encourage optimum learning within organisations and remove obstacles for growth and development in order to become a learning organisation. For us, the increase in the number of online training courses was a sign to give not only our clients, but everyone in the Netherlands the opportunity to develop their skills during this time."

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| 20 January 2021
| by EPALE Moderator

Their right to education is being violated and it is unacceptable. The third International Day of Education will be marked on Monday 25 January 2021 under the theme ‘Recover and Revitalize Education for the COVID-19 Generation. Now is the time to power education by stepping up collaboration and international solidarity to place education and lifelong learning at the centre of the recovery.

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| 18 January 2021
| by Altheo VALENTINI

Nurturing your own passions is definitely the most effective way to keep learning at any age, but it becomes even more relevant as you grow older, when you have more time on your hands. What about if that talent that you have never completely expressed and shared with the rest of the world could become your main driver for active ageing?

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| 15 January 2021
| by Nýheimar Þekkin...

The Kick-off Meeting of the project Digital skills and competences of local communities in rural areas which usually goes by the name Digital Communities was held on November 20th, 2020. The project is funded by the Erasmus+ programme of the European Commission, Key Action 2: Cooperation for innovation and exchange of good practices – Strategic Partnerships.

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| 14 January 2021
| by Altheo VALENTINI

As the COVID-19 pandemic continues, older people are particularly at risk of feeling isolated or they may simply have more time on their hands than others. Language exchanges abroad are being partly suspended, making practicing foreign languages even more difficult for young people who would have otherwise been able to organise a trip abroad or attend a structured language course in another EU country. ShareAmi allows young people who want to practice their French the chance to improve while promoting the active engagement of older people at risk of isolation and social exclusion.

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discussions

| 3 December 2020
| by EPALE Moderator

How can educational initiatives best address the basic skills needs of people in prisons? What are the major benefits and challenges of basic skills training in prisons? The discussion will take place on 17 December (Thursday) starting at 14.00 CET and finishing at 16.00 CET and will be introduced by a 20-minute long live stream with international experts who share their experiences in the theme which is followed by an online discussion until 16.00 CET.

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discussions

| 23 November 2020
| by Vivianne Ruohola

Torstaina 26. marraskuuta klo 11.00-17.00 Suomen aikaa, EPALE järjestää online-keskustelun aiheesta monimuoto-oppiminen aikuiskoulutuksessa. Keskustelu järjestetään nyt täysin uudella formaatilla, jossa tilaisuus alkaa 30 minuutin suoralla verkkolähetyksellä, jonka aikana ja jälkeen keskustelua jatketaan EPALEn verkkoalustalla.

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discussions

| 17 November 2020
| by EPALE Moderator

Within this context, on Thursday 26 November 2020, starting from 10 a.m. until 4 p.m. CET, EPALE will be hosting an online discussion on blended learning in adult education. The discussion will have a brand new format, starting at 10 with a 30 minutes live streaming, accompanied and  followed by the discussion on the platform’s comments. 

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| 9 November 2020
| by Nika Jalšovec

Erasmus Plus and mobility projects can be an extremely valuable way to travel, know people, visit new cultures. But, at the same time, travelling means contributing to pollution... How can this intrinsic contradiction be solved? Jump to Job partners decided to commit to minimizing the pollution generated by the project and signed together with the Project Environmental Impact protocol. Small measures that will help make Jump To Job! a project that not only supports people with disabilities employment but also respects the environment as much as possible.

resources

| 20 January 2021
| by Magdalena Soliman

The handbook is one of the results of training activities of the Erasmus+ project "Extanding Social Educators Competences" (ESEC). The aim of the ESEC project was to realize an innovative parent training programme for parents of children with behavioral disabilities in order to extend and develop the current competence and skills of both social educators and support teachers.

resources

| 19 January 2021
| by Andreja Dobrovoljc

According to Adult Education Act (AEA-1), which was adopted in 2018, guidance in adult education is the subject of the public service in this field in Slovenia. In order to ensure quality performance of guidance, in June 2020, the Expert Council of the Republic of Slovenia for Adult Education adopted the Guidelines for Implementing Adult Education Guidance as a Public Service.

resources

| 16 January 2021
| by Katerina STRANI
Intercultural Training for Educators is the result of a European Commission Erasmus+ grant we were awarded 2 years ago, with partners from the UK, Finland, Italy and Greece. We started out looking at refugee and newly arrived migrant learners, but our needs analysis research showed that educators of migrant adult learners more broadly (including international students) felt that they did not have the tools to support learners or manage intercultural classrooms.
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