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Adult Learning: a digital and methodological challenge

The pandemic has prompted people to check themselves, their skills and their limits. Many have acquired skills that usually would take years. Unfortunately, the reaction came only from those who had a good context to move around. Others were unable to react or did not respond to the demands of the change. This has only widen the gap between citizens of different countries, cultures and socio-economic conditions. 

There is the need of a system for adult training that takes account of these disparities and can provide motivation, triggers and continuous gratification:

- providing information, training and specialization paths using the trigger insertion technique to start the learning path of skills to reduce the digital and analogue but above all to raise awareness of the people of today's need to learn always and in every place for continuous growth as a person and as a worker, also creating greater mindfulness and self esteem.- at the base of skilling, reskilling and upskilling, Digital Skills pathways and "lifeways" must be a vision of sustainable, inclusive, flexible, adaptable and tailored pathways grounded in the principle of lifelong learning and tailored promotion strategies for Partnership with other global organization;A methodological approach can be making everyone have the perception of being at the center of everything- training system that follow children from birth to their position in the world of work and society and learning;- system based on Gamification, the perception of feedback generated by a given action and a constant comparison with the paths of studies, work and life of other countries;- learning management systems and remote communication systems are basic elements along with the integration of systems and services delivered in Server/Client mode;- artificial intelligence, Machine Learning, Big Data Analysis and Data Driven Communication as integral, helpful, harmonic and synergistic but not primary elements;The difference lies in the methods and methodologies by which the people who will benefit will be trained. We need to start from educators, families, children, low-skilled adult.So we have to create a strong collaborative culture growing up, starting from early age.

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