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27 Jun

Baltic Summer School of Adult Educators “Non-traditional adult learning environment and forms”


On June 27-29, 2016 the fifth Baltic Summer School will be held in Lithuania.  Representatives of non-formal adult education organizations from Baltic countries are invited to take part on this event.

The main purpose of the meeting - to strengthen adult educators of Baltic countries cooperation. This objective will seek to share the adult teaching and learning methods, experiences, in social parties and informal.

Main organizers of the Baltic Summer School-2016 – Lithuanian Association of Adult Education and Zarasai educational assistance service.

In the preliminary program “Non-traditional adult learning environment and forms” there are those topics: non-formal adult learning in non-traditional spaces and its quality- theoretical thinking and practical tasks.

Participants of the Baltic Summer School will have possibilities to share their examples of non-traditional learning environain organis deadline 31 of Mayer School will have possibilities ment and/or examples of forms and to visit non-traditional adult learning spaces in Zarasai.


We invite you to participate!

Registration deadline is 31 of May, 2016.

Event Details
As planned
Event type
Organiser name
Lietuvos suaugusiųjų švietimo asociacija (LSŠA)
Contact details
+370 5 312309
Number of delegates
< 100
Target group
Academics, students, researchers in andragogy
Theme addressed
Aims and objectives
Aim of the BSS 2016 is to support the creativity of adult educators by using and adapting non-traditional spaces and forms for non-formal adult learning and its quality.
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