Combining methods, techniques or resources, especially face-to-face and distance learning (including electronic resources), and applying them in an interactively meaningful learning environment. Learners should have easy access to different learning resources in order to apply the knowledge and skills they learn under the supervision and support of the teacher inside and outside the classroom.
The added value of education and training for individuals and the society.
- benefits of education and training can be private, i.e. received by individual persons or enterprises, or public, benefiting a whole region, economy or society;
- benefits can be monetary (e.g. wages), economic (e.g. employment, productivity, growth) or non-monetary (e.g. health, well-being, social cohesion; reduced criminality).
The skills needed to live in contemporary society, e.g. listening, speaking, reading, writing, mathematics and ICT.
Similar to ‘basic skills’ or literacy and numeracy, but suggesting a primary focus on education, and a broad curriculum rather than literacy and numeracy as skills.
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