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| 29 June 2020
| by Katarzyna Liwak...

Instytucje kultury coraz częściej realizują różne przedsięwzięcia metodą projektową. Niezależnie od źródła finansowania o powodzeniu projektów niemal zawsze decyduje utrzymanie określonych standardów. „Kreatywnie i skutecznie. Zarządzanie projektami w kulturze” to praktyczny przewodnik dla pracowników sektora kultury, który upowszechniania wiedzę i dobre praktyki w zakresie realizacji projektów.

Anita Rappauer

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| 29 June 2020
| by EPALE Moderator

Anita's project Invisible Talents shows the tremendous creativity elderly men and women are using to get through the COVID-19 crisis and also the fact that many older people are still living their lives to the fullest despite spending more time at home. Their videos aim to inspire as many people as possible to (re)discover and make use of their own talents.

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| 29 June 2020
| by EPALE Österreich
Maris Mägi und Katariina Kurina (Tartu Environmental Education Centre, Estonia) presented the Erasmus+ project “F.O.O.D: Finding Ourselves in Obscure Diversity/Green Public Events“ during the EPALE Online Conference 2020 held from June 17-18, 2020. You can find the presentation here.

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| 29 June 2020
| by Esra Telli

In combating pandemics, more can be gained by changing citizens’ behaviours than by relying solely on the medical route. In the current COVID-19 pandemic, the struggle to contain the outbreak and push back new infection figures will ultimately be won by training citizens how to avoid creating secondary transmission chains. The COVID-19 pandemic highlights the relationship between individual behaviour and group risk. Mass training of all social strata of a country’s entire population is therefore critical in mitigating the pandemic.

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| 28 June 2020
| by Hakan YANDIM

In response to the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) pandemic, 107 countries had implemented national school closures by March 18, 2020. It is unknown whether school measures are effective in coronavirus outbreaks (eg, due to severe acute respiratory syndrome [SARS], Middle East respiratory syndrome, or COVID-19). We undertook a systematic review by searching three electronic databases to identify what is known about the effectiveness of school closures and other school social distancing practices during coronavirus outbreaks. We included 16 of 616 identified articles.

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| 28 June 2020
| by Hakan YANDIM

Through hands-on experience and reviewing the literature, two instruction librarians explore and model best practices in incorporating technology into teaching, assessing and communicating with non-traditional adult students. Session content is applicable for face-toface, blended, and online instructors. Attendees will walk away with a toolkit of resources, best practices, and further readings.

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| 28 June 2020
| by Stanisław Augustyn

Informacja oraz materiały upowszechniające ze szkolenia „Job shadowing” 12 nauczycieli Zespołu Szkół Elektronicznych w Rzeszowie, które odbyły się w UTB Nord,  Overtornea w Szwecji w ramach projektu Erasmus+ "Lepszy start – europejskie praktyki zawodowe”.

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| 27 June 2020
| by Hakan YANDIM

The aim of this study is to examine the benefits of the participation of elderlies in the lifelong learning courses and activities offered by local governments in the context of active aging. The study group was composed of 40 volunteer elderly aged 60 years and above participating in the courses and activities organized at the Elderly Clubs located in Kuşcağız, Planet and Pursaklar affiliated by Ankara Metropolitan Municipality. Qualitative research method was applied and in-depth interviews were conducted using semi-structured questionnaires in this study.

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| 27 June 2020
| by Hakan YANDIM

The aim of this study is to determine the educational demands of the adults attending Public Education Centers in Ankara and the variables that are determinative on these demands. The study group of this study, which uses the screening model, consists of the trainees attending the courses opened by the Public Education Centers operating in Ankara city center in the 2018-2019 academic year.

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| 27 June 2020
| by Hakan YANDIM

According to the Basic Law of National Education, there are a number of characteristics that are required to be found in the individuals who are trained. These are listed as citizenship education, personality training and vocational training. After 12 years of compulsory education, the optional education process begins. Individuals receive higher education or non-formal education according to their preferences. Adult education continues throughout life. Deviant behaviors, complaints, lawsuits and crime rates have been rising in Turkey especially in recent years.

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| 27 June 2020
| by Hakan YANDIM

Living happily is one of the important wishes of people. Happiness in psychology is addressed by the concept of subjective well-being. Subjective well-being means an individual’s judgment by evaluating his/her life and includes positive effect, negative effect and life satisfaction dimensions. In the studies, related variables with high-level subjective well-being are shown in a wide range, from coping with stress to being a better citizen. The purpose of this study is to test the effectiveness of the subjective well-being training program on adults.

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| 27 June 2020
| by Hakan YANDIM

This study aims to investigate the social media addiction levels of the adults in the Çay/ Afyon according to their gender, age, marital status, monthly income levels, social media tools they use most frequently, social media usage purposes and daily social media usage periods. The study group consisted of 200 adults aged 30-70 years old in the Çay/ Afyon. The Personal Information Form and the Social Media Addiction Scale - Adult Form were employed as data collection tools.

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| 27 June 2020
| by Hakan YANDIM

This study has been done to the purpose of the revealing the similarities and the diffecences by comparing Singapore, Finland and Japan that have successful results in PISA (Programme for International Student Assessment) exam with Turkey in terms of adult education.Qualitative research method was adopted in the research; comperative scanning method was used.When the adult education systems of the countries are analyzed, it is seen that the education policies of all of the mare determined from the top of one hand depending on certain ministries.

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| 27 June 2020
| by Hakan YANDIM

Adult education is an element of lifelong education and learning system and is an inseparable part of lifelong education. Adult education helps the individual to live in harmony with himself, the society and the environment, and helps individuals to gain personality. In adult education, education given to individuals should be of a quality that improves the lives of individuals in a positive way, encourages individuals to apply the information they've learned and teaches them to question the facts of life.

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| 27 June 2020
| by Hakan YANDIM

Turkey offers a range of compliance activities to facilitate compliance with irregular ways entering our country and applying for international protection status with Afghanistan citizens with the Syrian persons under the Temporary Protection. Most of all is Turkish language teaching. After determining the level of children and young people in formal education age, they are placed in the schools in their settlements and Turkish language education is provided for adults who are out of school age, especially in Public Education Centers.

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| 27 June 2020
| by Hakan YANDIM

This study aims to reveal the factors that is determinative in educational demands of adults. The participants of this study in which General Survey Model was used consists of 247 people being over the age of 25 and enrolling in the educational activities of the Public Training Center (PTC) in Ankara (city-centre) in 2018-2019 Academic Year. Descriptive statistics such as percentage, frequency, median value, standard deviation were used to analyze the data as well as T-test and ANOVA tests to analyze the relations in the data set.

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| 26 June 2020
| by Thierry Ardouin

La Fédération de la formation professionnelle (FFP) a confié au cabinet Asterès la réalisation d'une étude sur le rôle du développement des compétences dans la relance de l’économie et son adaptation aux transformations structurelles nécessaires que sont le numérique et l’écologie.

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| 26 June 2020
| by Thierry Ardouin

Le Centre Inffo, dans sa collection « Dossiers documentaires » propose dossier qui reprend un ensemble d’articles, d’exemples et de réflexions sur la gestion, la gouvernance et les évolutions des organismes de formation.

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| 26 June 2020
| by CONEDU Austria

Innerhalb der Erwachsenenbildung gibt es in Österreich ein breites Feld an beruflichen Tätigkeiten: TrainerIn, Lehrende, BildungsmanagerIn, BildungsberaterIn oder BibliothekarIn. Im Dossier "Erwachsenenbildung als Beruf" finden Interessierte Infos zu Kompetenzen, Jobeinstieg, Ausbildung, rechtlichen Grundlagen und Möglichkeiten des Netzwerkens.

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| 26 June 2020
| by Katre Savi

OSKA ärindushariduse 2020. aasta aprillis valminud metaanalüüs pakub tervikpilti ärinduse ja halduse ning majandusteaduse õppe vaatepunktist. Analüüs annab ülevaate õppes toimunud muutustest ja arengust ning koondab ja sünteesib varasemate OSKA uuringute põhjal ärinduse ja halduse ning majandusteaduse erialadega seotud kutsealade tööturunõudluse ning nõudluse-pakkumise tasakaalu hinnangu.

Anđela Jakšić-Stojanović

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| 26 June 2020
| by EPALE Moderator

It is no surprise that all the epidemics in the past have changed the course of history to a greater or lesser extent. Empires were established while others disappeared under the outbreaks of the plague, cholera and many other diseases. Wars were fought or ceased, borders between countries changed, the influence of religions grew stronger…Why should it be different this time? Changes are inevitable. The only question is whether we will be able to adapt to them in time.

Magdalena Đurasek

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| 26 June 2020
| by EPALE Moderator

Magdalena is 25 years old and she is currently working as an external associate at the Centre for Lifelong Learning and Culture Bjelovar where she teaches Italian to adult students. Taking into account both my professions, when learning a foreign language, I often talk about the customs and way of life of the country whose language I teach. "We learn a language, whether native or foreign, primarily through contact and communication with other people because we are social beings. So how now, when we are forbidden to be social, are we supposed to cling to learning, and teaching, a foreign language?"

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