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EPALE - Electronic Platform for Adult Learning in Europe

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| 30 September 2019
| by EPALE Moderator

EPALE invites you to participate in the #EPALEandMe contest, a photo competition about the positive contributions of EPALE to professionals working within the adult learning sector across Europe.

Applicant organisation needed for Erasmus + KA2 project on Family Learning

CPIP Romania - Center for Promoting Lifelong Learning is preparing a project application on family learning and needs a promoter for the project who is willing to submit the application at their National Agency. All the administrative and development work will be done by CPIP. The project applicant should have previous experience in coordinating EU funded projects and solid expertise in the field of adult education/basic skills for adults. 

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| 22 May 2020
| by Aldis Lazda

2020. gada 20. maijā Izglītības un zinātnes ministrija tiešraidē translēja ceturto un noslēdzošo “Emociju viesistabas” sarunu par atbalstu nedrošā brīdī pedagogiem, kurā eksperti meklēja skaidrojumus par skolotāju un skolēnu vecāku attiecībām. 

 Ko esam mācījušies no šī laika, ko esam sapratuši un pie kā jāturpina strādāt, lai veidotos produktīva saruna?

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| 22 May 2020
| by Kadi Kass

Uuring annab ülevaate madala haridustasemega (ilma põhi- või keskhariduseta) täiskasvanute tasemeõppesse tagasitoomise viisidest ja parimatest praktikatest viie riigi - Läti, Leedu, Soome, Taani ja Rootsi – näitel. Seejuures antakse ülevaade viisidest, kuidas on korraldatud õppijate tagasitoomine põhi- ja üldkeskharidust omandama ning täiskasvanutele suunatud üldhariduse sisust, mahust, õppekorraldusest ning tulemuslikkusest.

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| 22 May 2020
| by Mehmet Ocak

The selection of resources and platforms that you will find here has been elaborated in order to facilitate the rapid identification
of helpful technological solutions that could be used to support remote learning. The list provided here is not meant to be comprehensive,
however, the selection has been driven by prioritizing resources and solutions that are free (or freemium), offline friendly or are
available in more than one language (especially beyond, English). This list offers a glimpse of the kind of solutions that can be

Juhani and Matti

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| 21 May 2020
| by EPALE Moderator

This is a dual-narrative story: Juhani Pörtfors 68 and Matti Sarviranta 70+.
They are volunteer workers, digi-guides in a referee association. Their backgrounds are quite different; Juhani Pörtfors is an adult educator and Matti Sarviranta is an engineer. They are peer tutors and they are trained to work as Digi-guides.

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| 21 May 2020
| by NSS UK

In disasters, the role of education and learning is increasingly seen as important. This study considers how community learning in disasters may be conceptualized using an ecological model of learning that operates on different levels, from small and incremental to large and paradigm changing. These types of learning are not independent, but are interdependent. This is a dynamic model of community learning compared to approaches that consider learning as a mere aggregation of individual responses.

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| 21 May 2020
| by Hatice SANCAR TOKMAK

The aim of the study is to make social sciences teacher candidates integrate Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) and Web 2.0 technologies in social sciences courses. This study was conducted with 31 teacher candidates studying at Muallim Rıfat Faculty of Education of Kilis 7 Aralık University, in the department of Social Sciences Teaching. The action research model was used in the study. In addition, descriptive analysis method was applied to data analysis. Data collection tools of the study consisted of semi-structured forms.

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| 21 May 2020
| by Kadi Kass

The aim of this study was to explore whether adult EFL learners prefer to receive grammar explanations in class or via short videos watched as homework as the flipped classroom model suggests. Drawing upon the existing STEM studies the learners were assessed using short tests to determine the difference in knowledge of applying grammar rules of learners who received grammar instruction in class and those who received it via videos. It has often been many years since adult EFL learners last regularly learned something before beginning to study again, at a language school.

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| 21 May 2020
| by NSS UK

Created by the Department for Education, The Skills Toolkit is a new online learning platform to help boost skills while people are staying home during the COVID-19 pandemic. It is made up of free online courses, tools, and resources to help improve digital and numeracy skills. 

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| 20 May 2020
| by Sehnaz Baltaci ...

We live in unprecedented times. COVID-19 has shutdown large sectors of the economy, as well as entire education systems. Estimates from UNESCO1 show that around 90% of the world’s students are currently out of school. Like many of you, we are working from home, drafting this editorial from our home offices under shelter-in-place orders. Around the world, university campuses are closed and lecture halls stand eerily empty. Teaching and learning has moved primarily online, and the use of remote video conferencing has become commonplace.

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