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EPALE - Electronic Platform for Adult Learning in Europe

E-learning

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| 18 May 2020
| by Emil Thirup-Sorknæs
Life has a tendency to emerge all around, even where we least expect it, or to reveal opportunities for curiosity we didn’t even know were there. You can always find – in the affection between two individuals, between generations, between peoples – an evergreen sense of co-existence, the moment we let go of formalities, of smugness, of our imagined selves. The moment we surrender ourselves to something new, something rediscovered, something liberating and something challenging.
Céline Ancelet-David,

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| 15 May 2020
| by EPALE Moderator

Céline Ancelet-David is a Learning Project Manager who has been working in Learning & Development since 2006 both in Luxembourg and Madagascar. She has also been working  for 12 years in Marketing & Communications in both Canada and Europe focusing on the development of soft skills. COVID-19 forced her to rethink and develop more distance learning activities and to repackage the learning offer in order to help learners to find the training programs that suited them best at that particular time.

OpenGeoData

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| 14 May 2020
| by Altheo VALENTINI

The current heated debate on the opportunities to be gained from, and the usefulness of, adopting contact tracing and mobile tracking technologies to monitor and contain the spread of the COVID-19 pandemic across the world has recently brought to light a topic that, until a few months ago, was considered to be exclusively the stuff of experts. This is digital spatial literacy, the ability to use the properties of digital space to communicate, reason, and solve problems.

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| 13 May 2020
| by Karine Nicolay

Els Van Raemdonck is an inspector of education at the Flemish Education Inspectorate in Belgium and is responsible for the theme group of inspectors for adult education. Due to the Covid19 crisis, the inspectors suspended all inspections to give the centers breathing space for their core tasks. All directors of the adult education centers and the centers for adult basic education received a call to find oud their needs and to support them in these difficult times.

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| 11 May 2020
| by Piret Maiberg

As for my experience, all the learning at this time is done via digital environments. The importance of digital competencies and skills is more important than ever. One, as an adult learning provider, can do all the thinkable and unthinkable preparations for a course, but surprises still emerge.  It is impossible to be responsible for the digital competencies of the participators nor the teachers.

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| 1 May 2020
| by Yeliz Nur Akarcay

The Adult Self-Learning: Supporting Learning Autonomy in a Technology-Mediated Environment (abbreviated: ASL (Ref. No. 2019-1-TR01-KA204-076875) is a two year project (2019-2021) co-funded by the Erasmus+ Programme of the European Union, Key Action 2: Cooperation for innovation and the exchange of good practices – Strategic Partnerships for Adult Education. 

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| 29 April 2020
| by Hüseyin KAYGIN

The state-run Yunus Emre Institute, which is charged with promoting Turkish language and culture around the globe, aims to provide education for up to 1 million distance learners as part of its online Turkish language program, the agency's president said.

Speaking to Anadolu Agency, professor Şeref Ateş said the program offers courses in the Turkish language in four different languages and five proficiency levels.

Ateş explained that, given the vital role played by technology in modern language learning, the group launched the program in 2017 free of charge.

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| 29 April 2020
| by Ilona Buchem

Virtual mobility has become a valuable way of enabling international academic experiences in situations when we cannot physically travel to an organisation in a different country. The Open Virtual Mobility project (OpenVM) have developed MOOCs to support virtual mobility, especially in context of open education. Find out more about virtual mobility and how you can use the MOOCs.

Wednesday 20 May 2020, Spain

Webinar "Coaching y liderazgo personal"

Webinar gratuito "Coaching y Liderazgo personal". Claves para mejorar la forma de afrontar nuestra vida, con Beatriz García Callejón, coordinadora de coaching y tutora del curso en Aula Mentor. 20 de mayo de 2020 a las 18:00 h
20 May 2020
by Esther Hernández
Tuesday 26 May 2020, Malta

Supporting online teaching and learning

This webinar will provide ideas, self-help tips and sustainable ways on how educators can carry out their practices online. A number of technological tools and their pedagogical merits will be discussed, and a critique of how one can enact meaningful learning experiences via technology will be presented.
Moderator: Michelle Attard Tonna
Guest speakers: Joseph Vancell and Patrick Camilleri

Tuesday 19 May 2020, Malta

SEMINAR 1: The challenges of online teaching and learning

Different learning scenarios and learning needs give rise to different ways towards replacing the face-to-face classroom. In this seminar, guest speakers will discuss the challenges that educators, parents and students are experiencing during online teaching and learning.

Moderator: Karen Mugliett
Guests: Kurt Curmi, Suzannah Galea and Louise Grech Abela

 

Friday 15 May 2020, Malta

Peer Mentoring and Education for Sustainable Development

During this webinar we will discuss support structures - including mentoring and peer-mentoring - that can help us as educators be more effective in promoting Sustainable Development. Mentoring and online mentoring can be important tools in the current situation - which is both a crisis and an opportunity to reconsider our vision for sustainable development. Register: https://bit.ly/2z7rZZT

Thursday 14 May 2020, Malta

The shift towards remote learning in primary education in the COVID-19 era. New pastures in teacher training programmes.

During this webinar participants will discuss the rapid transition towards remote learning in primary education during the COVID 19 era. Participants will also have the opportunity to discuss the role of remote learning in future scenarios and analyse the effect of the current situation in future teacher training programmes. Common trends in remote learning observed since the closure of primary schools will also be discussed. Register: https://bit.ly/2z7rZZT

Wednesday 13 May 2020, Malta

Using Time Wisely During the COVID-19 crisis : Personal Development Planning and Online Learning Opportunities

During this webinar we will look at the importance of using available time wisely to focus on your personal development. Participants will learn the basics of personal development planning, the importance of self assessment ,how they can obtain feedback to support their plan, and the importance of creating an action plan. Participants will also be shown examples of various online opportunities to support their personal development. Register: https://bit.ly/2z7rZZT(link is external)

 

resources

| 24 April 2020
| by Ivana Aleksić

An article written by C. Hodges, S. Moore, B. Lockee, T. Trust and Aaron Bond provides an indepth analysis of the difference between well-planned online learning and emergency remote teaching, which instructors, tutors, teachers and professors worldwide are forced to offer their students in the Covid situation. 

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| 22 April 2020
| by Jose Luis GONZA...

This handbook or guidelines raises awareness for digital literacy for all, especially learners with Special Educational Needs and outlines a set of factors to consider for a universal design, a design for all. When you design for those who have more difficulties, everyone benefits. This handbook highlights the need to eliminate barriers, considering the diversity of potential users, so that everyone can access the different social, educational and labour contexts.

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