Low-skilled workers; those entering adulthood without qualifications; marginalised groups; migrants; older workers.
Continuing in learning activities in spite of difficulties. (Note: See also ‘Self-directed learning’)
The profession, science or theory of teaching. See also extended discussion of Andragogy.
Education and training that responds to learners’ needs and preferences. Flexible learning offers learners choices about how, where and when they learn with the aim of supporting motivation and persistence particularly when attendance at a college or centre is difficult, e.g. rural learners; adults with multiple responsibilities or health problems. ICT-based communication between students and teacher is a common feature of flexible learning, but it can also include physical meetings between students and teachers.
- Lehekülg 1