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LIVE! 20th Adult education forum on 26th October in Tallinn

24/10/2017
by Anete Rätsep
Keel: EN
Document available also in: ET HU SL

20th Adult education forum 2017 focuses on educating different generations, including XYZ generations. Is and how adult education differs in different ages?

The first adult education forum took place in autumn 1997. Since the 2nd adult education forum, the event has been connected to the adult learner’s week.

Together, we will look for answers to the following questions:

  • How can adult educator meet expectations of different generation learners’ in the fast-developing society? 
  • What methodics should be used when teaching learners, representing different generations? If old methods do not work, what are the new solutions?
  • What are today’s learners like and what do they really need?

Watch the event live on October 26 at here!

Agenda:

11:00 – 11:30 | Opening words

  • Harald Lepisk – Moderator
  • Terje Haidak - Representative of the Ministry of Education and Research, Head of the Adult Education Department
  • Ene Käpp – ETKA Andras, Chairman of the Board

11:30 – 11:40 | Test: Which generation do I belong to? Compilator – Toivo Niiberg, psychologyst

11:40 – 12:00 | Discussion

12:00 – 12:20 | Key performer ÄLI LEIJEN "Learning in the future – how can educator meet expectations of different generation learners’ in the fast developing society?"

12:20 – 12:30 | Discussion

12:30 – 12:50 | Key performer KAIJA TEEMÄGI "Company’s example story – things we have learned while teaching different generations."

12:50 – 13:00 | Intermission

13:30 – 14:00 | Speed date of adult education promoters

14:00 – 14:45 | Panel Discussion: Which methodics work in educating different generations.

Participants:

  • Marika Kaasik - Director of Tartu Adult Gymnasium
  • Kairi Pauskar - TransferWise Personnel Architect
  • Tiina Tambaum - researcher at the Estonian Center for Demography at the Tallinn University, lecturer in education in gerontology at the Institute of Educational Sciences
  • Elmo Puidet - Partner and Board Member of BDA Consulting OÜ
  • Terje Haidak - Representative of the Ministry of Education and Research, Head of the Adult Education Department
  • Jelena Lohmatova - Director of Adult Learning Center Vestifex Training, Member of the Management Board of the ETKA Andras 

14:45 – 15:35 | Mapping the problems and opportunities at the World Cafe

15:35 - 16:00 | Summary of the Day

16:00 | The End

The THF Forum takes place within the frameworks of the European Social Fund project "Promoting the adult education and expanding learning opportunities".

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  • Kasutaja Karine Nicolay pilt

    I understand Katrin, but in my (own) experience I got more eager to learn the older I grew because I find so much more things interesting so I want to learn more about them. Now it seems that I can never learn everything I would like to learn in this lifetime... Maybe it's because I feel my time left for learning is getting shorter every day...

  • Kasutaja Georgi SKOROBOGATOV pilt

    Kui soovite lugeda, mida arvavad Eesti foorumist teiste Euroopa riikide kolleegid, siis saate lugeda väga aktiivset arutelu siin /en/blog/live-adult-education-forum-26th-october-tallinn kasutades EPALEsse sisse ehitatud Google translate funktsiooni. Selle abil saate kirjutada ka eestikeelse kommentaari, mille teised saavad endale tõlkida. EPALE on mitmekeelne veebikeskkond ja tingimused rahvusvaheliseks koostööks on loodud. 

  • Kasutaja Veronika Tuul pilt

    Hindan väga kõrgelt erinevate põlvkondade vahelise interaktsiooni puhul õppimisvõimalust, mida mina noorema põlvkonna esindajana saan. Need lood, mida oma eakatelt tuttavatelt kuulen, on õpetlikud mulle, kuigi meie kontekstid on erinevad. Lisaks märkan ka, et loo jutustaja võib sama lugu korduvalt jutustades teha hoopis teised järeldused ise enda jaoks, mis tähendab, et ka eakate jaoks muutuvad nende endi kogemuste tähendused.

  • Kasutaja Georgi SKOROBOGATOV pilt

    I liked "GrowWise" approach used at the Trasferwise that Kairi Pauskar spoke about. 

  • Kasutaja Gaelle Gautier pilt

    "Every one is a teacher as well as a student" 

    Tiina Tambaum, researcher

  • Kasutaja Inga Jagelavičiūtė pilt

    I liked Kaija Teemagi idea that it is very important to arouse curiosity for learning and according to her practise in “Elisa” it is possible when person understands the practical use of learning new things. For example, older people learn how to use smart phones or ipads when they feel the need to communicate with their relatives living far away or abroad.

  • Kasutaja Georgi SKOROBOGATOV pilt

    Väga lahe lähenemine "GrowWise" (Kairi Pauskar sõnavõtt)! 

  • Kasutaja Urmas HEINASTE pilt

    Transferwise

  • Kasutaja Georgi SKOROBOGATOV pilt

    Urmas, aitäh, ma pidasin silmas, et Trasnferwise kasutab "GrowWise" lähenemist

  • Kasutaja Riina Kütt pilt
    Lahe tõesti, aga mul on kahju, et toimub ühe kaupa küsitlemine, mitte paneel. Tunnen puudust arutlejate grupi sünergiast.