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EPALE focus: Digitale vaardigheden als kans om te kunnen blijven leren

26/03/2020
par Karine Nicolay
Langue: NL
Document available also in: EN FI IT EL RO HR SV DE PL ET LV HU ES MT SL

EPALE koos in de maanden van april tot juni als focus: digitale vaardigheden als kans om te kunnen blijven leren
 

Onze samenleving wordt steeds digitaler en we zijn steeds meer onderling met elkaar verbonden. Dit heeft een grote impact op de manier waarop mensen toegang krijgen tot diensten, hoe ze leven, werken en bijdragen aan de samenleving (EN). De noodzaak om ​​beter digitaal onderwijs (EN) te ontwikkelen hangt nauw samen met hoe mensen kunnen blijven deelnemen aan onze samenleving. Om mee te zijn op een steeds meer gedigitaliseerde arbeidsmarkt hebben mensen goede digitale vaardigheden nodig, werkspecifieke vaardigheden en de motivatie om met veranderingen om te gaan en voortdurend bij te leren.


De mogelijkheden om te blijven leren zijn steeds meer online beschikbaar en zijn essentieel voor zowel laaggeschoolde werknemers als voor mensen die op zoek zijn naar een gespecialiseerde opleiding.
Veel platforms bieden leermogelijkheden en tools. Maar zowel lerenden als de aanbieders van deze leerkansen botsen nog vaak op belemmeringen om er toegang toe te krijgen omdat het hen ontbreekt aan de nodige digitale vaardigheden.

Digitale vaardigheden worden ook steeds belangrijker om toegang te blijven houden tot essentiële diensten. Dat wordt nog duidelijker in noodsituaties zoals bijvoorbeeld in de Coronacrisis.

Welke digitale vaardigheden zullen de komende jaren essentieel of zelfs van levensbelang zijn? Hoe moeten leerkrachten de nodige kennis en vaardigheden ontwikkelen om lerenden in deze transformatie effectief te ondersteunen? Hoe kunnen aanbieders van opleidingen zich aanpassen om aan deze groeiende vraag naar digitale knowhow te voldoen?

Neem deel aan dit debat en deel je expertise.
Ben je betrokken in een interessant project over digitale vaardigheden en hoe het de kans biedt om blijvend te kunnen bijleren? 

Deel je know-how en inzichten met de EPALE community!

Op 21 mei 2020 kan je ook deelnemen aan een online discussie over digitale vaardigheden als toegang naar leerkansen.
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    In June 2020, we will have an online course as well as practical guidelines ready to be shared for adult educators in English, Italian, Dutch, Slovenian and Finnish. Hopefully these will be useful also for the wider community, as our partner group has found this knowledge and experience produced by the FLIP-IDEAL project particularly beneficial in these difficult times of Covid-19. 

    Please do check our website www.flipideal.org - we are happy to share our experiences!
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    In these strange times, where people are supposed to stay at home as much as they possibly can, people full of initiative have almost fallen over each other to offer all sorts of e-learning. In Iceland there is news almost every day on new courses, often completely free of charge, in other cases costing a low amount. There is even a combination of those two options available, the course itself is free but should the students want some sort of a certificate, they must pay a small fee. Where there are costs involved, many of the labour unions and employers’ organisations have opened the possibility of paying the full course fee directly out of their educational funds. The rule until now has been that 75% of such costs were refundable from these funds, into which both employers and employees pay a monthly fee. 
    Here is a new blog on e-learning offers in Adult learning in Iceland: https://epale.ec.europa.eu/en/node/151276

  • Portrait de sylvie schmidt
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  • Portrait de Eszter KARVAZY
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    Minden cikk nagyon érdekes volt a témában, remélem az angol oldalakon is lesz hasonló a hónapban.
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    E-õppes on võimalus saada nii bakalaureuse- kui magistrikraadi, läbi viia psüholoogilist nõustamist ning tõhusat coachingut. Kui õppijal ja juhendajal on motivatsiooni, siis saab e-õppe toel head teadmised ning oskused. Hea juhendaja peab tundma digiõppe materjalide loomise ning tagasisidestamise metoodikavõtteid. Õppemetoodika kattub paljuski ka tavaõppe omaga.

    Kuna inimeste digioskused on erinevad, uue õppematerjali ja kaaslaste ees võib olla aukartus, siis peaks digiõppe esimesed moodulid olema pigem lihtsad. Usun, et pikemal digikursusel võib tekkida tore õpikogukond. Õppija seisukohast on hea, kui digiõppe keskkondi poleks ülemäära palju, sest kõik uus vajab harjumist ja harjumuse kujunemine võtab parasjagu aega.

    Koolitajad võiks mõnel kursusel osaleda ka õppijana, siis osatakse end õppuri kingadesse panna. 

    Minu valdkonnas on sellest kevadest e-keelekursused reaalsus, kuna keeleõppes on oluline ka rääkimisoskuse pidev arendamine.
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    The obstacle we found was the missing competence to join the lessons (for the first time). Even if Skype conferencing is popular many participants needed special assistance (for example by phone calls). Now we have solved the problems and continue with our course - people are online following the sessions, we can discuss and do the necessary knowledge exchange.
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