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The final seminar of European Agenda for Adult Learning 2015-2017, video recordings

Langue: EN

Posté par Katre Savi

The final seminar of European Agenda for Adult Learning 2015-2017 took place on 31 October 2017  in Tallinn, Estonia.

Activities of the project had been targeted at increasing the willingness of parents of young children (up to the age of 7) with lower levels of education and outdated skills to return to formal education. For further information of the project please VISIT. 

At the seminar were introduced the complicated ways of reaching them and shared the experience of the involved parties, including the especially valuable lesson of involving the different stakeholders at community level.


Please watch the presentation of seminar in English (click on the links below).

Learning Opportunities and Challenges in Adult Education. Kairi Solmann, Program Manager at the Ministry of Education and Science

Happy career - a myth or reality. Tiina Saar-Veelmaa, career counselor 

The results of the project "AGENDA - European Action Plan on Adult Learning". Ene Käpp, chairman of the board of AEAE Andras and Sirje Plaks, Project Manager of AEAE Andras

Parent involvement in lifelong learning. Heda Kala, Member of the Board of the Estonian Foundation for Pre-school Management

Implementation of the "Second Chance" training package. Marika Prave and Marianne Kivimurd-Tarelkina, Jõgevamaa; Leeli Rooni, Järvamaa; Katrin Nuuter, Läänemaa; Ada Väät, Lääne-Virumaa; Terje Paes, Põlvamaa; Malle Ellam and Kady Kalvet, Pärnumaa; Anne Perlov, Valgamaa; Helena Külama, Viljandimaa; Ulvi Reeder, Võrumaa 

How is my education affecting my child? Marika Kaasik, Director of Tartu Adult Gymnasium

The role of kindergarten in supporting parenting education. Tea Välk, Director of Tapa kindergarden Pisipõnn and Eve Kalimulina, Director of Tallinn kindergarden Kihnu 

The role of local government in promoting adult learning. Monika Rogenbaum, Taheva rural municipality

The role of local government in promoting adult learning. Marika Prave, Chief specialist in educational and cultural work at Jõgeva rural municipality

The role of local government in promoting adult learning. Kalle Vister, Chairman of the Tõrva City Council and the head of the Education and Social Department of the Valgamaa

The moderator of the seminar was Hannes Hermaküla. 


The seminar is held by Association of Estonian Adult Educators Andras in cooperation with the Estonian Ministry of Education and Research. The seminar took place in the framework of the EU Erasmus+ programme.

Auteur(s) de la ressource: 
Association of Estonian Adult Educators Andras
Estonian Ministry of Education and Research
Date de publication:
Mardi, 31 Octobre, 2017
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