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| 12 Mars 2015
| par Eva ALOS MELCHOR

Initial work on the European qualifications framework (EQF) started 10 years ago, in autumn 2004. Partly triggered by this initiative, qualifications frameworks have since become integral parts of almost all education and training systems in Europe. Outside Europe, more and more countries and regions (such as Asia-Pacific) are rapidly developing and implementing qualifications frameworks.

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| 12 Mars 2015
| par Zoltan Varkonyi

Successive OECD international literacy and numeracy surveys (IALS, ALLS, PIAAC and PISA surveys) identify the considerable scale of the challenge of raising adult numeracy levels at national and EU levels. However, EU and most national responses have been relatively weak. For the development of numerate behaviour, EBSN argue that it is not sufficient to focus only on what mathematical knowledge and skills are necessary and should be taught in a numeracy programme.

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| 12 Mars 2015
| par Eva ALOS MELCHOR

Initial work on the European qualifications framework (EQF) started 10 years ago, in autumn 2004. Partly triggered by this initiative, qualifications frameworks have since become integral parts of almost all education and training systems in Europe. Outside Europe, more and more countries and regions (such as Asia-Pacific) are rapidly developing and implementing qualifications frameworks.

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| 12 Mars 2015
| par Eva ALOS MELCHOR

Initial work on the European qualifications framework (EQF) started 10 years ago, in autumn 2004. Partly triggered by this initiative, qualifications frameworks have since become integral parts of almost all education and training systems in Europe. Outside Europe, more and more countries and regions (such as Asia-Pacific) are rapidly developing and implementing qualifications frameworks.

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| 12 Mars 2015
| par Eva ALOS MELCHOR

Initial work on the European qualifications framework (EQF) started 10 years ago, in autumn 2004. Partly triggered by this initiative, qualifications frameworks have since become integral parts of almost all education and training systems in Europe. Outside Europe, more and more countries and regions (such as Asia-Pacific) are rapidly developing and implementing qualifications frameworks.

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| 12 Mars 2015
| par Ricarda Motschilnig

Die österreichische Strategie zur Umsetzung von ECVET, dem Europäischen Leistungspunktesystem, sieht als eines der Ziele eine „verbesserte Anerkennung von formal, nicht-formal und informell erworbenen Lernergebnissen im Sinne einer ‚Lernzeitenoptimierung‘“ vor. Im bisherigen Implementierungsprozess wurde der nicht-formale Bildungsbereich noch nicht ausreichend miteinbezogen. Diese Publikation hat daher das Ziel, Bildungsanbieter des Weiter- bzw.

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| 12 Mars 2015
| par Ognjen Piljek Žiljak

Sabor Republike Hrvatske donio je 17. listopada 2014. Strategiju obrazovanja, znanosti i tehnologije.

Strategija razrađuje sustav cjeloživotnog učenja, predškolskog, osnovnoškolskog i srednjoškolskog obrazovanja, visokog obrazovanja, obrazovanja odraslih te sustav znanosti i tehnologije, a osnovno načelo na kojem se temelji je autonomija svih institucija u području obrazovanja i znanosti, kao i autonomija svih djelatnika.

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| 11 Mars 2015
| par Zoltan Varkonyi

This compendium is one of the results of the project titled "Professionalization of Literacy and Basic Education – Basic Modules for Teacher Training - TRAIN" (a multilateral Socrates Grundtvig 1 project), coordinated by the German Institute for Adult Education (DIE) Leibniz Centre for Lifelong Learning.

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| 11 Mars 2015
| par Zoltan Varkonyi

Article by Jean-Pierre Jeantheau about the assessment of low literacy levels in adults in France. The development of tools to assess low literacy levels in adults is fairly recent in France. It was inspired by recognition of the need to implement a national literacy policy and to encourage cooperation between stakeholders. The system is mainly designed to supply information to help manage public policies, even if it also assesses other subjects. It concentrates on the fraction of the population that is the focus of a public policy.

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| 11 Mars 2015
| par Zoltan Varkonyi

A webinar focusing on how to facilitate and improve teacher competences for initial literacy training. The webinar had two expert presenters: Helen Casey from the University of London and Qarin Franker from the University of Gothenburg.

Webinar resources include a power point presentation, recording of the webinar, a brochure describing techer competencies for teachers in initial literacy for adults in English and Swedish.

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| 11 Mars 2015
| par Ricarda Motschilnig

Nach einem ersten breit angelegten Blick auf die österreichischen Ergebnisse des „Programme for the International Assessment of Adult Competencies“ (PIAAC) im Oktober 2013, arbeiteten Forscherinnen und Forscher aus unterschiedlichen Fachdisziplinen zusammen mit dem PIAAC-Team von Statistik Austria an vertiefenden Analysen, die nun im Rahmen dieses Berichts präsentiert werden.

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| 11 Mars 2015
| par Anna Pokrzywnicka

Publication is devoted to issues of aging, education of seniors and meaning of memories for older people. It is the outcome of an international Grundtvig Partnership Project inter-Generational European Memories (GEM) implemented within the framework of the Lifelong Learning Programme by six educational organizations from Austria, France, Italy, Poland, Spain and Turkey.

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| 10 Mars 2015
| par Ewa GUSTAFSSON

Among cultural heritage institutions, it has been known for a long time that museums and archives encourage learning and promote well-being. It is today widely accepted that learning through cultural experiences can develop and enhance creative, personal and interpersonal skills, but how can these learning activities be more adequately described? How can cultural heritage institutions be utilised and assessed by visitors, people in training at the institutions, policy makers, and other stakeholders?

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| 9 Mars 2015
| par Rob Schroeder

In Luxembourg, the European Agenda for Adult Learning is associated with three overarching objectives:

  1. Improving the quality of adult education provision and giving access to all;
  2. Innovating in terms of flexible learning provisions;
  3. Promoting the basic skills as foundation of all further learning.

The document sets the context of adult learning in Luxembourg, it presents the body in charge of implementing the European Agenda in Luxembourg and illustrates how the challenge of achieving the overarching objectives is being tackled.

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| 9 Mars 2015
| par Jodie Crossley

Ten case studies, produced by Community Learning & Development Managers Scotland, looking at the different ways in which Community Learning and Development, in many different settings, contributes to early interventions that prevent both potential harm to people and communities and the future demands on public services that might have resulted.

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| 9 Mars 2015
| par Emma Grainger

The Lisbon Strategy (2000) stated that ‘education’ was pivotal for the promotion of active citizenship and the promotion of employability within the European Union. This literature review looks at the policies, research and practice driving the development of community education in Ireland, Britain and Europe with a particular focus on the contribution community education is making, and can continue to make, towards the promotion of employability and active citizenship in Ireland.

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| 9 Mars 2015
| par Jodie Crossley

We all use English and maths in our everyday lives: from getting the bus, to getting a job, from reading our post to reading a good book. But for many homeless people, this is not possible.

Reading Counts: Why English and maths skills matter in tackling homelessness. The report shows that people who are homeless have often had a poor experience of school, often connected to unstable and traumatic childhoods. People who lack basic skills are also likely to find it harder to recover from homelessness.

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| 9 Mars 2015
| par Jodie Crossley

Aims of the SCQF

The Scottish Credit and Qualifications Framework Partnership promotes lifelong learning in Scotland. Through the Framework (see interactive diagram) you can gain a better understanding of qualifications in Scotland and plan your future learning. The Framework supports everyone in Scotland, including learners, learning providers and employers, by:

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| 9 Mars 2015
| par Eva ALOS MELCHOR

O projeto RENEWAL tem como objetivo fortalecer a Agenda Europeia para a Educação de Adultos nas regiões Sul e Leste Europeu, ou seja, onde os índices de participação na Educação de Adultos (EA) são baixos e onde há menos infraestruturas. Este objetivo será alcançado através da análise do seu conceito e impactos nos representantes das organizações de EA das duas regiões, dando-lhes a oportunidade de discutir os principais desafios e possíveis desdobramentos da iniciativa da UE.

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| 9 Mars 2015
| par Georgi SKOROBOGATOV

PIAAC (Programme for the International Assessment of Adult Competencies)
on rahvusvaheline täiskasvanute oskuste uuring, mille raames mõõdeti esmakordselt arvuti abil täiskasvanute infotöötlusoskusi. Kokku osales uuringus aastatel 2011-2012 24 riigi enam kui 165 000 16 - 65aastast inimest. Lähiaastail on uuringule lisandumas veel üheksa riigi andmed. 

PIAACis mõõdeti kolme peamist infotöötlusoskust:

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