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EPALE - Plateforme électronique pour l'éducation et la formation des adultes en Europe

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| 11 Juin 2015
| par Jurgita MELAIKIENE

Although the didactic competences of college teachers as teachers working in formal educational institutions in reflective teaching/learning context are analyzed in this article, the problems of learning from our own experience and through our own experience are really actual to every adult‘s educator, especially to those who are working with elder people and those learners who has more professional and personal experience sometimes even then their educator himself/herself.

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| 11 Juin 2015
| par Christian BERNHARD-SKALA

This project has been funded with support from the European Commission. This publication [communication] reflects the views only of the author, and the Commission cannot be held responsible for any use which may be made of the information contained therein.

The long-term stagnation of the unemployment rate of the European Union, the failure of the Lisboan goal of raising the employment rate up to 70% of the active population by 2010, and the recent economic crisis point out that new competences are needed from workers who want to find, or keep a job.

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| 10 Juin 2015
| par Niksa Alfirevic

In this paper, the entrepreneurial competence is described, along with its importance in the context of lifelong learning. Some good practices in entrepreneurial lifelong learning in Croatia are described and sources of entrepreneurial education reform are identified.

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| 10 Juin 2015
| par Niksa Alfirevic

U članku se opisuje pojam poduzetničke kompetencije te naznačuje njezin značaj u kontekstu cjeloživotnog obrazovanja. Prezentiraju se određeni primjeri dobre prakse cjeloživotnog učenja o poduzetništvu i za poduzetništvo te se iznose potencijalni izvori reforme poduzetničkog obrazovanja u Republici Hrvatskoj.

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| 10 Juin 2015
| par Kathleen Wabrowetz

Together with Economic Modelling Specialists Intl (EMSI), the 157 Group of colleges published a report proofing the economic impact of a further education college and presents three case studies. The impact analysis showed that the average impact of a college to their regional economy is £550m. Additionally it shows investment benefits to learners, society and taxpayers.

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| 10 Juin 2015
| par Christina NORWIG

The Eurydice Country report provides an overview on adult education in Germany. It presents the political and legal frameworks as well as existing opportunities for adult education and training, including second-chance education.

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| 10 Juin 2015
| par Christina NORWIG

Der Eurydice Länderbericht gibt einen Überblick über Erwachsenenbildung in Deutschland. Es werden die politischen und rechtlichen Rahmenbedingungen sowie die existierenden Angebote von Erwachsenen- und beruflicher Weiterbildung, inklusive des zweiten Bildungswegs, vorgestellt.

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| 9 Juin 2015
| par Jodie Crossley

This is a report of a joint inspection into people with learning disabilities within the criminal justice system. It found that the needs of many people with learning disabilities are going unnoticed when they are arrested by police, go to court and are sentenced. It makes recommendations for greater partnership working between the justice and health system in order to support the assessment and treatment of offenders with learning disabilities.

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| 9 Juin 2015
| par Jodie Crossley

A range of resources to improve access to learning opportunities for older people in care settings. Encouraging those working with older people in care settings to understand the value of keeping people engaged and active through learning, and to recognise that learning is an essential and central aspect of providing care.

 

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| 9 Juin 2015
| par Jodie Crossley

A collection of short stories and poems written by adult learners serving custodial sentences.

This publication was developed with funding from BIS (Department for Business, Innovation and Skills). NIACE and Quick Reads worked in partnership with staff at HMPs Preston, Dovegate, Uttoxeter and Rochester.

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| 9 Juin 2015
| par Eva ALOS MELCHOR

The concept of innovative pedagogies for the purposes of this study should be understood as something ‘new’ to a given context in terms of teaching practice with an emphasis, whenever possible, on identifying those which have proven to be effective. Innovation can be based on the adoption of pedagogies which are more or less available in another context whether it is a country, region, school or to a particular teacher or can refer to the introduction of something completely new.

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| 9 Juin 2015
| par Eva ALOS MELCHOR

The Common Core State Standards Initiative and its impact on OER - examines the recent development of Open Educational Resources (OER) and syllabi within the context of the Common Core State Standards (CCSS) in the United States. It analyses the impact that these newly introduced (2010) standards have had on the production, reuse and dissemination of OER in a number of states, as well as across state borders.

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| 9 Juin 2015
| par Eva ALOS MELCHOR

Towards a world tour for Shared Open Educational Resource (OER). This report reviews initiatives relevant to Shared OER, concentrating primarily on the member countries of the Lifelong Learning Programme, with some detail also across other continents.

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| 9 Juin 2015
| par Jurgita MELAIKIENE

Nors straipsnyje analizuojamos  kolegijos kaip formalaus suaugusiųjų mokymo(si) institucijos dėstytojų didaktinės kompetencijos reflektyvaus mokymo(si) kontekste, mokymosi iš savo patirties ir per savo patirtį problemos yra labai aktualios kiekvienam suaugusiųjų švietėjui, ypač dirbančiam su vyresnio amžiaus ir daugiau profesinės ir asmeninės patirties turinčiais suaugusiaisiais.

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| 9 Juin 2015
| par Jurgita MELAIKIENE

The article presents results of the empirical research revealing readiness of adults to participate in the lifelong learning process using e-learning, m-learning and t-learning technolo­gies. The research has been carried out in the framework of the international project eBig3 aiming at development a new distance learning platform blending virtual learning environments, television and mobile technologies.

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| 9 Juin 2015
| par Jurgita MELAIKIENE

Straipsnyje pristatomi empirinio tyrimo apie suaugusiųjų pasirengimą dalyvauti visą gyvenimą trunkančiame mokymosi procese, naudojantis elektroninio mokymosi, mobiliojo mokymosi ir tele­vizinio mokymosi technologijomis, rezultatai. Tyrimas buvo atliktas vykdant tarptautinio projekto „eBig3“ veiklas, kuriomis buvo siekiama sukurti naują nuotolinio mokymosi platformą, susiejan­čią virtualiąsias mokymosi aplinkas, televizijos ir mobiliąsias technologijas.

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| 8 Juin 2015
| par Eva ALOS MELCHOR

Most parents of children with autism have heard miracle stories in recent years about how electronic communicators have helped children with autism to communicate in ways they had never been able to do before. But, when every child with autism has different abilities, interests and challenges, and there are so many different e-communicators available, how can a parent know which one will be most useful for their child? And, of course, is it available in the right language?

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| 8 Juin 2015
| par Eva ALOS MELCHOR

The ageing population is a phenomenon that is challenging policy makers around the world. In Europe, the percentage of the population aged 65 years or over is expected to increase from 18 percent in 2010 to 30 percent by 2060. With around 1 in 150 people currently being diagnosed with an autism spectrum disorder, this means there is a large – and growing – number of ageing adults with autism whose needs have not yet been considered in most countries.

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| 8 Juin 2015
| par Eva ALOS MELCHOR

Studies have shown that between 76 and 90 per cent of adults with autism are unemployed. This report aims to articulate the issues and difficulties faced by people with autism in relation to employment across Europe. In the context of the United Nations Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities, it outlines various forms of support that can be utilised to enable individuals with autism spectrum disorders to participate in employment.

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| 8 Juin 2015
| par Eva ALOS MELCHOR

This report provides an in-depth analysis of legislation and practices related to education and employment for people with autism in the EU Member States. It highlights good practices in these fields that are in line with the principles and obligations outlined in the United Nations Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities (Articles 24 and 27).

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| 8 Juin 2015
| par Anna Pokrzywnicka

The ability to understand one another across and beyond all types of cultural barriers is a fundamental prerequisite for making our diverse democratic societies work.

The publication explains how to develop intercultural competence through education in formal, non-formal and informal contexts. This is the third book in the Pestalozzi series published by the Council of Europe.

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| 8 Juin 2015
| par Rumen HALACHEV

The OECD Skills Outlook 2015 shows how improving the employability of youth requires a comprehensive approach. While social, education, and labour market policies playa key role, co-ordination between the private sector and public policies is also crucial. The publication builds on the results of the 2012 Survey of Adult Skills (PIAAC). It presents examples of successful policies in selected countries.

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