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

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| 20 Décembre 2015
| par Jodie Crossley

BlueSky Learning Ltd was commissioned by Learning Connections to provide a programme of professional development seminars focussing on the teaching of reading to adults, aimed at adult literacies tutors across Scotland.  The programme was organised around three seminars in Glasgow and Edinburgh. This handbook has been created through an action research process carried out by adult literacies tutors who attended the course and from inputs delivered by researchers and professional experts from NIACE and the Institute of Education, London.

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| 20 Décembre 2015
| par Jodie Crossley

Golden Goal contains Basic Skills learning materials and Communication Training with Integrated Sport Activities and was developed as part of a European project. The Golden Goal project aims at empowering young disadvantaged adults all over Europe with improved literacy, numeracy and language skills, as well as with different social and communication skills. The innovative approach of the Golden Goal model matches the use of the sporting interests of young disadvantaged adults with literacy and numeracy activities.

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| 20 Décembre 2015
| par Jodie Crossley

Words and Numbers is an initial screening tool developed in Edinburgh to ask adults about their reading, writing and numbers. The aim is to help identify literacy and numeracy needs in 1:1 interviews. The questions take only TEN minutes to complete and give a reliable and user friendly approach to initial assessment.  It is not a detailed diagnostic assessment but it can help to identify those who wish to become more confident in their reading, writing and numbers.

Developed by CLAN Edinburgh.

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| 20 Décembre 2015
| par Jodie Crossley

The Introduction to Retailing pack is one of a number of packs developed in West Dunbartonshire to support literacy and numeracy learning in various career settings. This pack deals with training for a career in retailing. It supports the literacies requirements in this area.

The packs are very easy to use and can be used for several issues:

Lack of confidence by young people. Looking through resources and confirming the required knowledge for a specific career can be beneficial. It reaffirm to young person the skill they already possess.

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| 20 Décembre 2015
| par Jodie Crossley

This example uses Comic Life as a tool for evaluating the learning experience. It was used with a group of disabled learners who had been participating in an ICT class which had integrated literacies support. The resources explains the approach taken and gives examples of the resulting evaluations.

Developed by Emma Whitelock, LEAD Scotland.

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| 20 Décembre 2015
| par Jodie Crossley

This initial assessment tool provides online assessment in adult literacy and numeracy for health workers. Each assessment takes about 25 minutes and online feedback is provided at the end on any mistakes. The resource includes audio.

Developed by Skills for Health.

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| 20 Décembre 2015
| par Jodie Crossley

This report explores how West Lothian encourage learners to reflect on their learning and its impact on their lives. The benefit is twofold:

  1. Understanding and acting on their own reflections enables the development of the learning process
  2. Discussion of these reflections supports the tutor to develop their teaching practice and best respond to the learner’s needs.

The report includes examples of the resources used for learner reflection.

Submitted by Jenny Reekie, West Lothian.

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| 20 Décembre 2015
| par Jodie Crossley

The Literacies in the Community Resources were produced in 2000 by a National Development Project — Adult Literacies in Scotland. The Project was commissioned and funded by the Scottish Government and delivered by the City of Edinburgh Council.

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| 20 Décembre 2015
| par Jodie Crossley

This training is a basic introduction to working with literacies learners in groups. The introductory exercises are useful in helping the participants to get to know each other and feel part of the group. They can be used as introductory exercises at the beginning of sessions, or after a break to energise everyone.

Participants can reflect on how the exercises could be used with literacy learners.
 
Learning Objectives

To enable tutors to

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| 20 Décembre 2015
| par Jodie Crossley

This training is a basic introduction to working with literacies learners in groups. Section 3: All about groups provides a range of ideas about how and why groups works, and how to begin working with learners in a group.
 
Learning Objectives

To enable tutors to look at:

  • what makes a successful learning group
  • why groups work
  • how groups work
  • the advantages and disadvantages of group work
  • how to manage a group

Developed by Learning Connections

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| 20 Décembre 2015
| par Jodie Crossley

This training is a basic introduction to working with literacies learners in groups. Section 4: Negotiation, Planning and Evaluation in Adult Literacies Groups provides ideas on goal setting, time management, session planning and evaluation.

Learning Objectives

To enable tutors to:

  • help learners plan their goals
  • manage their time with learners
  • plan sessions effectively
  • evaluate sessions

Developed by Learning Connections

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| 20 Décembre 2015
| par Jodie Crossley

This training is a basic introduction to working with literacies learners in groups. Section 6: Effective Methods and Approaches in Adult Literacies Groups provides a range of ideas about how to approach group work.
 
Learning Objectives

To enable tutors to look at:

  • How to use a focussed approach
  • How to use a critical approach
  • Using a genre approach
  • Learning styles
  • Offering qualifications
  • Integrated literacy

Developed by Learning Connections

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| 20 Décembre 2015
| par Jodie Crossley

This training is a basic introduction to working with literacies learners in groups. Section 7 Case studies includes examples of a range of learners, providing a useful opportunity to discuss what different group approaches or situations would mean for a particular learner or group of learners.
 
Learning Objectives

To enable tutors to consider what different group approaches or situations would mean for a particular learner or group of learners.

Developed by Learning Connections

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| 20 Décembre 2015
| par Jodie Crossley

This training is a basic introduction to working with literacies learners in groups. Section 8 Assignments gives participants on any training course the opportunity to complete assignments to allow them to reflect on what they have learned while using the Working in Groups materials.
 
Learning Objectives

To enable tutors to reflect on what they have learned.

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| 20 Décembre 2015
| par Jodie Crossley

This training is a basic introduction to working with literacies learners in groups. Section 9 Reading and resources includes a selection of reading material on group work which will be of interest to both trainers and participants.
 
Learning Objectives

To encourage more in-depth reading of research material on group work.

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| 20 Décembre 2015
| par Jodie Crossley

This training is a basic introduction to working with literacies learners in groups. Section 10 Evaluation provides four evaluation forms to help participants and trainers to evaluate the training in the Working in Groups pack. 
 

Learning Objectives

To enable participants and trainers to evaluate the training in the Working in Groups pack.

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| 20 Décembre 2015
| par Jodie Crossley

This training is a basic introduction to working with adult literacies learners in groups. Section 1: About the pack outlines the aims of the training and provides guidance for trainers and managers on how to use the materials in the pack.

Developed by Learning Connections

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| 20 Décembre 2015
| par Jodie Crossley

The Dyslexia Handbook is a working reference source of information on dyslexia for use within the field of adult literacies work. The handbook covers general awareness of dyslexia and associated difficulties, guidance and assessment, some ideas on how to support learners, the use of computers and technology and suggestions for further reading.

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| 20 Décembre 2015
| par Jodie Crossley

Introduction to adult literacies learning is session 1 of the revised Initial Training in Adult Literacies Learning (ITALL) pack. This aims to introduce the ITALL course and set the national and local context of adult literacies learning in Scotland. It considers the importance of reflective practice for learners and participants, the concept of lifelong learning, the difference between formal, non-formal and informal learning and emphasises the role of evaluation during training.

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| 20 Décembre 2015
| par Jodie Crossley

Adult learning is session 2 of the revised Initial Training in Adult Literacies Learning (ITALL) pack. This aims to explore the range of situations where adults make use of literacies and help participants to begin to understand how adults learn.

Learning Objectives

Participants should be able to:

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| 20 Décembre 2015
| par Jodie Crossley

Effective learning and teaching in adult literacies is session 3 of the revised Initial Training in Adult Literacies Learning (ITALL) pack. This session aims to consider barriers to learning and look at the role of the tutor in effective adult learning.

Learning Objectives

Participants should be able to:

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| 18 Décembre 2015
| par Eva ALOS MELCHOR

The Renewed European Agenda for adult learning which the Council adopted in 2011 outlined a number of priority areas for the period 2012-2014, but set these in a longer term perspective aligned with the four ET 2020 strategic objectives. Specific priorities on which the Member States, with the support of the European Commission, should concentrate up to 2020 in order to achieve the longer term vision of the Agenda, are as follows:

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| 18 Décembre 2015
| par Christina NORWIG

Der Europäische Verband für Erwachsenenbildung (EAEA) ruft mit diesem Manifest dazu auf, ein Lernendes Europa zu schaffen: ein Europa, in dem alle notwendigen Kenntnisse, Kompetenzen und Fähigkeiten vorhanden sind, um die Zukunft auf positive Weise zu bewältigen.

Für verschiedene Bereiche wie aktive Bürgerschaft, soziale Gerechtigkeit oder Arbeit und Digitalisierung werden aktuelle Herausforderungen sowie Beispiele guter Praxis aufgeführt, die die zentrale Rolle der Erwachsenenbildung für die Entwicklung der europäischen Gesellschaft aufzeigen.

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| 18 Décembre 2015
| par Christina ANDERSEN

Videobaseret undervisning som didaktisk redskab

 

VUC Storstrøm er i forvejen førende inden for videobaseret læring. Med konceptet ’Global Classroom’ udvider VUC Storstrøm klasseværelsets læringsrum til at omfatte de studerendes egne stuer, og det kan give flere unge en uddannelse. Et partnerskabsprojekt med tilskud fra Erasmus+ skal nu kvalificere og udbrede konceptet yderligere.  

 

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| 18 Décembre 2015
| par EPALE Italia
L’EAEA ha appena pubblicato il 'Manifesto per l’apprendimento degli adulti nel 21° secolo'. Con parole chiare e decise, il Manifesto fissa gli obiettivi per la creazione di un a Europa che apprende e che sia in grado di affrontare il futuro in modo positivo e con tutte le competenze, le conoscenze e le abilità necessarie.

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