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  1. Epale Article

    Report: How to recognise competence?

    Teanga: en

    People accumulate competence and skills needed in working life not only through formal education but also at work and through participation in leisure activities. It is important that we have the ability to identify these existing skills so that they can be put to efficient use in the labour market, and to ensure a better match between employer needs and employee skills.

    Jenni WESTÖ - 08/06/2020 - 13:08

  2. Acmhainn Epale

    Nordic Thematic Landing Page: Digital basic skills of adult learners

    Teanga: en

    Digital learning has become a frontline theme in the spring 2020. Most adult education leaped into the digital realm unexpectedly in the trace of the worldwide Covid-19 pandemic. How are adult learners coping with the change? What digital skills are neede ...

    Jenni WESTÖ - 29/06/2020 - 08:15

  3. Epale Article

    Zajímavé výukové nástroje z mobilit vzdělávání dospělých

    Teanga: cs

    V rámci mobilit pracovníků, kteří zajišťují v naší organizaci oblast dalšího vzdělávání pedagogických pracovníků, jsme měli možnost v průběhu dvou let absolovovat metodické kurzy ve Velké Británii a Španělsku. Orientovali jsme se zejména na inovativní tec ...

    Blanka Kozakova - 03/09/2018 - 10:00

  4. Acmhainn Epale

    Intercultural learning is finding new paths together

    Teanga: en

    The Erasmus+-project Spaces for Intercultural Learning (2016–2018) studied how people from different cultures can learn to learn together and make use of the perspectives grounded in their own cultural backgrounds.

    Jenni WESTÖ - 30/05/2018 - 18:18 - 2 comments

    Acmhainn Epale

    Literacy training for adult immigrants included in the Finnish education system

    Teanga: en

    In December, the Finnish National Agency for Education issued a curriculum guideline for literacy training included in liberal adult education, intended for illiterate adult immigrants. The new training is part of a more extensive reform in which the responsibility for adult immigrants’ literacy training is transferred from the administrative sector of the Ministry of Economic Affairs and Employment to that of the Ministry of Education and Culture. The reform will diversify the educational paths of adult immigrants as of the beginning of 2018.

    Jenni WESTÖ - 20/02/2018 - 16:20