An episode of learning in which learners undertake a physical activity, rather than watching a demonstration or listening to a lecture. Examples include building models and role-play. The term also relates to ‘learning style’; some learners prefer and learn better through active learning approaches.
- Communication in the mother tongue;
- Communication in foreign languages;
- Mathematical competence and basic competences in science and technology;
- Digital competence;
- Learning to learn;
- Social and civic competences;
- Sense of initiative and entrepreneurship;
- Cultural awareness and expression.
The set of courses and their contents offered by an institution such as a school, college or university, and partially or entirely determined by an external body.
Museums, libraries, galleries, theatres and other institutions which offer adult learning as part of their role and remit. This is both free-standing and integrated with courses run by adult learning providers.