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| 10 May 2016
| by Mahira Spiteri

The Directorate for Lifelong Learning and Early School Leavers organised Lifelong Learning Cafe sessions for adult educators and trainers. The event focused on adult learning themes tackled in recent months on the Electronic Platform for Adult Learning in Europe (EPALE).  Participants were encouraged to engage in collaborative dialogues in a cafe set-up following the World Cafe format. The event was held on Thursday, 5 May between 3pm and 5pm, at the Lifelong Learning Centre, Msida, Malta.

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| 9 May 2016
| by Jānis Kutraitis

The idea of this comparative, critical and constructive study also belongs to Eve Magi, and it has been elaborated together with Liesma Ose and Hanna Siarova within SIRIUS, the European Policy Network on the education of children and young people with a migrant background, which brought together policy-makers, academic community and NGO activists (2012-2014). The study and policy recommendations issued in English were created in 2014.

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| 9 May 2016
| by Jānis Kutraitis

Arī šis salīdzinošais, kritiskais un konstruktīvais pētījums ir Eves Magi iecere, darbojoties kopā ar Liesmu Osi un Hannu Siarovu Eiropas imigrantu izglītības politikas tīklojumā SIRIUS, kas apvienoja politikas veidotājus, akadēmisko aprindu pārstāvjus un NVO aktīvistus laika posmā no 2012. līdz 2014. gadam. Pētījums un politikas ieteikumi, ko var iepazīt angļu valodā, tapa 2014. gadā.

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| 4 May 2016
| by Aimee Charman

The Dolch list of sight words, first published by Edward William Dolch, Ph.D. in his book, Problems in Reading, in 1948, is a list of the 220 most common words in the English language, the dolch excluding nouns. The list makes up from 50 to 75 percent of all ordinary reading matter excluding proper names. They are sorted here into 11 lists, in order according to frequency of occurrence. There are many activities related to the Dolch List available on the Internet, perhaps the best way of accessing these is to type ‘Dolch’ into a search engine, e.g.

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| 4 May 2016
| by Aimee Charman

Literacy based worksheets developed around the topic of June 21st and the Longest day of the year

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| 29 April 2016
| by Jonny Lear

Progress report on the first year of implementation of the New Scots refugee integration strategy.

The purpose of this strategy is to coordinate the efforts of all organisations involved in supporting refugees and people seeking asylum in Scotland in order to make Scotland a welcoming place to people seeking protection from persecution and human rights abuses. The strategy also aims to make the most of the resources that are available for this task by promoting partnership approaches, joined-up working and early intervention where possible.

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| 29 April 2016
| by Karen Mc Cague

Monaghan County Library Services are currently in the final stages of an Erasmus + project entitled ‘LinkINjob: Job Hunting with the help of Librarians’.  The main aim of the project was to share knowledge, develop workshops and produce eGuidelines for providing Library Services to the broad spectrum on unemployed people.  You can find information on the project through www.linkinjob.eu

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| 27 April 2016
| by Hélène Paumier
Jean Vanderspelden is an EPALE expert for basic skills thematic. For the education migrants week, he proposes some reflections on the subject. This first blog reaches on the one hand about the notion of low-skilled adults, generally assigned to migrant public and on the other hand, the language learning of hosting country. React on comment section.

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