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Discussione EPALE: come incrementare l'educazione delle persone adulte con disabilità

26/05/2017
by Martina Blasi

/it/file/learners-disabilitiesLearners with Disabilities

Learners with Disabilities

Come parte del focus EPALE di Giugno dedicato al tema delle persone con disabilità, vorremmo conoscere i vostri punti di vista su come valorizzare ed incrementare l'educazione degli adulti con disabilità.

La discussione -aperta a tutti- è in programma per il giorno 8 giugno alle ore 14:00 CEST. La discussione sarà moderata Gina Ebner, coordinatore tematico EPALE per il tema Sostegno agli allievi

Non perdete l'opportunità di condividere con la community di EPALE la vostra esperienza, le vostre opinioni e i vostri interrogativi su questo importante tema. Saremo lieti di ricevere il vostro apporto su:

  • quali strategie a supporto dell'educazione degli adulti disabili esistono nel vostro paese
  • quali gli elementi di una buona strategia
  • buone pratiche ed esperienze del vostro paese o della vostra organizzazione da condividere

**Sarà possibile fare commenti a partire dal 5 giugno, i partecipanti potranno così presentarsi o porre le proprie domande in anticipo.

Per prendere parte alla discussione, visita la pagina dedicata e accedi con il tuo account. Clicca qui per iscriverti ad EPALE, la registrazione è gratuita.

 

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Ritratto di Gina Ebner

Excellent point! We definitely need to take the intergenerational and family aspects into consideration

Ritratto di Gina Ebner

Dear all,

thank you so much for all your contributions – this has been very inspiring. What we would like to suggest to you: we’ll leave the comments open so that you and your colleagues can still add additional comments. We will then write a short blog post about the main outcomes of the discussion and will post it as soon as possible (Monday?!). You will then still have the opportunity to add to the summary (and invite colleagues to contribute, too)!

It’s been great – thank you so much!

Gina

Ritratto di Rumen HALACHEV

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Thank you to everyone that has taken part!

I think we can all agree that this afternoon’s discussion has covered a lot of interesting information. As the time for our discussion is coming to an end, I would like to take this opportunity to thank our Thematic Coordinator Gina Ebner for her time and input. We will however be leaving comments open so please feel free to continue the discussion.

Ritratto di Dora Redruello

Dear all,

thank you for your insights. I realy need to leave now, away from my computer to a face to face meeting :D

See you next time.

Ritratto di Sinead Whitty

Thanks Everyone,

The discussion has been very interesting and I've learned a lot from it.

See you all next time!

 

Ritratto di Gina Ebner

It seems to me that many of the points we're making are true for adult education in general and for adult education for people with disabilities in particular:

- Learner-centred approaches

- Flexible and appropriate methods 

- Adequate funding

- Excellent teacher / trainer training 

- Flexible learning pathways so that people can move between sectors

What would you add?

Gina

Ritratto di Mark Richardson

I know learner centred is up there but I would want to emphasise that they are very much strength's based

Ritratto di Mark Richardson

I know learner centred is up there but I would want to emphasise that they are very much strength's based

Ritratto di Clare Mc Laughlin

Hi Gina,

I wonder if carreer guidance / coaching is incorporated in existing adult education systems for people with dissabilities and if not this is what I would add.

Many thanks

 

Clare