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nevienlīdzīgs pamatprasmju līmenis

A learner who is assessed as having a spiky profile has different levels of skill in an overall area. For example, the individual literacy skills such as reading and writing can be at different levels.

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nejaušā mācīšanās

Random learning can occur in everyday life. It is not an activity which is intentionally planned in advance and is not bound to special or specific places (e.g. classes) or to mediators (e.g. teachers). Random learning can be considered as a natural learning mechanism. Learners may often not be aware that they have learnt something. Note: In level 1, this is considered synonymous with ‘Informal learning’

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neatlaidība

Continuing in learning activities in spite of difficulties. (Note: See also ‘Self-directed learning’)

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nākamais līmenis

Progress to the next level up in a qualifications framework or the next step in a qualification process (for example, to complete an incomplete level of qualification); a key element of the EU’s Adult Learning Action Plan.

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