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EPALE focus: laaggeletterdheid bij volwassenen

01/09/2017
door Karine Nicolay
Taal: NL
Document available also in: EN SV CS IT FR BG LT DE PL SK DA EL HU LV SL FI ET MT RO PT HR

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EPALE Literacy

 

Naar aanleiding van de Internationale Dag van de Geletterdheid op 8 september, besteedt EPALE de hele maand september aandacht aan (on)geletterdheid bij volwassenen.

In de EU zijn er momenteel 55 miljoen mensen tussen 16 en 65 jaar die moeilijkheden hebben met lezen en schrijven. Beter leren lezen en schrijven zal hen helpen om

  • beter te integreren in onze samenleving,
  • een beter betaalde en stabielere job te vinden,
  • het risico op ziekte te verkleinen,
  • hun familiaal en sociaal leven te verbeteren,
  • het risico om in de criminaliteit te verzeilen te verminderen.

Op de themapagina basisvaardigheden verzamelde de EPALE-community en de nationale ondersteuningsdiensten interessante artikelen, handige materialen en case studies over dit onderwerp. Vergeet zeker niet de verschillende taalversies van EPALE te proberen want de inhoud van deze pagina is verschillend per taalgroep. Houd deze pagina in september in het oog want de hele maand september zal je er nieuwe bijdragen kunnen vinden. 

We nodigen je ook graag uit om deel te nemen aan EPALE’s (schriftelijke) discussie over welke geletterdheidsvaardigheden volwassenen nodig hebben om mee te kunnen in onze samenleving en wat er moet gebeuren om het beleid daaromtrent effectief te maken. De discussie wordt gevoerd in het Engels op deze pagina van 4 tot 7 september 2017. EPALE’s thematische coördinator David Mallows zal de discussie modereren, samen met onze partners van het European Basic Skills Network (EBSN).

Tot dan!

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    Dear all, 

    As in other message I did refer the LIDIA Project (Adult Digital Literacy), a project carryed out by the Instituto of Education of the University of Lisbon, it seems to be appropriate to leave here a brief information about it.

    In a perspective of lifelong learning, the project LIDIA adopts a broader view of the progress made and the problems identified in Portugal in the field of education, adults training and qualification, regarding  and aligns its action within the framework of recent social responses for promoting literacy, digital inclusion and qualification of the Portuguese population.

    Thus, the LIDIA project assumes as a strategic objective the development of innovative ICT-based content, materials and activities with technologies tailored to the life needs of a "digital society", aimed at raising the awareness and providing training to trainers and other social intervention technicians who work with those adults who are more vulnerable to info exclusion.

    In this way, the project seeks to contribute to the creation of conditions that, based on the principle of isomorphism (homology of processes), ensure that adults who are more vulnerable to digital exclusion can develop those competences nowadays considered as key to lifelong learning in accordance with their personal and professional expectations.

    Being a research project we start to identity situations where adult citizens find it difficult to exercise their autonomy by not knowing how to use digital Technologies. Based on the analysis of that material, in a second momento the goal was to produce training materials and resources to support inclusion and digital literacy of adults. 

    The primary beneficiaries of the LIDIA project are trainers, social animators, social and educational staff, working in potential learning contexts, both formal and non-formal and based in Portugal, involved in the mediation and implementation of actions aimed at audiences typically more excluded from the information society, namely: professionals responsible for cultural, educational and social fields in local administration offices; private social institutions; cultural and recreational associations; museums; universities; senior day centers; teachers; etc.

    More information can be reached at the website of the project (http://lidia.ie.ulisboa.pt).

    Comments and questions are welcome.

    Thanks a lot.

    fernando