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EPALE Journal on Adult Learning and Continuing Education, N. 1 June 2017

Jazyk: EN
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"EPALE Journal on Adult Learning and Continuing Education" is online. This magazine is the result of the collaboration between Indire - EPALE Nss Italy and RUIAP, the Italian University Network for Lifelong Learning, with the intended goal of underlining and collecting the efforts of higher education in Italy for the field, as well as of constructing a solid basis for spreading learning and education continuing over the entire course of life.

This first selection of articles has been arranged around the concept of ‘competence’. It will be seen how higher education still reflects too little on the centrality of the use and application of knowledge; it will be possible to become familiar with the practical/experiential range of ideas already in development, precisely because they have focussed on the notion of competence/ability.

 

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EPALE Journal on Adult Learning and Continuing Education

“Competencies and Abilities: Innovative Learning Environments and Life Skills”, edited by Vanna Boffo and Mauro Palumbo

N.1, June 2017

ISSN:  2532-8956 (online) – English edition

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The Journal issues will be published on Epale platform and collected on the Erasmus+ Italian website:

www.erasmusplus.it/adulti/epale-journal

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EPALE Italia
RUIAP - Rete delle Università Italiane per l’Apprendimento Permanente
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ISSN: 2532-8956 (online) – English edition
Dátum publikácie:
piatok, 1 september, 2017
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