Tag Archives: Adult education

Judit Tóth (University of Szeged): Adult Education should be prioritized in Hungary

Judit Tóth delivered the presentation „The shortcomings of adult education and opportunity to become an active citizen” at the Innovation – Innovative, Learning public administration Conference workshop held in Budapest…

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Learning through Active Participatory Citizenship (APC) in the Greek context

Although Greece has developed and provides educational programmes for adults that are part of socially disadvantaged groups (low skilled, low income, Roma, long-term unemployed, adults with disabilities, migrants, etc.), there…

“How to study the impact of adult education: The EduMAP example”, a new article in the Adult Education and Development journal

Issue 85 (2018) of the international journal Adult Education and Development (AED) looks at the role and impact of adult education from a global perspective. The issue includes the article,…

Empowerment and resistance where life happens

Life is about relationships; so community is important to learning. I think there is, in that community, accountability. [The students] know one another and know their strengths and weaknesses. ……

Responding to the needs of the economy and facilitating active citizenship and inclusion: some reflections from the European Vocational Skills Week 2018

EduMAP’s interest and engagement with current policy and practice developments in vocational education and training (VET) and adult education across EU countries and at the EU level has been an…

On intelligent decision support systems, numbers, and narratives

Expectations regarding (big) data and the opportunities it offers are growing thanks to increased data-processing capacities and the proliferation of digital information. However, questions of where the data stems from,…

EduMAP recommends to pay attention to vulnerable young learners’ needs and to set explicit goals (Policy Brief)

The findings indicate that current adult education policies are more often focused on country specific agendas than on vulnerable learners’ interests and needs. This and other findings presented in this…

Learning active participatory citizenship in Thessaloniki – a keynote presentation by George K. Zarifis

Learning active participatory citizenship in Thessaloniki: implications and impact of mainstream and support educational activities for socially vulnerable young adults, Dr. George K. Zarifis’ keynote presentation from the Learning Cities Conference,…