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EPALE Belgium, in cooperation with the European Commission and the European Association for the education of Adults (EAEA), invites you to the event "What is the European Commission doing to improve adult learning?" on Tuesday 19 September 2017.
The Finnish Hakunila International Organization is involved in the multicultural Nordplus project, the goal of which is to support the integration of immigrants and increase understanding between immigrants and the original population. The workshops of the project utilise art, music, discussion and reactive co-operation as their tools.
22 June 2017
by Anna Väre
(fi)

More than 29,000 students from thirty higher education institutions participated in the revised survey in 2016, contributing to an increasingly valuable data set on how students engage with their learning environments. The survey of student engagement, in this context, explores the amount of time and effort that students put into their studies and other educationally purposeful activities, and, also, how effectively institutions facilitate, encourage and promote student engagement in activities that are linked to learning.

In 2014, the National Forum for the Enhancement of Teaching and Learning in Higher Education (Ireland) studied the attitudes and practices of teachers in Higher Education with regard to using technology to enhance teaching and learning. High levels of confidence were reported in the use of technology, though a diverse range of barriers were also mentioned. These included training and time.

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