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21/05/2019
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Share your insights on Nordic non-formal adult education!

 

The June-July thematic focus on EPALE is non-formal and informal learning. Nordic non-formal learning, (folkbildning, liberal adult education) is an important tradition of adult non-formal education. It is characterised by self-motivated education not bound by qualification orientation and various providers ranging from folk highschools to study circles. EPALE thematic coordinator Markus Palmen is preparing an article shedding light on the status quo and future of this tradition. 

Share your insights with EPALE

If you have experience in Nordic non-formal adult education, answer these following questions and post your answers in the comments below or via email to Thematic Coordinator Markus Palmen at markus.palmen@gmail.com

  • From your own professional and national background, describe Nordic non-formal adult education with the three words you think most describe it.
  • From your own professional and national background, what are Nordic nonformal adult education's 3 biggest achievements?
  • Is the tradition going strong or under threat? Why?
  • What are the three things the Folkbildning tradition needs to survive and thrive in the future?
  • What is your name (optional), country, occupation and link to Nordic adult education?

Share your answers by 24 June 2019 to have them included in EPALE's upcoming piece on Nordic non-formal education!

 

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  • OF Halk Eğitimi Merkezi artan's picture
    Lifelong learning is not limited to schools, it can take place at home, at work, in all areas of life; It is one of the basic concepts that show that learning can be sustained without any hindrance, regardless of age, social, economic status and educational level. As the Directorate of Public Education, our ultimate goal in the field of lifelong learning is to ensure the employability and socio-cultural development of individuals of different educational and age levels; to develop knowledge, skills and competences; learning and learning society is to perform an accurate conversion to Turkey.  Through the strengthening of lifelong learning within the education and training system, the most vulnerable masses (eg rural populations, individuals without literacy skills, young people who cannot afford general and vocational high school education, children with special educational needs, adults and the unemployed) are It is aimed to acquire the skills necessary for them to live an exciting life. The national lifelong learning monitoring system, which includes the data of all institutions and organizations operating in the lifelong learning system, should be established. Lack of adequate employment at the end of completed courses. • It should be ensured that lifelong learning is restructured in terms of structure, process and system in accordance with the 21st century and its social prevalence should be increased. Cooperation between private sector and public institutions. Effective use of e-school internet services of our Ministry in our institutions. Use of new technologies in mass media and transportation Lack of a performance evaluation system that encourages personal development.