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EPALE

Electronic Platform for Adult Learning in Europe

 
 

E-learning

Trinity College Dublin, University of Dublin, Ireland is running a free 3 week online course 'Improving Health Assessments for People with an Intellectual Disability'. The course’s aim is for its students to learn how to support people with intellectual disability in health assessments. The MOOC is underpinned by the IDS-TILDA study, a longitudinal study on ageing and intellectual disability.

Structure

It is structured into three weeks:

The traditional methods of promoting educational courses are not always the most effective ways to reach potential adult learners. Therefore, alternative advertising routes should be considered for promoting adult/further education courses. The following Irish Independent article highlights how two e-learners, Kathleena and Emma, became involved with An Cosán Virtual Community College through High Hopes, a choir made up of people affected by homelessness. 

 

What are the new tools in education and careers guidance? How is the increased use of online guidance influencing the accessibility of guidance services? To what extent is the use of new technologies changing the demands being placed on advisors? Alongside the plenary discussion, the Euroguidance Conference 2017 also held five parallel method and discussion workshops. Let’s take a look back.

 

 

Within the framework of the Epale Project carried out by the Ministry of National Education's lifelong learning directorate, "New Skills in Adult Education Conference" was held in Izmir Kaya Thermal Hotel on 02-03 November 2017.

Topics such as adult education, health literacy, digital literacy, and learning to learn in Turkey were addressed in the conferences held with the participation of over one hundred adult educators from all over Turkey.

 

SociSDG, under the name Social Innovation & Inclusion of Sustainable Development Goals - sociSDG, is an Erasmus+ strategic partnership focused on nine socially-oriented Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs):

•No poverty
•Zero hunger
•Good health and well-being
•Quality education
•Gender Equality
•Decent work and economic growth
•Reduced inequalities
•Sustainable cities and communities
•Responsible consumption and production.

One of the focuses of the upcoming Summit of the Western Balkans in the UK will be economic development by improving the digital capabilities. Just before the summit, our program, funded by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Great Britain, will aim at improving the digital connections and business skills in the Western Balkans.

The ​DIGITAL COMPETENCES FRAMEWORK IN PRACTICE 2015-1-ES01-KA204-016046” project is an Erasmus+ KA2 Strategic Partnership -Cooperation for innovation and the exchange of good practices. DC TEST's main objective is to analyse the existing report “A Framework for Developing and Understanding Digital Competence in Europe (DIGCOMP)” which has been published in 2013 by the European Commission’s Joint Research Centre.

Results of the European Erasmus + project Math-GAMES on motivational teaching in the field of mathematical basic education - This innovative teaching material is intended for all lecturers who are active in the area of ​​basic education (especially in the area of ​​arithmetic learning). The focus is on the use of games to teach individual topics of mathematical basic education with more motivation.