The high-level education conference “Contemporary Approaches to Learning and Teaching” starts today in Tallinn where nearly 200 European education experts discuss the alignment of education systems with the needs of our evolving society.
Watch live! The high-level education conference “Contemporary Approaches to Learning and Teaching” starts today in Tallinn
The education conference held at the Tallinn University on 19-20 September seeks to find a way to ensure that besides gaining solid knowledge and basic skills learners of all ages are satisfied with their educational experience and ready to take responsibility for their own lives and the world around them. Live stream starts a 12:00 CET
The overall objective of this 24-month project called "Development of Qualification Framework for lifelong learning", which started on 7th March 2016 is contribution to strengthening quality and efficiency of the education system including provision of adult learning and contribution to the comparability of education systems in Bosnia and Herzegovina with education systems in the EU based on EU strategy 2020 and EQF.
A “Community of practitioners on promoting quality in VET delivery” is set up by Cedefop, the European Centre for the Development of Vocational Education and Training, and will serve as channel for cooperation between Cedefop and VET providers, with support from the Commission.
The Community will produce concrete practical guidance for practitioners, identify good practice and maximize use of European tools, instruments, programmes and results at grass-roots level.
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