Whenever we speak about developing ‘learning to learn’ skills, we should never forget that the ultimate purpose is to enable adults to get the best that they can from their learning. It should also mean that developing learning to learn skills enables learners to update and improve their skills, so that they are able return to learning and progress. When we think about more disadvantaged adult learners, learning to learn becomes even more ambitious in its purpose, as for this group of adults learning must become learnable. So ‘learning to learn’ means actually more than just a key competence for work and life – it actually means a pathway to learning for adult who are struggling with learning. More...