Formation Tout au Long de la Vie

LLL, Lifelong Learning

20 février 2020

The Future of Lifelong Learning

By Stephen Downes - Stephen's Web. The Future of Lifelong Learning
Desire2Learn, 2020/01/21
As this report (36 page PDF) states, "individuals in the workforce will need access to a learning system that will support them at different life stages, be easily accessed throughout their career, and be much more flexible." That's quite true. And I agree that " I agree that we will need "new pedagogical models, such as shorter-term or modular programs, stackable credentials or badges, modified and adaptable curriculum, and greater use of self-directed and online learning." But to align it with workforce needs would be a mistake. First of all, employers are much too short-sighted (and often backward looking) in their selection of learning priorities. Second, they are generally less interested in providing what the report calls 'durable' skills in favour of product- and application-specific technical skills. More...

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02 février 2020

Achieving equity and inclusion through lifelong learning in Wolverhampton

UILA recent member of the UNESCO Global Network of Learning Cities (GNLC), Wolverhampton, located in the West Midlands region of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland, has recently been named one of the 10 fastest-growing cities in the country. More...

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UIL supports Cambodia, China, the Philippines and Rwanda to strengthen education systems from a lifelong learning perspective

UILThe UNESCO Institute for Lifelong Learning (UIL) supports a series of actions underway to strengthen education systems from a lifelong learning perspective in Cambodia, China, the Philippines and Rwanda. Representatives of education ministries, professionals from other government sectors, education planners and researchers from all four countries are currently in the process of finalizing and implementing policy measures to facilitate lifelong learning opportunities for all based on a capacity-building workshop co-organized by UIL, the National Commission of the People’s Republic of China for UNESCO and Shanghai Open University at the end of 2019. More...

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30 janvier 2020

Why Lifelong Learning is the Key to Entrepreneurial Success

Techno-News BlogHow can we make learning our default mode? According to Holmes, it’s not about amassing random knowledge or memorizing copious amounts of information. It’s about turning what we absorb into strategic action. More...

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Universities need to learn the early lessons of lifelong learning

Techno-News BlogOngoing falls in Australian postgraduate recruitment suggest a trend away from structured education for people in mid-career, says Andrew Norton. For years, future of work reports have warned of major disruption. More...

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5 Easy Ways to Engage in Lifelong Learning Every Day

Techno-News BlogLifelong learning is defined as the “ongoing, voluntary, and self-motivated pursuit of knowledge for either personal or professional reasons.” Engaging in lifelong learning is important if you want to keep your mind in shape, improve your skills, and boost your confidence. More...

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21 janvier 2020

La Macédoine, classée parmi les plus mauvais élèves d’Europe dans le domaine de la participation des adultes à la FTLV

Résultat de recherche d'images pour "epale europe"Malgré sa candidature à l'adhésion à l'UE et sa volonté de suivre les tendances européennes en matière d'éducation et de s'aligner sur les normes éducatives européennes, la Macédoine se classe toujours parmi les derniers pays européens avec environ 2, 5 % des adultes participant aux processus de formation tout au long de la vie. Plus...

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20 janvier 2020

Learning together through life: Building capacity in family literacy

UILThe UNESCO Institute for Lifelong Learning (UIL), together with national and local partners in selected countries in Africa and South Asia, has completed a series of capacity-building workshops on family literacy and learning. Literacy stakeholders from Benin, Burkina Faso, Ethiopia, the Gambia, Guinea-Bissau, Guinéa, Mali, Niger, Senegal and Pakistan participated in the subregional and national workshops throughout 2019. More...

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15 janvier 2020

“Disruption” awaiting int’l education sector

By Viggo Stacey. New forms of educational institutions will emerge as lifelong learning becomes increasingly important for employees who need to continually reinvent themselves for a changing working landscape, according to speakers at the Class Conference 2019. More...

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