Tag Archives: learning-to-learn

Learning 2 Learn Handbook for Facilitators

Between November 2008 and October 2010, a European network of seven organisations has joined its efforts to develop, implement and analyse innovative approaches in the field of non-formal adult education aimed at the development of the competence enabling the learners … Continue reading

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Learning to Learn

The aim of this chapter is to provide a summary of evidence from current research in the UK and internationally about learning to learn. This is in order to identify and analyse the emerging trends in society, technology and education … Continue reading

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Designing e-tivities to increase learning-to-learn abilities

In this paper we present a detailed set of e-tivities framed in a learning design context. The e-tivities use Internet tools for teaching Personal Knowledge Management skills (PKM) to adult learners. PKM practices and the related required skills are strictly … Continue reading

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Learning to Learn and Civic Competences

In the context of the European Union Framework of Key Competences and the need to develop indicators for European Union member states to measure progress made towards the ‘knowledge economy’ and ‘greater social cohesion’ both the competences learning to learn … Continue reading

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Assessing Learning-to-Learn – A Framework

The concept of learning-to-learn has been adopted in response to the new challenges and demands presented for educational assessment by changes at the macro-level of work and society, and at the micro-level of work processes. It refers to the diverse … Continue reading

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