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The Social Life of Learning – how can continuing education be reconfigured in the future

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Lifelong Learning and Innovation – Changing relationships between Working and Learning

The strong relationship between these three territories – Inter-organisational learning, e-Learning at the workplace and Professional learning networks – and the need to elaborate a common vision and set of recommendations on how to enhance the meaningful adoption of e-learning … Continue reading

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Lifelong Learning and Innovation in e-Training of Teachers and Trainers

The training of teachers and trainers is a crucial issue in modern societies. Indeed, educators are playing an ever more important role in the fields of youth education and training. The world is changing very quickly and every day new … Continue reading

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Lifelong Learning and Innovation in vocational education and training

Although this territory has been characterised by significant developments over the last 10 years, the expected shift from the “clockwork orange” in VET to the second paradigm “the knowledge age and VET” and the third “VET in the learning society” … Continue reading

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Lifelong Learning and Innovation in School Education

From the extended review of the ICT-for-learning policies and activities in the EU, it seems that those countries that are running a rather decentralized school system, whereby autonomy in decision-making concerning the curriculum, school program, equipping, etc., is being sustained, … Continue reading

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Lifelong Learning and innovation in learning in the life of digital natives

How to use the “digital native potential” to drive educational innovation, including structural, institutional innovation and the “learning culture”? The easiest way to use the motivational and skills potential of learners is to allow individuals to choose amongst different alternatives … Continue reading

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