Questions related to Lifelong Learning
Education seems to embrace the whole life for many, and training is a part or linked to lifelong learning.
Many authors also think that we can not shape someone, but help him or her to give herself or himself his/her own shape.
What are the differences between adult and child learners with regards to any of the following:
- learning style
- information processing capabilities
- view of the purpose of education
- ways of utilizing knowledge
In addition, what are some of the most exceptional qualification schemes in use across the world?
I am proposing a study to be conducted for an engineering class I am currently handling composed of sixteen (16) individuals. The objective of the study is to determine the enhancement of Outcomes Based Teaching and Learning (OBTL) to the ethical, professional responsibility and lifelong learning competence of the students. I originally proposed a single group design but the examining committee insisted on having a control group. I'm wondering how can this be done since the class is only small and the platform of delivery is online which as I see it poses high risk of contamination among groups. Is there a need to split the class into an experimental group and a control group or is there a valid research design based on the size of the class that will eliminate the need for a control. Thanks in advance for your responses.
How can disadvantaged groups "learn" their way up the socioeconomic ladder, and how can advantaged groups "learn" the value of facilitating that mobility?
I am writing my dissertation about how kindergarten teachers and primary school teachers promote children's lifelong learning process. I've searched on Scopus, Google Scholar and in our library too, but didn't find any theoretical model on how to improve children's lifelong learning.
Can you suggest me any literature related to this topic?
Thank you very much in advance!
I am seeking expert review and feedback on my qualitative research questions. The topic is related to Lifelong learning in nursing programs. If able to assist please let me know and provide contact information.
As we known, there must be knowledge in lifelong machine learning system. But most of them, the knowledge are implicit (Can't be directly understood by human). So, should the knowledge be explicit? Should the knowledge generated from lifelong learning be shared with human society?
Although I am working on NLP, I still wonder how to define knowledge and start lifelong learning in vision field.
NLP based on characters that created by human, so is easy to understand. But vision is composed by pixels, we don't know how we recognise an image. Is there any possible way to explain it?
I need the articles for discussing my finding in a research project; I find the findings lacking related literature support. So please if you have articles in the three skils or competences kindly send them to me. email: firstname.lastname@example.org
In the Research Gate, I see many questions regarding the methods of didactics and its perspectives. There is a platform to discuss these questions – two-day videoconference (with the possibility of remote participation from anywhere on earth). “Challenges and Opportunities in Education of the XXIst Century” (29-30.11.2018) with the call for papers. Information about the conference is here:
The key questions/problems of the conference:
1. How will education change within a millennium?
2. How should education change within a millennium?
Exemplary particular problems:
3. New possibilities and dimensions of collaboration between industry and academia
4. Perspectives to use new technologies in education:
- three-dimensional visualization technologies
- interactive programs (for example, Minecraft)
- new media (like YouTube)
- new social media (for example, Facebook)
5. New technological possibilities for remote education
6. Globalization and new paradigms of cross-cultural education
7. The impact of artificial intelligence on education
8. New prospects for lifelong learning
9. Artificial intelligence in education
10. Virtual and augmented learning environments
I want to write my thesis on self-regulated learning as basis for lifelong learning and I am still not sure how to start. Thank you! Kirsten
The current international debate at faculties of teacher education about introducing and redesigning learning programmes by including supportive structures has emerged as an imperative for self-directed and lifelong learning approaches. It is clear that emancipating and transforming teacher education programmes for a quality education system needs creative and innovative strategies to empower student teachers for the classroom of the future.
I would like to know more about the very reasons why people do involve in social media and online games. Can I get research evidence demonstrating how this media habit can be used to facilitate lifelong learning?
Improving lifelong learning is an important objective as a result of multiple social and economic implications, given the positive influence, among other factors, on the career development and employment, the individual productivity and competitiveness growth of the company.
I’m working on a funded research project that aims developing an inventory of innovations and solutions in non-formal education and lifelong learning in #ASEAN and #SEAMEO. Therefore, I’m looking for case studies of education innovations and solutions in non-formation education and lifelong learning in some Southeast Asian Countries. It can be any individuals or organisations, either on the supply or demand side that have been successful in non-formal and/or lifelong learning.
Thanks in advance.
I'm looking for meaning of the theoretical assumptions of the lifelong learning for adults with intellectual disabilities.
Would you share a references, authors or inspiring ideas ?
I am looking for subjective and objective factors that could be predicted by an above average disposition towards learning (self-directed learning, lifelong learning, etc.) in adults.
In your mind, what those factors could be ?
Looking for any research on children's with EAL settling in/ transition process from home to nursery. How do we support them in this process as parents or practitioners and by working together. Thanks
Do you use this approach? What are the opportunities, threats, advantages, restrictions associated with it? We started a combined learning method for adults, which is similar to flipped learning. So I would like to ask the community to share their experience and contribute to the brainstorming.
Part of my research concerns the study of self-directed learning (SDL). And in that context, I am very interested in trying to understand better how this field has evolved in the past, and where it is heading at the moment. Thirty years ago, it was common to find articles on self-directed learning in some of the top educational journals. Nowadays, such articles have become rarities, especially outside of medical education. It is as if SDL has almost entirely disappeared from the radar screen, at a time when, paradoxically, more and more learning, at all levels, happens outside formal classrooms. Medical journals still publish articles that mention SDL, but even there, very little research is done about SDL itself; the focus is more on how to train physicians so that they will be able to continue training themselves later on.
I would be curious to hear from anyone on this issue, and especially to hear peoples' views on why SDL research seems to have receded into oblivion. Is it because of the inherent difficulty of the topic, because there is no money at all to study it, because universities are not receptive to the concept, or for some other reason?
I am researching education and training regarding middle-skilled workers and what it takes for them to survive in the work place in the 21st Century.
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Recently, some teachers and lecturers were told to take charge of our own professional development. We were told to organize our own courses and workshops. How is it with your organization?
The divide of pedagogy and andragogy always felt forced to me. If we are now living in a world of constant learning and relearning, do we need to redefine teaching and learning?