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If education is to prepare learners for lifelong learning, there needs to be a shift toward deeper learning: a focus on transferable knowledge and problem-solving skills alongside the development of a positive or growth mind-set. Deeper learning is inextricably linked with subject-specific processes of constructing and communicating knowledge. Ther...
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Education and learning over the lifespan and in multiple contexts (i.e., lifelong learning) are central to transforming and reproducing culture, individual and collective identities, belief and value systems, social and power relations, knowledge, and are at the heart of resource conversion processes which are designed to achieve what matters to in...
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Background: Digital technologies facilitate everyday life, social connectedness, aging at home, well-being, and dignified care. However, older adults are disproportionately excluded from these benefits. Equal digital opportunities, access, and meaningful engagement require an understanding of older adults’ experience across different stages of the...
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Fakultas psikologi dan ilmu pendidikan, universitas muhammadiya sidoarjo, indonesia 17203010040@umsida.ac.id Abstrak. Pada era saat ini dimana perkembangan saat pesat dan terus berubah-ubah demi memberikan kemudahan kepada manusia memaksa bidang pendidikan untuk terus beradaptasi dengan kondisi tersebut. Dari hal tersebut pelajar juga dituntut untu...
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Vocational and technical education, which is offered in the quality required by the era, plays a major role in the growth of economies and the development of societies by raising entrepreneurs with R&D, P&D, and innovation awareness, as well as being a means of raising a productive workforce in a systematic and planned way. The lifelong learning jo...
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The article presents the theoretical and experimental results of the research of cognitive activity, which is carried out with an emphasis on motivators of traditional and e-learning throughout life, as well as the accompanying positive and negative emotions and feelings. During the research, we attributed to the motivators the content of learning,...
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The importance of the topic of this article is due to the fact that during the reform of the educational process innovations are needed in the self-training of teachers, so it is important to explore the strategic objectives of contemporary education: formal, nonformal, informal. The purpose of the article is to study and justify the importance of...
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This study highlighted how particular intersections of personal characteristics were related to Motivation to Learn (MtL) among adults. MtL is a prerequisite for adult education and training participation. However, little is known about MtL across subpopulations due to several methodological limitations. This study developed a national profile of M...
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Task-Free Continual Learning (TFCL) represents a challenging scenario for lifelong learning because it does not access any task information. The Dynamic Expansion Model (DEM) has shown promising results in this scenario due to its scalability and generalisation power. However, existing work from DEM focuses only on addressing forgetting and ignores...
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What if the environment could be transformed in culturally-responsive and inclusive ways to foster high-quality interactions and spark conversations that drive learning? In this article, we describe a new initiative accomplishing this, called Playful Learning Landscapes (PLL). PLL is an evidence-based initiative that blends findings from the scienc...
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In a globalized and interconnected world, language learning plays a key role. That is why the implementation of bilingual programmes is widespread nowadays. These programmes are demanding and require a solid teacher training. It is important to mention that English is the predominant language in bilingual programs in Spain. It is a well-known fact...
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Since its publication in 1972, the Faure report has been regarded as a foundational text on the subject of lifelong learning, offering a plethora of ideas and repertoires. This article contemplates why and how the notions of self-fulfilment and self-learning are interrelated and profoundly important in understanding contemporary lifelong learning d...
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The digitalization and globalization of society and the corresponding impact on the rules of the labor market is shifting the education sector toward new pedagogical approaches that integrate wholly online methodologies. Sustainable Development Goal 4 advocates for inclusive and equitable quality education that promotes lifelong learning opportunit...
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High quality education and promoting lifelong learning opportunities for all is among the sustainable development goals of the United Nations. This paper aims for New Education Model for Sri Lanka in Post Covid- 19 Pandemic Era to survive the Sri Lankan education. As a education model in pandemic era it has to be eLearning model. This is achieved a...
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The purpose of this study is to present lifelong learning program proposals based on an event or phenomenon that pre-service teachers have experienced. The research is a qualitative study and phenomenology was determined as the research design. The study group consists of 62 pre-service teachers studying at the education faculty of a state universi...
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Whereas continual learning has recently attracted much attention in the machine learning community, the focus has been mainly on preventing the model updated in the light of new data from ‘catastrophically forgetting’ its initial knowledge and abilities. This, however, is in stark contrast with common real-world situations in which an initial model...
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Introduction: The experience of a second victim phenomenon after an event plays a significant role in health care providers' well-being. Untreated; it may lead to severe harm to victims and their families; other patients; hospitals; and society due to impairment or even loss of highly specialised employees. In order to manage the phenomenon, lifelo...
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This work is mainly aimed at evaluating the reasons behind the inefficient execution of Operational Programs (OPs) aimed at promoting research and innovation (R&I), especially in small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs). To achieve this goal, we employed a three-stage slack-based measure (SBM) data envelopment analysis (DEA) model combined with St...
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There has been increasing interest in the use of Fourth Industrial Revolution technologies such as artificial intelligence to help achieve the Sustainable Development Goals. Recently, multilateral organizations have sponsored initiatives to make countries aware of the benefits of using artificial intelligence for sustainable developm­ent and to edu...
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With the EU Council Recommendation on Micro-Credentials, the European Union has laid an important foundation for the future development of micro-credentials and thus for lifelong learning and professional development in Europe. The Recommendation seeks to support the development, implementation and recognition of micro-credentials across institutio...
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Original source: McCarty, S. (2022, November). Lifelong learning and retiring retirement stereotypes. The LLL SIG Newsletter, 18(1), 10-15. Japan Association for Language Teaching (JALT) Lifelong Language Learning (LLL) Special Interest Group (SIG). This short article introduces a process that the author calls "career tapering." Whether citizens, s...
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The main approaches to foreign language grammar teaching are deductive and inductive approaches. Deductive grammar teaching is a conventional method of teaching grammar. It is characterized by comprehensible, concise and clearly stated explanations. Students learn what they are supposed to learn. The method makes the learning process easy and uncom...
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A new transformation of industry known as Industry 4.0 has drawn much attention among researchers and entrepreneurs. From a higher education perspective, Industry 4.0 has grown concerned about how institutions can produce graduates that are compatible with Industry 4.0. Due to the high business operation migrated to the online platforms, there is a...
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The introduction chapter focuses on the main questions of the whole book AI in Learning: Designing the Future: (1) How is learning changing when human learning and machine learning are connected and what consequences does this conjunction have for education, also for working life as lifelong learning and (2) what kind of ethical issues are emerging...
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This chapter reflects on the contributions of different articles of the book from various perspectives. Seven categories provide perspectives to reflections. Four of them are connected to different levels of the educational system, others opening scenarios to research on education and learning with AI, and finally the last category is devoted to et...
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This paper explores teaching–learning models in this period of the COVID-19 pandemic at Cadi Ayyad University (UCA). It investigates success conditions for e-learning quality education in higher education in line with SDG4, the 4th Sustainable Development Goal: “Ensure inclusive and quality education for all and promote lifelong learning”. This pap...
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As promoted by Sustainable Development Goal 4, cultural and structural investments in high-quality education are important to ensure inclusive and fair quality teaching and promote lifelong learning opportunities for all. This is important considering Target 4.7, which promotes the education for Sustainable Development. The role of the Higher Educa...
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In the digital age, the use of technology is gradually being imposed in all institutions of higher education in Morocco. Without pretending to replace face-to-face teaching, distance learning is less expensive, flexible and accessible if discussed from a temporal and spatial point of view. It allows for the achievement of objectives that could not...
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Establishing a career as a performing classical musician is strongly linked to 1) facing fierce competition during and after professional studies, 2) the ability of developing a multiplicity of skills that go beyond the craft of the instrument/voice, and 3) being flexible/agile to adapt to the constant changes and demands of the music industry. How...
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The efficiency and effectiveness of work in the field of nursing depends largely on the correct use of information and communication technology in identifying, finding, processing, storing and communicating essential information. The subject of this paper is computer and information literacy in the field of nursing, since the issue being studied is...
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This study explored and documented the science and engineering practices of older adults living in Southern Appalachia. Informed by the body of research related to lifelong learning, hobbies, Funds of Knowledge, and science and engineering practices, a descriptive case study was designed to interview four older adult individuals about their leisure...
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Higher education is increasingly concerned with providing students with experiences that enhance employability. Sitting outside the curriculum, extra- or co-curricular activities that focus on career development, leadership, service or recognition can lead to positive employability and employment outcomes. The extent to which different student grou...
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INFN is recognized as an Italian excellence in science. Born in 1951, over time it created a world-wide network of activities spanning from high-energy physics at the most powerful accelerators, to the search for Dark Matter and rare events in deep underground laboratories, flanking the operations of four national laboratories in Italy. However, un...
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The topicality of the problem under research is due to the changes in educational systems (from elementary to higher) in Ukraine and throughout the world caused by COVID-19. The authors believe digital technologies that allow keeping in contact under COVID-19 while studying or working should be examined. The article determines which groups of the p...
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The Journal of Clinical Education in Physical Therapy (JCEPT) is a peer-reviewed open-access journal that aims to develop and disseminate quality evidence related to clinical education in physical therapy. Over the first 3 years of publishing, the number of article downloads has increased quickly with 2021 downloads more than tripling the previous...
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The Faculty of Lifelong Learning at South East Technological University's Carlow campus, is one of the largest providers of part-time learning in the Irish Higher Education sector. A large majority of our lifelong learners, 88%, are adult learners over the age of 23, therefore the perspectives of our part-time learners offer us valuable insights in...
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Knowledge and skills are enhanced if instructional content support lively learning experiences for increased learner achievement. Study presents literature review of comparative study of textbook evaluation criteria in secondary education in Kenya and Japan. Assessing quality of instructional content has enhanced effective teaching and learning in...
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Knowledge and skills are enhanced if instructional content support lively learning experiences for increased learner achievement. Study presents literature review of comparative study of textbook evaluation criteria in secondary education in Kenya and Japan. Assessing quality of instructional content has enhanced effective teaching and learning in...
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This poster shares insights about how we can reconnect, reskill, and upskill lifelong learners and employees through short courses for specific purpose in higher education. These insights emerged from a larger research project undertaken over the last year at three well-known Australian universities, where the authors are based. The wider research...
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Public library are seen as natural partners in community development efforts as they are strategically located in communities and provides a variety of resources designed to foster human growth and development. There is no doubt that they can act as important force for community development and can play a significant role in a community’s economic...
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In this paper, we propose a method to partially mimic natural intelligence for the problem of lifelong learning representations that are compatible. We take the perspective of a learning agent that is interested in recognizing object instances in an open dynamic universe in a way in which any update to its internal feature representation does not r...
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This case study analyzes virtual environments in Spanish that allow recreational runners to learn about running and health: Transmedia Scenarios for Autonomous Knowledge Building (TSAKB). The analysis of these websites delimits the Pedagogical Potential they offer to runners and makes it possible to observe athletes’ behaviors in their search and e...
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Though the term may be of recent origin, the notion of transversal competencies and transdisciplinarity applied to language learning has its roots in a long tradition of the teaching of languages for specific purposes. Of particular relevance to the notion of transversal competencies is the workplace and career orientation of the special purposes t...
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The article analyzes the factors caused by the threat of spreading the coronavirus infection COVID-19 and introducing the martial law in Ukraine which affect the state of the vocational education. Taking into account the modern challenges and problems based on the analisys of the legislation the main directions of the vocational education developme...
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The growth and impact of video games in education at an international level is a reality. Research shows that gamers can increase their knowledge, skills, and behavioural flexibility. However, there has been no in-depth research into the relationship between current video games and the key competences for lifelong learning set out by the European C...
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As the demand for lifelong learning increases, many working adults have turned to online graduate education in order to update their skillsets and pursue advanced credentials. Simultaneously, the volume of data available to educators and scholars interested in online learning continues to rise. This study seeks to extend learning analytics applicat...
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This research paper considers the place of the European lifelong-learning philosophical concept of Bildung (self-formation) and how Socratic questioning activities might be used to facilitate its development. Originating with the great philosophical thinkers of the German Renaissance, it is a concept that is again attracting attention because of it...
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Jordan is part of the structuring of the international Qualification Framework. The Jordan qualification framework, JNQF, is a national strategy for managing and regulating all national qualifications in the education and training sectors in a single comprehensive qualification framework. The JNQF consists of 10 levels for both academic and vocatio...
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ETwinning es, en el contexto europeo, una herramienta que fomenta la cooperación y facilita la puesta en común de buenas prácticas. El estudio se centra en los proyectos Erasmus + desarrollados desde 2008 hasta 2021 -mediante el programa Teachers Lifelong Learning (ELT)- y analiza aquellas propuestas que se han llevado a cabo con alumnos de diferen...
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This research aims to (1) study the current state and needs of the community to enhance participation in community learning centers (CLCs) in Cambodia, and (2) consider the required coverage of guidelines to enhance community participation in CLCs. The research utilized a mixed-method design which conducted a survey with a sample of 28 CLC committe...
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Estonian community houses were built in towns and the countryside by the local people, who had been joining cultural and other societies since the second half of the 19th century. These cultural centres supported the process of building the Estonian state. The space for culture became basis for the lifelong learning system of informal education, wh...
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This is a virtual presentation to the Strategic Reference Group of myfuture–Education Services Australia (including key influential representatives from the educational jurisdictions across Australia). The presentation focusses on potential strategies to prepare upper secondary students for a successful transition into work and lifelong learning.
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Covid-19 pandemic has hit the entire world creating in numerous challenges across sectors. There is happening a structural transformation in the world of work and Indian labour market is not different. India has been witnessing this transformation due to three revolution 1. Globalisation 3. Demographical dividend and 3. Influence of the 4IR. Even t...
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Lifelong learning (LLL) represents the ability of an artificial intelligence system to learn successively a sequence of different databases. In this paper we introduce the Dynamic Self-Supervised Teacher-Student Network (D-TS), representing a more general LLL framework, where the Teacher is implemented as a dynamically expanding mixture model which...
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Critical thinking is a training program for teachers in order to improve teaching and the educational approach to students. The aim of this research is to address the implementation of this training program from the viewpoint of students and teachers. In this paper, we investigated the effects of the application of critical thinking in raising the...
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A “mountain of disposable nappies” in a river in the northern part of South Africa provides a real-life case study to explore “climate justice” and “learning” within civil society. Climate justice is attained by foregrounding the needs and interests of the people who have contributed least to climate catastrophes and are most affected by them. The...
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The article identifies the place of professional training of future geography teachers, in particular the importance of forming their readiness for continuous professional development. The purpose of the article is to theoretically substantiate the pedagogical system of training future geography teachers for continuous professional development. Amo...
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Changes in science and technology and future employment competencies are needed for lifelong learning necessity cultivating students' development and progress in 21st century competencies. The purpose of the study was to examine Jordanian student teachers' perceptions of whether their teacher education had prepared them for 21st-century competencie...
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The central topic of this paper is the complex issue of providing crisis intervention, post-traumatic care, posttraumatic intervention care, psychosocial intervention services in the basic components of the integrated rescue system in the Czech Republic. We draw on theoretical knowledge and also on practical experience that members and officers of...
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Purpose: The skills that adults possess are very important for their adaptation to the technological transformation and contribution to the economy. Therefore, large-scale projects are implemented to develop theseskills within a lifelong learning approach. The Ministry of National Education (MoNE) has initiated “Vocational Training Center (VTC) Ski...
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Improving supported employment, five stage process, Lifelong Learning Programme, Leonardo Da Vinci, case studies 2013 - 2015
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The concept of lifelong learning in Confucius's Philosophical perspective
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RE-IMAGING REVISED CURRICULUM IMPLEMENTATION CHALLENGES IN OMPUNDJA CIRCUIT IN NAMIBIA: A SOCIAL REALIST MODEL FRAMEWORK Lukas Matati Josua1, Rehabeam Katengela Auala2 and Helena Miranda3 1 Department of Higher Education and Lifelong Learning, University of Namibia, Oshakati, Namibia* 2 Emeritus Professor of Educational Management and Administrati...
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This practical guide proposes two interlinked models which can be used together to support students’ preparation for study-to-work transition and lifelong learning: (1) the 4-Gap Model for Transition guides the transition from school through four gaps and into work; and (2) the 4-S Model of Dynamics in Workplace Learning describes work in relation...
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This paper presents findings from an engineering alumni survey intended to understand the role of lifelong learning in graduates’ careers. It builds on prior work aiming to clarify how engineering programs should address the important but nebulous CEAB graduate attribute. By contrasting alumni responses to the existing graduate attribute definition...
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This research article aims at suggesting higher education policy redesign for Thailand. Through a documentary research approach, lessons learned were drawn from Singapore and Malaysia countries providing excellent policy higher education development regarding World Economic Forum. The comparative analysis revealed that Singapore and Malaysia implem...
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This paper argues that support services are an essential contribution to the further establishment of Open Educational Resources (OERs) at universities. After illustrating why promotion alone is note nough to convince university teachers to use OERs, the current challenges and barriers to the use, creation, and delivery of OERs are described. Based...
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Deep learning delivers remarkable results in a wide range of applications, but artificial neural networks still suffer from catastrophic forgetting of old knowledge as new knowledge is learned. Rehearsal methods overcome catastrophic forgetting by replaying an amount of previously learned data stored in dedicated memory buffers. Alternatively, pseu...
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Incremental learning (IL) enables the adaptation of artificial agents to dynamic environments in which data arrives in streams. This type of learning is interesting when access to past data is limited or impossible but is affected by catastrophic forgetting. This phenomenon consists of a drastic performance drop for previously learned classes when...
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Experience is an important requirement to apply for a qualified job. While employers need to find workers with the required skills, education institutions must design curricula which provide the skills demanded by the job market. Besides, along their careers, workers need to make good choices on continuing education courses. Current Bachelor and Ma...
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Digital technology influences our lives in various ways. Today, the escalating pace of social, economic,and technological changes at home, at work, in the community, and in global society creates a perpetualneed for everyone, including older adults, to engage in lifelong learning habits. When it comes to learningand using technology, older adults a...
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Inclusion is understood in various ways in research, in documents guiding educational practices, and in stakeholders’ speeches. This study contributes to the European discussion on the ambiguity of inclusion by investigating the descriptions of Finnish vocational education and training (VET) administration personnel both at the national and vocatio...
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This article examines how changes related to the processes of globalization are impacting teaching and learning practices and presents a vision for the future of adult education. By examining these changes, with the purpose of understanding their relevance to adult education, the author makes recommendations for how to adapt to new landscapes of wo...
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Physical inactivity (PI) and sedentary behaviours constitute a global health problem that has negative consequences for health and is also considered the fourth leading risk factor for global mortality. A European project named ‘Professional and Personal Experience through Lifelong Learning and Regular Sport’ aims to encourage voluntary participati...
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The significant role of oral language (OL) in the early years and its impact on other developmental domains is well-documented. This research examined how OL development is expressed in the national kindergarten curriculum guide (KCG). We specifically sought to determine: the OL components evident in three early language and literacy reference docu...
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Електронното обучение придобива все по-голяма популярност и предлага редица удобства на учащите, доставчиците на образователни услуги и бизнес организациите. Нарастващите му предимства и бързопроменящите се изисквания към знанията, уменията и компетентностите на човешкия капитал в съвременната бизнес среда превръщат този тип обучение в реална алтер...
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: As pointed out by many researchers, the ongoing pandemic has been a catalyst for educational development. With the increasing need for reskilling and lifelong learning, the current model of technology-enhanced learning needs updating, and so does also the university programmes for bachelor's and master's students. This study is based on an online...
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Abstract Technical Vocational Education and Training (TVET) as agent of eradicating unemployment and poverty in Nigeria. TVET emphasizes skills, knowledge and attitudinal acquisition for productivity and self-reliance. The paper therefore, highlights some challenges of TVET in Nigeria as general misconception, poor societal value, failure to formu...
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Indonesia ranks sixth globally in terms of wealth distribution inequality. Changes in human capital development may affect labor force efficiency and productivity as well as wages and income inequality levels. This study applies a nonlinear autoregressive distributed lag (NARDL) model to data from 1970 to 2019 to investigate the asymmetric impact o...
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Lifelong learning (LLL) has gained an important place in the agendas of national and international organizations and the education policies of countries with globalization and digitalization in education. Even though there is a large body of research regarding lifelong learning tendency, web pedagogical content knowledge, attitude towards web-based...
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Se l’orientamento europeo appare quantomai centrato sulla persona e sulla sua unicità anche in termini di sviluppo delle competenze e di opportunità formative, di pari passo si stanno sviluppando nuovi e sempre più interconnessi spazi di apprendimento che implicano il coinvolgimento di varie tipologie di attori, diversi livelli di governance, di pa...
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Background China faces a serious shortage of competent nurses who can address the healthcare needs of older people in an ageing society. Chinese higher education institutes face serious challenges when it comes to developing new curricula that are capable of educating sufficient numbers of competent gerontological nurses. Therefore, the aim of this...
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In all kinds of implementations of computing, whether technological or biological, some material carrier for the information exists, so in real-world implementations, the propagation speed of information cannot exceed the speed of its carrier. Because of this limitation, one must also consider the transfer time between computing units for any imple...
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What is the meaning of inclusive education in Indonesian Muslim Schools? Relatively little is known outside of the country itself about the effect of adopting international curricula such as Cambridge Assessment and their equivalents? This domestic-facing internationalisation is worth considering as a signifier of inclusive education and raises the...
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As part of a recruitment process for a position, candidates are often asked their reasoning for applying. While the question may seem straight forward, it is one in which during a recent interview, I felt challenged to provide a succinct response. In this article I discuss the possible reasons as to why I could not provide a clear answer. In partic...
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A unique cognitive capability of humans consists in t