Formation Tout au Long de la Vie

LLL, Lifelong Learning

21 octobre 2019

New Brain Plasticity Theory to Create a Population of Life-Long Learners

By Stephen Downes - Stephen's Web. New Brain Plasticity Theory to Create a Population of Life-Long Learners
Overview (with some nice common sense examples) of neuroplasticity, the theory now becoming widely accepted that the brain, even adult brains, change structure in order to adapt to new realities. The link to an Amazon.com page in reference to Dr. Norman Doidge, author of "The Brain That Changes Itself: Stories of Personal Triumph from the Frontiers of Brain Science," could more usefully have been to the online audio of the author's interview with CBC radio. More...

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14 octobre 2019

La semaine slovène de l'apprentissage tout au long de la vie

Dans le cadre du projet européen de « Coordination nationale », géré par la Direction des Relations Internationales (DRI) de la Fédération Wallonie-Bruxelles, le secteur de l'insertion socioprofessionnelle a été invité à participer à un voyage d’étude en Slovénie en mai 2019. Dans quel but ? La mise en place d’un « Festival de l’apprentissage des adultes » en Belgique francophone en 2021. Plus...

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23 septembre 2019

Germany: the new national continuing education strategy

HomeIn this new continuing training strategy, all strategy partners are pooling their efforts. The overall goal is to establish a new continuing education culture in Germany: more than in the past, continuing education has to be seen as a matter of course and as a lifelong necessity. According to the federal minister for research and education, the new strategy is a milestone for advanced vocational training: continuing education in occupations should be part of working life in the future. More...

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20 septembre 2019

‘Choosing College’

HomeBy Scott Jaschik. New book explores choosing a college and making better decisions about learning throughout life. More...

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14 septembre 2019

Five Easy Ways To Engage In Lifelong Learning

Techno-News BlogThe only way to grow as a person is to continue learning. So, learning shouldn’t stop when you finish high school or graduate college — it should be a part of your everyday life. More...

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With lifelong learning, you too can join the digital workplace

Techno-News BlogAs Klaus Schwab, Founder and Executive Chairman of the World Economic Forum, explained in the 2018 Future of Jobs report, it’s critical that individuals take a proactive approach to their own lifelong learning. More...

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Looking for continuous improvement? Focus on continuous learning

Techno-News BlogIn times of change, the learners will inherit the earth, as the learned find themselves beautifully equipped to live in a world that no longer exists. More...

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States Can Foster Job Growth if Lifelong Learning is at Play

Techno-News BlogThe worlds of work and learning are merging in powerful ways, driven by the exponential growth in human knowledge. More...

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08 septembre 2019

Austria: lifelong learning vital for Austrian companies

Home95% of companies see lifelong learning as a (very) important education policy issue in the coming years, as per a recent survey conducted among 500 companies by the platform for occupational CVET. Pure forms of classroom-based training continue to dominate in company-based continuing vocational education and training (CVET). More...

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31 août 2019

Le premier tweet à 91 ans ... parce que l’apprentissage dure toute la vie

Résultat de recherche d'images pour Le fait que l'apprentissage dure toute une vie, je l'ai appris officiellement en première année d'études pédagogiques. Y a-t'il des clichés ? Pendant une conférence, lors de séminaires, nous avons lu les extraits du rapport de l'UNESCO de la Commission internationale de l'éducation pour le 21e siècle sous la présidence de Jacques Delors : "L'éducation : un trésor caché" (souvent appelé le rapport Delors), pour examiner ce problème et en discuter. Nous avons tous convenu que c'était comme ça - nous apprenons toute notre vie - et ... nous sommes rentrés chez nous. Plus...

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