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    Online Tutorial

    The following online tutorials have been developed within the ERASMUS+ strategic partnership COMPALL (2015-2018). INTALL is the follow-up project.

    Below seven parts for the online tutorial are provided, which should help to prepare for the first week of the Winter School. All seven parts are organized in a self-directed learning mode and follow a different structure. Please work step by step (from left to right) on each part.

    I. Introduction to the Adult Education Academy

    Authors: Prof. Vanna Boffo, Dr. Gaia Gioli, Carlo Terzaroli, Nicoletta Tomei - University of Florence


    II. Introduction to strategies and educational policy analysis, reflection & online discussion

    Join the Online Disscusion with Prof. Paula Guimaraes:

    • 23th November 2020, 4-6 pm (CET) 

    Former Discussions:

    • 25th November 2019, 11 am (CET) or 2 pm (CET)
    • 12th November 2018, 10 am (CET) or 4 pm (CET)
    • 11th December 2017, 10 am (CET) or 14th December 2017, 6 pm (CET)

    Please search and read the document about "National Policy or Law on Adult Education" in your country.

    You are invited to use the COMPALL/INTALL information tool.

    Please read the following text afterwards:

    Lima, Licínio C.; Guimarães, P. & Touma, N. (2016). Adult learning and education policies in Germany, Portugal and Sweden: an analysis of national reports to CONFINTEA VI. In R. Egetenmeyer (Ed.), Adult education and lifelong learning in Europe and beyond: Comparative perspectives from the 2015 Würzburg Winter School https://www.peterlang.com/downloadpdf/9783653059731/9783653059731.00005.xml 

     

     

    Authors: Prof. Paula Guimarães, Catarina Doutor, Prof. Licínio C. Lima - University of Lisbon


    III. Introduction to European policies in adult and lifelong learning

    Please read the following text afterwards:

    Authors: Prof. Sabine Schmidt - Lauff, Jan Schiller - Helmut Schmidt University 


    IV. Critical Overview of international organisations in the development of adult learning and education, reflection and online discussion

    Author: Prof. Balázs Németh - University of Pécs

    Join the Online Discussion with Prof. Balazs Németh:

    • 30th November 2020, 4-6 pm (CET)

    Former Discussions:

    • 2nd December 2019, 11 am (CET) or 2 pm (CET)
    • 10th December 2018, 10 am (CET) or 4 pm (CET)
    • 27th November 2017, 10 am (CET) or 20th November 2017, 1 pm (CET)

     


    V. Introduction to comparative adult education & reflection

    Author: Prof. Dr. Regina Egetenmeyer - University of Würzburg


    VI. Two examples of comparative studies in adult education and lifelong learning

    Please read the following text afterwards:

    • Clover, D. E., & Bell, L. (2013). Contemporary adult education philosophies and practices in art galleries and museums in Canada and the UK. Adult Learner: The Irish Journal of Adult and Community Education, 1 (1), Pp. 29-43.

    Authors: Dr. Monica Fedeli, Concetta Tino, Daniela Frison - University of Padua


    VII. How to write a transnational essay

    Authors: Prof. Vanna Boffo, Dr. Gaia Giolo, Carlo Terzaroli, Nicoletta Tomei - University of Florence