E-NEWSLETTER SPRING 2022
SIAE PROJECTS AND EVENTS
- How the Slovenian Institute for Adult Education was founded
- We have published an evaluation report Analysing the Implementation and Monitoring of Adult Education Training Programmes in 2020
- Pathways to Knowledge and New Opportunities for all Employees
- 2021 EAAL forums: expanding our horizons and weaving alliances
LIFELONG LEARNING WEEKS
SLOVENIAN ADULT EDUCATION SCENE
- People with blindness and visual impairment learn Slovenian sign language, or the impossible is possible
- Erasmus+ project Funmilies: Forms of intergenerational sport and healthy ageing Slovenian Third Age University opens new perspectives
We wish that the visit of the EPALE platform becomes your morning ritual every working day, similar to breakfast, which is the first meal of the day. That is why we carry out the Breakfast with EPALE event several times a year. We present our offer to help our...
Through UP, adults should achieve a minimum level of literacy, numeracy and digital skills and/or acquire a broader set of skills. They should progress towards attaining an upper secondary qualification or equivalent.
We contributed our expert opinions in drafting the initial document and later in the draft of the Resolution. In spring 2021, we consulted with European and Slovenian stakeholders in ALE. We later met twice with the EC and the EECS, whom we asked for an Exploratory opinion.
The monograph Reflections on Adult Education and Learning: The Adult Education Legacy of Sabina Jelenc Krašovec (in Slovenian) originated in conversations, reminiscences and at the initiative of the adult education community in Slovenia following the premature death...
People with blindness and visual impairment learn Slovenian sign language, or the impossible is possible
Sign language, like foreign languages, needs to be learned and constantly repeated to master it. I was impressed by the pilot project of the inPlaninec Committee, or the Working group called A Decisive Step for Blind and Visually Impaired People to Learn the Slovenian...
Erasmus+ project Funmilies: Forms of intergenerational sport and healthy ageing Slovenian Third Age University opens new perspectives
Most providers of education for the elderly do not offer sports activities programmes. Slovenian has so far not included such content in its educational programmes. Namely, this would...
We have published an evaluation report Analysing the Implementation and Monitoring of Adult Education Training Programmes in 2020
In 2021, the section Publications on the education activity website became richer by as many as three professional publications, all in Slovenian. We have published a professional...
This time it was co-created by EAAL national coordinators from the following countries: Belgium (Flanders), Finland, Greece, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg and Norway. Hanne Christensen from the Norwegian Directorate of Higher Education and Skills also skillfully led and moderated the event.