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.
ALE also gained recognition thanks to the three events mentioned above. However, it also became evident that synergies are needed based on mutual respect and a shared commitment to defying problems and strengthening new work and education ethics.
The European Agenda for Adult Learning is being renewed. In the Spring edition of the SIAE Newsletter, we have already indicated the processes taking place at the MESS under the Slovenian Presidency of the EU Council.
In Slovenia, we focus on this in the EAAL Project. Occasionally, however, national coordinators meet at so-called PLA events. The first one was held last September, where we reported on successful ways to reach educationally deprived groups of adults; Slovenia hosted it.
Slovenian model of quality assessment and development in ALE as an example of good practice in the international environment
Participating in discussions at such a high level is, above all, an acknowledgement that we are doing a good job. At the same time, it serves as an incentive to commit to further development of quality development in ALE, help similar institutions in the international environment with our experiences and contribute to the development of their ALE quality systems.
On February 11, we shared our knowledge and experience in the quality assessment and development of with the Dutch. A Dutch delegation of representatives of the Ministry of Education, Culture...
European consultation on the importance of Bildung in adult education Bildung and education are terms we usually encounter in connection with children and youth. Is it possible that they also apply to adults? The participants in the recent consultation believe that...
The fifth phase of the implementation of the has turned into its second half. The current EAAL project is implemented in 2020 and 2021. At the end of January this year, we submitted an...