CURRENT TENDENCIES OF ADULT EDUCATION IN EU BASED ON THE CONCLUSIONS OF EAEA’S COUNTRY REPORT

Nataliya Volodymyrivna MAKHYNIA

Abstract


The basic principles of organization of educational environment in adult learning are determined. The differences between the planning of educational practices for children and teenagers and adult learners are outlined. It was found out that the main principles for formation and management of educational environment in adult learning are: the formation of mutual respect, trust and support; creation of mechanisms of mutual planning; diagnostics of the needs of adults involved in the educational process; transforming the need into the purpose; formation of an educational activity type and its management; assessing the level of achievement of the set learning goal.


Keywords


adult education; lifelong learning; formal education; informal education; international program; umbrella organization; European Association for the Education of Adults; international cooperation.

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