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EUROCLIO – Football makes history: a Manifesto

Football is an easy game, and for over a century, this game has shaped culture. Football is heritage because people care about this game. Its stories speak to the imagination, often invoking the language of epic stories, with miracles, heroes, legends and myths. But underneath the thick layer of stories of goals and games, lay layer upon layers of cultural, political, economic and social histories, which can be used to better understand the past and the present, and to set […]

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Online Course – The EUROLTA Certificate in Language Learning to Adults

What is EUROLTA?
EUROLTA (European Certificate in Language Teaching to Adults) is an internationally recognized teacher training program to train you to teach languages using up–to-date methodologies. The EUROLTA certificate is developed, issued and recognised by the ICC, a network of leading institutions of adult education in Europe and around the world.

Who can take EUROLTA?
EUROLTA is designed for those who wish to enter the profession of language teaching and gain a teaching qualification, for those who have only little language teaching experience […]

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EAEA – New Report on Greening Adult Learning and Education

“Adult learning and education is a fertile ground, not only for the provision of skills, knowledge and competencies for sustainable development, but also to empower social transformation as a whole“.
The opening lines of EAEAs recent report on greening adult learning and education sets out a clear position: adult learning and education is a key policy tool to navigate a fair and equitable transition to a sustainable society. The report, however, offers a word of caution:
“Without taking this […]

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EURASHE: Position Paper on Micro-credentials in Professional Higher Education

Micro-credentials are units of assessment that are smaller than traditional programmes of learning such as degrees and diplomas.  They demonstrate that a learner has mastered a certain skill-set or possess a level of achievement in a particular area.  The flexible nature of these qualifications allow learning opportunities to be opened up to citizens, including those in full-time employment.
Much of their anticipated value is rooted in the goal of widening the opportunities afforded by education to those groups normally under-represented. […]

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Elm Magazine – Taking adult education out of the classroom

What does taking adult education out of the classroom mean, both literally and figuratively?
Elm Magazines latest newsletter teases apart this question, looking at the potential of outdoor learning for providing adults with a fruitful setting to develop their personal, social and academic skills. What is it about learning outdoors that sets it apart to in-class learning then?
For one, sitting in a classroom for hours can make students feel jaded, leading to a situation whereby concentrating becomes difficult, […]

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BRIDGE 47s recent event Imagine 4.7 envisions a brighter future – through education!

Education is a key component for change, but realising a sustainable and socially just world can only be achieved through envisioning an education system that affords people the capacity to access both lifelong and life-wide education – for all and not the few, and at any point in time for that matter.
Brtidge 47s recent event Imagine 4.7 raised a pertinent question that is necessary to address if we are to achieve a sustainable and just transition: are […]

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ALL DIGITAL – Manifesto for enhancing digital competences across Europe

Digital competences are essential to how we live, learn and work. The confident and critical use of digital technology is key to supporting lifelong learning, active citizenship, employability, and inclusion. Citizens can wield their digital competences to access information and support, access new learning and employment opportunities, be creative and entrepreneurial, find new opportunities and to help others.
To deliver on this potential ALL DIGITAL has worked with in collaboration with their network of digital competence centres and […]

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Civil Society Convention on the Future of Europe – Fundraising Campaign

The Civil Society Convention on the Future of Europe gathers over 75 European networks and platforms with constituencies all across Europe,  uniting millions of citizens active in all areas of life: from education to culture, social inclusive, environment, governance and transparency. The Convention was established in February and is actively engaged to scrutinise the democratic functioning of the Conference on the Future of Europe  and ensure a real involvement of citizens and their […]

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European Education Trade Unions launch new campaign for quality education

Education Trade Unions across Europe who are members of ETUCE are coming together to launch a multi-country and multi-channel campaign. The campaign:  Together in the Union – #ForQualityEducation will last for one month (from the 10/05/21 until the 06/06/21).
The aim of the campaign is to raise awareness on education trade unions’ work – from here the campaign will seek to engage  teachers and unions in coordinated online activities locally, regionally, nationally and at European level. The overarching goal will […]

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garageErasmus – Call for Ambassadors4EUFuture!

How can we ensure that voice of the European Youth is to be heard in the Conference on the Future of Europe (CoFoE)? The extent to which this voice is heard and represented is without doubt an important hurdle to overcome if the initiative is to prove a success. What is to be done?
garagERASMUS foundation  provide one answer to the question raised above. Through their new project: EUth Pages for Europe, […]

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