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This ebook goals to spot what works within the coverage and perform of grownup studying, drawing at the adventure of 9 OECD nations: Canada, Denmark, Finland, Norway, Portugal, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland and the uk (England). It def
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Faure, Paris. UNESCO (1996), “Learning: A Treasure Within”, Report to UNESCO of the International Commission on Education for the Twenty-first Century, Paris. UNITED NATIONS (2001), “World Population Prospects 1950-2050 (The 2000 revision)”, Population Division, Department of Economic and Social Affairs, New York. 36 © OECD 2003 Chapter 3 PATTERNS OF PARTICIPATION AND PROVISION: ASSESSING NEEDS This chapter offers an overview of patterns and profiles of participation and provision in adult learning across the countries included in the thematic review.
Issues in Adult Learning When dealing with the mode of provision, the key questions are: • What are the types of provision and providers? What are the respective roles of providers? • Is classroom-based teaching still the prevalent way of teaching adults? • Is the learning enterprise a reality? • What is the private/public breakdown in terms of adult learning providers? • To what extent is distance learning a solution? Is it widely used? Countries’ policies and practices The patterns described in Chapter 3 do not appear in a vacuum but are closely related to existing policies and practices.
But they are also to some extent analytical, in that they try to see why, and in what settings, innovative solutions work. 35 © OECD 2003 Beyond Rhetoric: Adult Learning Policies and Practices BIBLIOGRAPHY BJØRNÅVOLD, J. (2000), “Making Learning Visible: Identification, Assessment and Recognition of Non-formal Learning in Europe”, CEDEFOP, Thessaloniki, July. BJØRNÅVOLD, J. (2001), Assessment and Recognition of Non-formal Learning in Europe: Main Tendencies and Challenges, Communication prepared for the OECD-KRIVET International Conference on Adult Learning Policies, 5-7 December, Seoul, Korea.
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