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ONE YEAR LATER. PEFETE. P an- E uropean F orum for E ducation of T he E lderly, a Grundtvig 4 network project. workshop "Basic Principles of Senior Citizens' Education" 2004 workshop "Interactive Learning" 2005 workshop ''Train-the-Trainer" (Grundtvig 3) 2006.

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ONE YEAR LATER

PEFETE

Pan-European Forum for Education of The Elderly,

a Grundtvig 4 network project


workshop "Basic Principles of Senior Citizens' Education" 2004

workshop "Interactive Learning" 2005

workshop ''Train-the-Trainer" (Grundtvig 3) 2006

publication ''Actual Trends in Senior Citizens´ Education" 2004

publication "Involving Senior Citizens´ Initiatives in Learning " 2005

publication "Learning Partnerships" 2006

Outputs

  • an informative and interactive website with the possibilitity to transform in a virtual community 2003

  • all publications will be available on the web      


Education: the process whereby people,individually and in association with others, engage in direct encounter and then purposefully reflect upon, validate, transform , give personal meaning to and seek to integrate their different ways of knowing (Weil &McGill, 1989)


Themes/ Target groups - REFLECTED IN COUNTRY REPORTS

  • all relevant aspects of senior citizens education:

    •          access to

    •          objectives

    •          programs

    •          methods

    •        links to existing adult education

  • specific attention to the situation of older women

  • specific attention for the increasing number of senior citizens from ethnic minorities

  • special regard to frail and housebounded elderly

  • including particularly the need for new intergenerational links and intercultural aspects


Incoherent policy on education and ageing

Most of senior citizen's education is:

- not institutionalised

- not formal

- not functional

- not vocational

But based on

- self directive and experiential learning

- self organisation


Historical and cultural diversity in AE


Historical and cultural diversity in AE


Concept of elderly education

This means that we have

to translate concrete

learning activities

into

  • Empowerment

  • Competence development

  • Social participation

  • Integration


Boston Consultancy Group Matrixon senior citizens education


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