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  1. Conference “New Trends on Adult Education” 16 November, 2010 Intergenerational learning: a way to foster Intergenerational solidarity Teresa Almeida Pinto Email: teresa@viver.org

  2. Teresa Almeida Pinto | teresa@viver.org • Reflection: why mature and older people do not participate in LLL? • Results from the inquiry in the registration Form • Intergerational learning: a way to foster Intergenerational solidarity

  3. Teresa Almeida Pinto | teresa@viver.org Currently EU27 has 141 millions of inhabitants aged between 50 and 70 years old, but only 6,5 millions participate in education or training activities Source: Eurostat, 2010

  4. Reasons of participation in non-formal education and training UK, SE and HU (2008) 35 and 54 years Source: Eurostat AES, 2008

  5. Teresa Almeida Pinto | teresa@viver.org Participation of low-skilled and older persons (50-64) in lifelong learning, 2007 (%) Source: Eurostat, EU labour force survey (LFS), 2007, date of extraction: May 2008

  6. Teresa Almeida Pinto | teresa@viver.org we learn trough informal or even accidental means, all sort of subjects. Learning everyday it’s as natural as breading every minute. Source: Eurostat, EU labour force survey (LFS), 2007, date of extraction: May 2008

  7. how people can transform their every day informal and accidental learning in to a valuable asset, not only to themselves but also to society? What kind of skills mature and older people, should develop? Madonna, 51 years

  8. Education and training Programmes, for mature and older adults, should be focused on improving their. Source:Participants in the Conference “New Trends on Adult Education”: 179 ansewers received, 153 validated

  9. Next generation of Education and training Programmes, for mature and older adults, should pay more attention to: Source:Participants in the Conference “New Trends on Adult Education”: 179 ansewers received, 153 validated

  10. The primary objectives of Education and Training Programmes should be:

  11. Intergerational learning: a way to foster Intergenerational solidarity • 2020 Strategy • become more green, for the sake of the planet • become more solidary, for the sake of humankind How to create solide links between generations?

  12. Intergerational learning: a way to foster Intergenerational solidarity Intergenerational Activities Intergenerational Learning Source: Eurostat, EU labour force survey (LFS), 2007, date of extraction: May 2008

  13. Intergerational learning: a way to foster Intergenerational solidarity Intergenerational Activities (involve some degree of learning, but usually learning it’s not the central focus) how can we take advantage from the know-how and success of intergenerational activities and incorporate it’s principles into education? Source: Eurostat, EU labour force survey (LFS), 2007, date of extraction: May 2008

  14. Teresa Almeida Pinto | teresa@viver.org How generations can learn and evolve together? • Promote: • Intergenerational learning as an academic discipline • Active intergenerational learning, at local level Source: Eurostat, EU labour force survey (LFS), 2007, date of extraction: May 2008

  15. Intergenerational learning as an academic discipline How prepared are the current professionals, to design transports, houses or daily objects, to older people? How Prepared are university teachers to have in their class rooms, students, not only younger than them, but also oldest ones? Is it the same to a lawyer or a psychologist, when they address to older people, or to young, adult people?

  16. Intergenerational learning as an academic discipline We need to define standards, equalize terms, identify and elect methods, procedures, and above all, re-organize the concept and the model

  17. Active intergenerational learning, at local level WHO Concept of Age Friendly Cities Learning across life-span Intergenerational Learning at local level

  18. Active intergenerational learning, at local level Companies, social institutions and local municipalities, are the better equipped to conduct regional projects, tailored to the real need of their citizens. Older people need to express their willing to keep contribute to society, regardless to their age, skills and socio-economic background.

  19. Active intergenerational learning, at local level Here some examples: Elders learning from youngsters, other subjects besides ICT or languages; Intergenerational entrepreneurship and self-employment shared between young and elders; Knowledge sharing in the workplace; Intergenerational partnerships between younger and the older family business owners or managers, near retirement and without available biological family to succeed; Source: MATES Project

  20. THANK YOU ! Teresa Almeida Pinto Contact: teresa@viver.org