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ERIC Number: ED213534
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1981
Pages: 198
Abstractor: N/A
Reference Count: N/A
School and Life-long Learning. Wb: Entwicklung 2 (Wb: Development 2). Interskola (Interschool)-Conference Lectures and Group Reports, 1979.
Eccleston, John, Comp.; Schmidt, Ferdinand, Comp.
This booklet contains the lectures and reports of the work-groups of the Interskola-Conference which took place at Dusseldorf July 21-27, 1979, for the purpose of finding out what changes schools must make to motivate pupils for life-long learning. Lectures covered the role of the school in the concept of life-long learning; kinds of learning which are possible after formal schooling and methods to motivate adults to continue their education; the role of community schools in adult education programs; communication between school and students, school and parents, and school and community; relevance of education; experimental uses of closed circuit television in continuing education; vocational education programs; problems of education in rural areas; proposed legislation; proposals for making higher education more accessible and its development more flexible; and suggestions for developing minority cultures, both linguistically and socially. Group Reports covered problems and offered suggestions for reform in the organizational, curricular, and teacher training aspects of life-long learning and in the production of technical aids for instruction. One group covered problems of life-long learning programs in sparsely populated areas and suggested some possible solutions. Summaries in German were added to the lectures and reports. (CM)
Landesinstitut fur Curriculumentwicklung, Lehrerfortbildung und Weiterbildung, Gorlitzer Str. 3, 4040 Neuss, West Germany.
Publication Type: Collected Works - Proceedings
Education Level: N/A
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Language: EnglishGerman
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Authoring Institution: State Inst. for the Development of Curricula, Teachers' Inservice Training and Adult Education, Neuss (West Germany).
Identifiers - Location: West Germany