I would like to draw your attention to a two-day prison education webinar being offered by the University of Guadalajara on 22 September 2021 at 1700 (CDMX)(GMT -5) with some of the best prison education professors and investigators in Latin America.
We are proud to announce that the fourth volume of Advances in Global Education and Research, an open-access textbook has been published. The chapters in this book are peer-reviewed as part of the 4th Global Conference on Education and Research (GLOCER).
A conversation about adaptation through needs based lifelong learning, this presentation will draw from recent research on Men’s Sheds in regional and remote Victoria. It will reference a case study of a community-based Shed in a disadvantaged rural location to discuss the role local community learning can play in responding to and developing resilience in the face of locally experienced global disasters.
The School of Education invites applications for the position of Lecturer in Adult Education (Research & Teaching Track) at University of Glasgow. The School of Education is one of the leading Schools of Education globally, ranked No 38 in the QS for Education and Training (2021). We are a large and dynamic unit which brings together academics and researchers with expertise across all sectors of education: formal and non-formal, pre-school through to higher, adult and community education.
My name is Dr Patrick Holloway and I work at the ASEM LLL Hub at UCC. As CR&DALL members work closely with the ASEM LLL Hub, I am pleased to take the opportunity to tell subscribers a little about my background with adult education.
Join us for the third session of this special three-part series of webinars.
Session 3: Reading comprehension
Reading is about understanding an author’s message. In this session I will discuss why comprehension must always be the target and then go on to share a range of practical approaches that may be used to ensure that readers are ultimately monitoring their own comprehension.
Editorial The year ahead – a turning point? – medium and long-term challenges – proposed contents for the rest of 2021 - Chris Duke.
Foolhardy it may be in this second year of pandemic, but first to sketch how the rest of 2021 may look, if only in terms of this Bulletin. The aspiration at least says something about what this year, pandemic apart, feels most pressing in importance and urgent.
The Canadian Journal for the Study of Adult Education (CJSAE) is pleased to announce that the Spring 2021 issue is now available on the CJSAE website.
Welcome to our first issue of Quest for 2021. This issue features stories about the impact of adult learning programs from around Australia.
You'll find stories about Australia's adult literacy crisis and how experts suggest we address it, how a small Tasmanian town is opening up opportunities for its residents by teaching them to drive, and how a Wangaratta based adult education centre has revamped a course in foundation skills to help people focus on their personal as well as their educational goals.