It was a difficult beginning, actually around all the changes of the breakdown of the Soviet Union and the emerging new independent states including Armenia and Georgia. Strong cultural traditions helped much to cope with the new challenges of modernization. Adult education and its services in community-based learning, skills training, reconciliation projects, and ever growing chances for exchange and networking played important roles.
This new project aims to implement, track and evaluate an innovative methodology that invites teachers, artists and learners to explore languages across modes, media and creative sources of culture. Teaching and learning English successfully in a multilingual world requires innovation, creativity, the ability to draw on all linguistic resources and a sense of identity - local and connected to the wider world.
The relationship between the University of Glasgow’s School of Education and the Indian Institute of Science Education and Research (IISER) Pune has been strengthened over the last two years as staff from both institutions worked collaboratively on a range of projects to strengthen and promote STEM pedagogies and Collaborative, Online, International Learning (COIL) for pre-service and in-service science teachers.
This 8 part online professional learning series brings together experts in adult numeracy education to explore effective numeracy teaching for adults – with a strong emphasis on fun and engagement. Expert presenters will address different aspect of numeracy offering strategies to use with individuals as well as small or whole group work.
We are pleased to alert CR&DALL subscribers to the 2nd edition of the Routledge Handbook of the Sociology of Higher Education. It is particular resonant for the centre since my co-author of the first edition was the late Andy Furlong, a member of the CR&DALL. It contains a chapter on Access to Higher Education by CR&DALL Director, Mike Osborne.