CR&DALL Seminar Series 2015-2016

Learner centred approaches to adult education in Scotland

The Adult Learning in Scotland Statement of Ambition states that adult learning should be lifelong, life-wide and learner-centred. This interactive workshop will explore what we understand by a learner centred approach to adult learning and how it impacts on our practice.

The key address will be from Professor Michele Schweisfurth who is Professor of Comparative and International Education at the University of Glasgow. Her research interests include an analysis of learner centred education.

CR&DALL Themes: 

UBDC/CR&DALL Seminar: The pop­‐up reality for youth on the urban fringe

The Urban Big Data Centre (UBDC), in collaboration with the Centre for Research & Development in Lifelong Learning (CR&DALL) at the University of Glasgow, is pleased to invite you to a free seminar with Professor Margaret Robertson, La Trobe University, whose long-standing research includes youth studies and cross-cultural differences.

Agenda 2030 – From the past towards the future we want

Global policies on education and lifelong learning influence regional, national and local policies. Historically the de-colonization period was a new beginning, but often led with a bad ending.  A very important milestone in developing a global education agenda was the World Education Forum in 2000 in Dakar, and the then agreed Framework for Action on Education for All.

Wellbeing and learning for a better life: Reflecting across cultures and contexts - Nov 3, Glasgow

The Urban Big Data Centre in partnership with CR&DALL presents a half-day conference on "Wellbeing and learning for a better life: Reflecting across cultures and contexts" featuring Prof. Anna Robinson-Pant, Professor of Education, University of East Anglia, and Dr.


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