What adult educators learn and experience in one part of Europe may inspire adult educators in other countries and help them improve the quality of their own offers. In InfoNet we consider it as one of our central tasks to facilitate this process of transnational exchange. In this issue community learning, motivating adults with low reading skills and intergenerational training are among the topics covered.
At the same time we want to promote European cooperation and comparison between European countries. In this issue an article tells about a European study on the “pay-off” of investment in adult education. Another article is based on a European project about adult learning professionals in prison teaching. Finally two InfoNet correspondents compare intergenerational training in Italy and the Netherlands.
We have highlighted three articles of the articles that have been published on the InfoNet website since last Newsletter:
Also appearing since early November are these articles:
You can access these articles at the InfoNet website (http://www.infonet-ae.eu/) – as well as the rich database of articles, produced by InfoNet over the years.
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