Live and Learn project produced videos about adult learning.
24.06.2016

Building Harmony: the first Live and Learn video is ready!

There’s a story behind every adult learner and every educator. The Live and Learn project consortium aims to shed some light on the learning pathways in lifelong learning and is now ready to present the results.

ELM, the European Lifelong Learning Magazine, is now bringing you the first video, coming all the way from Finland. You can also have a look below to discover the story of an amateur orchestra and their conductor.

BUILDING HARMONY Live and Learn – Stories of adult learning from Elm Magazine on Vimeo.

Yet another one, from Denmark, takes the learner’s perspective and proves that difficult school experiences do not have to spoil the pleasure of learning in later life. Find out what Søren Jensen has to say about his story:

NO UPPER LIMIT Live and Learn -Stories of adult learning from Elm Magazine on Vimeo.

All the videos will be screened during the final project workshop which will take place in Brussels on June 29, during EAEA’s Annual Conference. Don’t forget to follow the project on Instagram to find out what was happening behind the scenes!

 

Text: Raffaela KihrerPhotos: Live and Learn project

13.10.2021 Democracy

EAEA awarded digitalisation and democracy in adult education

MEDIA RELEASE. The 18th annual Grundtvig Awards were given to #GEMMA and DIGIT-AL. Both initiatives have made great contributions in building digital citizenship and promoting democracy.

01.10.2021 advocacy

EAEA has opened its annual country reports survey

EAEA has opened its annual country reports survey. The country reports, published on the country reports website since 2019, inform all ALE stakeholders about innovations and challenges in our sector and have become a key document for our advocacy. Our members are invited to complete this year's survey by 22 October. The 2021 country reports will be published at the end of the year.

30.09.2021 policy

The power of Bildung

EAEA's Bildung project has launched its very first project result, providing a comprehensive overview on why we need Bildung-based approach in adult learning and education. This publication is the first part of a six-issue series exploring Bildung and different thematic topics.