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Six teaching strategies for adult learners

According to Pointpark University Philadelphia,  by understanding adult students, you can become a better educator or trainer. Here are six key teaching strategies for making lessons more applicable for adult learners. 1.Keep It Relevant They have to understand how the skills they learn will improve their daily lives. If they believe a lesson will have a measurable impact, they will be far more likely to be engaged and internalize the lesson. 2. Remember Student Backgrounds Adult…

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Second transnational meeting Upgrade E-adults

The COVID-19 pandemic that affected every country globally, didn’t stop the partners of Upgrade-Eadults project that met virtually online for the 2 transnational project meeting. Despite the circumstances, this was a great opportunity to experience first hand the benefits and advantages of digital education and digital technologies which allow us to remote-working during this extraordinary moment. The partners, led by the coordinator, had the opportunity, to talk about the project tasks implementation and discuss some…

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Using social media for your job search

Nowadays social media are a potent ally in the job search; the labor market is constantly changing and adapting to the smartest technologies, looking for ways to complete tasks in the fastest but also effective ways. Within this overview, for someone approaching again the labour market after some time, it becomes essential to be up to date with the newest tools and resources to increase the chances to be recruited.   The old but good…

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Digital Competences for Educators – DigCompEdu

Digital technology enriches learning in a variety of ways and offers learning opportunities, which must be accessible to all; digitalization affects how people live, interact, study and work. This makes investing in one’s digital skills throughout life of the utmost importance.Digital competences require an interest in digital technologies and their use with a confident, critical, and responsible way. Digital competences include computer science and computer literacy, communication and collaboration, media literacy, creation of digital content,…

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