Asia-Europe-Meeting Hub for Lifelong Learning: Professionalisation of Lifelong Learning with a special emphasis on teacher training (seit 2007)

Im Jahr 2008 startete im Rahmen des ASEM-Hub for Lifelong Learning der Aufbau des Professionalisierungsnetzwerkes. ASEM steht für Asia-Europe-Meeting; hier entsteht ein Netzwerk zum Austausch zwischen Wissenschaft und Politik. Das ASEM-Netzwerk gliedert sich in fünf thematische Subnetzwerke. Im November 2008 fand das Kick-off-Meeting in Peking statt.
Ziel des Projektes ist die Entwicklung und Pflege eines asiatisch-europäischen Netzwerkes zur Professionalisierung. Vorbereitend auf die erste Konferenz des Netzwerks im Juni 2009 wurde das Schwerpunktthema „Professionalisierung in der Erwachsenenbildung“ der referierten rumänischen Zeitschrift für Erziehungswissenschaften erstellt. Vom 29. bis 30. Juni fand in Bergisch-Gladbach die asiatisch-europäische Konferenz „Teachers and Trainers in Adult Education and Lifelong Learning“ statt. Fragen der Professionalisierung, der Kompetenzen von Lehrenden und ihrer Qualifizierung widmeten sich 70 Bildungswissenschaftlern aus Asien und Europa. Auf der Konferenz wurde die derzeitige Situation in asiatischen und europäischen Ländern diskutiert, Vergleiche hergestellt, gemeinsame Probleme und Fragen definiert und damit Grundlagen für weitere Forschungsprojekte und Kooperationen gelegt.
Das im Sommer 2010 wird ein im Anschluss an die Konferenz publizierte Buch präsentiert Beiträge von Autor/inn/en aus verschiedenen asiatischen und europäischen Ländern. In diesem konnten erste Gemeinsamkeiten und Unterschiede des Professionalisierungsdiskurses auf den beiden Kontinenten herausgearbeitet werden.


Projektkoordination: Prof. Ekkehard Nuissl
bis 2009 Co-Koordination durch Dr. Regina Egetenmeyer
Zeitraum: seit 2007
Finanzierung: Asia-Europe Foundation, Deutsches Institut für Erwachsenenbildung
Finanzierung: Dt. Institut für Erwachsenenbildung, ASEM-Hub for Lifelong Learning
URL: http://www.dpu.dk/asem

Buchpublikation

Regina Egetenmeyer / Ekkehard Nuissl (eds.)
Teachers and Trainers in Adult and Lifelong Learning
Asian and European Perspectives

Frankfurt am Main, Berlin, Bern, Bruxelles, New York, Oxford, Wien, 2010.
223 pp., num. fig. and tab.
ISBN 978-3-631-61298-9 · hardback E (D) 29,80 / E (A) 30,70 / US-$ 43,95 / £ 25,10 / sFr 44,–

What competences are needed in future by people working within adult and lifelong learning? What pathways of professionalisation are available to them in Europe and Asia? What are the actual effects of teacher training? What are the specific responsibilities of adult and continuing education teachers and trainers? The book focuses on teachers and trainers in lifelong learning and their professional development. Therefore it gives an insight into the state of the art of professional development in Southeast Asia, Europe, China and India. Furthermore, professionalisation in adult and lifelong learning is explored under the headings of the effects of teacher
training, role-professionals, competences profiles and the question of responsibility. It also gives an insight into initiatives to professionalise the people working in adult and lifelong learning.

Content

State of art of the professional development of adult and lifelong learning in Southeast Asia, Europe, China and India · Future competences of people working in adult and lifelong learning · Pathways of professionalisation in Europe and Asia · Effects of teacher training · Responsibilities of teachers and trainers 

Rezensionen

Dang, Q. A. In: Revista de științe ale educației/Journal of Educational Sciences. Timisoara. Heft 1. 12. Jg. URL:
http://www.dpu.dk/fileadmin/www.dpu.dk/asemeducationandresearchhubforlifelonglearning/publications/resources_3844.pdf
Reischmann, J. In: REPORT. Zeitschrift für Weiterbilungsforschung (im Erscheinen) 

Asiatisch-Europäische Konferenz

 

Teachers and Trainers in Adult Education and Lifelong Learning
Professional Development in Asia and Europe

29.-30. Juni 2010 in Bergisch Gladbach/Deutschland

Tagungsprogramm

Conference Papers

In 2005, the German Institute for Adult Education - Leibniz Centre for Lifelong Learning (DIE) established a European Research Group on Competences (Q-Act Group) in the Field of Adult and Continuing Education (ACE). In May 2007, an interim summary was presented at the conference "Qualifying the Actors in Adult and Continuing Education" in Bad Honnef/Germany. This conference focussed on a number of activity types in ACE, such as: Teaching and Learning, Training and Development, Counselling and Guidance, Policy Making and Managing, Organisation and Technical Support, Evaluating and Assessing. The results of this conference have been published in English (Nuissl/Lattke 2008). Now it seems time to extend the discussion of the European research network to an Asian-European perspective. In this enlarged network, under the umbrella of the ASEM-Hub for Lifelong Learning, the focus is on teachers and trainers in Lifelong Learning contexts.
Looking at Lifelong Learning, we find more and more attention being given to particular people working in that field. In European policy documents, the quality of the teachers is seen as a key factor effecting the quality of the entire adult education (Commission of the European Communities 2006). Therefore the European Union intends to create standards for people working in adult education (European Commission 2007), as other national governments already did. Similarly, increasing efforts concerning personnel working in lifelong learning are taking place in Asia.
This conference will focus on teachers and trainers working in lifelong learning and on their profes-sional development: What competences are needed in future by people working in the field of lifelong learning? What pathways of professionalisation are available to them in Europe and Asia? What are the actual effects of teacher training? What are the specific responsibilities of ACE teachers and trainers? At the conference, we intend to exchange and compare findings, current research results, best practice and views on the situation of the personnel working in Lifelong Learning in Asian and in European countries.

Special Issue
Journal of Educational Sciences 01/2009

IREAjournal    

Teachers and Trainers in Adult Education and Lifelong Learning: Professional Development in Asia and Europe.

Journal of Educational Sciences, Volume 11, Nr 1 (19), 2009

West University of Timisoara and Romanian Institute of Adult Education, June, 2009 (ISSN 1454 7668)

Simona Sava (editor-in-chief)
Regina Egetenmeyer (guest editor)
Raluca Lupou (co-editor)

The topic of “professionalisation in adult education” has received international attention in the last few years. Two European documents have drawn educational-political attention to it: the Communication from the European Commission (2006, S. 7) “Adult learning: it is never too late to learn” describes the professional development of staff working in the field of adult education as key factor for the overall quality of adult learning. The intention of the “Action Plan on Adult learning” of the European Commission (2007, S. 9) is to formulate standards for the staff working in adult education.

Since October 2007 the Romanian Institute for Adult Eduation and the German Institute for Adult Education have been collaborating in the Asia-Europe Network on Professionalisation of Lifelong Learning with a special emphasis on teacher training under the ASEM-Hub for Lifelong Learning. This network aims at bringing together colleagues from Asia and Europe to work on the topic of professionalisation in adult education. Some papers of this volume are the results of two activities that took place in 2008. This special issue of the Journal of Educational Sciences presents current research results on the topic of professionalisation of adult education. Several papers of this issue were developed, presented and discussed in the above mentioned contexts. Now we are happy to present them together in three parts in this issue of the Journal.

 

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