Education Systems International
Keyword from Index: informal education
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1 - LifeLong Learning in Palestine Project LLIP
Palestinian Autonomous Areas
The project "LifeLong Learning in Palestine" is a Tempus Project of the European Commission under the lead of the School of Education at the University of Glasgow with partner institutions in England, Malta and Palestine. The website offers a lot of fulltext documents and videos not only on lifelong learning but also on other educational topics in Palestine (e.g. civil [...]
2 - Cameroon Association for the Protection and Education of the Child (CAPEC)
The Cameroon Association for the Protection and Education of the Child (CAPEC) is a non-governmental, not for profit organization. Since its inception in 2002, the organization has been working with children/youths, parents, government bodies and intergovernmental bodies in the promotion of community welfare. It works to identify the needs of the child, especially the rural [...]
Education Statistiks (Turkey)
The website offers data tables on formal education, non-formal education and education expenditures. Some of the publications are available as full texts.
Latvian Adult Education Association (LAEA)
Latvian Adult Education Association (LAEA) is a non-governmental, non-profit organisation which unites adult education providers in Latvia – both individuals and organisations. LAEA was founded on December 14, 1993 with support from Latvia\'s Ministry of Education and Science and the Institute for International Cooperation of the German Adult Education Association. The aim [...]
5 - Estonian Non-formal Adult Education Association (ENAEA)
The Estonian Non-formal Adult Education Association (ENAEA) is a non-governmental, national umbrella organisation in the non-formal adult education field associating education-orientated NGOs (69 member organisations in 2007).
The mission of the Estonian Non-formal Adult Education Association as a civic association and nation-wide organization connecting educationally [...]
6 - Education Encyclopedia: Global Education Reference
Yemen; Sudan; Suriname; Zambia; Swaziland; Zimbabwe; Sweden; Switzerland; Syria; Taiwan; Tajikistan; Tanzania; Thailand; Togo; Tonga; Trinidad and Tobago; Saint Kitts and Nevis; Saint Lucia; Saint Vincent and the Grenadines; Samoa; San Marino; Sao Tome and Principe; Tunisia; Saudi Arabia; Turkey; Senegal; Turkmenistan; Turks and Caicos Islands; Tuvalu; Serbia; Seychelles; Uganda; Sierre Leone; Ukraine; Singapore; United Arab Emirates; Slovak Republic; United Kingdom; Slovenia; Solomon Islands; United States; Somalia; Uruguay; Virgin Islands of the United States; South Africa, Republic; Uzebekistan; Vanuatu; Vatican City; Republic of Korea; Venezuela; Spain; Vietnam; Western Sahara; Sri Lanka
The site of the US American Directory of State Universities offers an online encyclopedia on education. The chapter "Global Education References" delivers statistical data and texts on education systems in different countries.
7 - TrainingInfo - Le Site de la Formation en Belgique
This site offers a database for practical further training courses in Belgium. You can search for examples of training and vocational programmes, continuing education and language courses, as well as companies or educational institutions. Additionally, in the sector "bibliothèque", there are selected literary abstracts available.
8 - The Danish Adult Education Association
The Danish Adult Education Association is an organisation which promotes nonformal adult education through collaboration, information and development. DAEA represents 32 member organisations. Adult education in Denmark consists of a broad variety of programmes and institutions, both in the formal and in informal sector. Most of them are partly financed by the state or the [...]
9 - Folkehøjskolernes forening i Danmark
The first Folk High School was founded in Rødding, Denmark, in 1844, on the initiative of Kristen Kold who was inspired by the educational thinking of N.F.S. Grundtvig. Grundtvig identified a growing democratic need in society of enlightening the often both uneducated and poor peasantry. This social group had neither the time nor the money to enroll at a university and needed [...]
10 - UNESCO Institute for Lifelong Learning (UIL)
In July 2006 the former UNESCO Institute for Education (UIE) founded in Hamburg in 1951-52 has changed its name and is now the UNESCO Institute for Lifelong Learning (UIL). The previous name was too unspecific and did not accurately reflect the Institute's long-standing focus on adult learning as well as out-of-school and non-formal education in the perspective of lifelong [...]
11 - Rossijskyj Obrazovatel'nyj Forum (Russisches Bildungsforum) http://www.schoolexpo.ru/
The website comprises according to its own statement "all facets of the Russian education system". Among the organizers of the Russian Education Forum one can find also the Ministry of Education and Science of the Russian Federation. Focal point of the homepage is the 10th International Specialised Exhibition of educational institutions in preschool, middle school and [...]
12 - Main Trends of Environmental Education in Russia http://www.creekfarm.net/partners/ecosystem/us/feduc.htm
This full text provides an analysis of environmental education in Russian schools during the past 10 years. It identifies at least 5 trends: "school ( theoretical) ecology", "technical (industrial) ecology", "socio-political ecology", "playing ecology", 'field ecology". In the 1930s the naturalistic approach in the USSR was changed into a "socialist" one.
13 - Novatorstvo Intel v obrazovanii http://www.intel.com/cd/corporate/education/emea/rus/index.htm
The worldwide in the field of computer technology operating Intel Corporation (headquarters in the U.S.A.) presents itself as innovator and initiator of activities in the education system of the Russian Federation. Several links provide information about the areas and levels of Intel engagement and the educational programmes which are supported by the enterprise.
14 - Young Enterprise Malta
Young Enterprise Malta is a non-profit organisation in the field of enterprise education and economic development. It improves young people\'s understanding of business, economics, and entrepreneurship through a partnership between local business and education communities. With a learning-by-doing experience it provides groups of pupils over a full academic year with the [...]
15 - Foundation for Educational Services (FES)
The FES is conceived as a mechanism that enables the Education Division at the Ministry of Education to provide, among others, a range of innovative educational initiatives in the field of literacy support. It develops and manages educational programmes: the Hilti Programme ( family literacy clubs, named Hilti Clubs, are aimed at students in the early primary years and their [...]
16 - Association for the Development of Education in Africa. Working group on non-formal Education.
ADEA has sponsored research involving the discovery of present and potential dynamics of the new generation of non-formal education activities emerging in Africa. More specifically, researchers have examined in relation to non-formal education: the activities sponsored by new actors, new relationships to formal education, and new needs for local direction of socio-economic [...]
17 - infed: the informal education homepage
A site devoted to the field of informal education. Informal education can be understood "as the lifelong process in which people learn from everyday experience" and which takes place outside institutions, organisations or community groups. The site contains numerous materials and texts on the subject.