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2018 | 9 | 2 | 169-174
Article title

Non-Formal Adult Education: Challenges and Prospectsof 21st Century

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Abstracts
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The article defines the essence and significance of adult non-formal education as an important component of the system of continuing education; analyzes changes in the definition of the phe-nomenon of non-formal adult education, its role and place in the knowledge society; emphasizes on the importance of development of mechanisms for validation of results of non-formal and informal adult education, training of and ragogues; outlines perspectives of its development.
Year
Volume
9
Issue
2
Pages
169-174
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Dates
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2018
Contributors
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  • Dr hab. of Science in Education, Professor of Department of Pedagogy of A.S. Makarenko Sumy State Pedagogical University, Ukraine
author
  • PhD, Senior teacher of Department of English Language Practice of A.S. Makarenko Sumy State Pedagogical University, Ukraine
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