Mezigenerační učení v rámci programů a kurzů neformálního vzdělávání pro děti, rodiče a prarodiče
Cross-generational Learning in Programmes and Courses of non-formal Education for childern, parents and grandparents
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The paper is one of the first outputs of a research project called “Cross-generational Learning: Children, Parents and Grandparents in Non-formal Education and Informal Learning” . It opens with a brief account of the concept of cross-generational learning and then moves on to map the offer of courses and programmes of non-formal learning presenting an opportunity for members of families belonging to different generations to learn from one another. This outline is used as a starting point for further analysis of to which extent, in which ways and by whom these courses are attended, which is the participants’ motivation for enrolment, how they view their benefits and whether at all they perceive these activities as a part of their learning. These more detailed insights are based on participant observation and questioning undertaken in selected courses to be used for subsequent implementation of a questionnaire survey among participants of courses and programmes of non-formal education.
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