Neformalus suaugusiųjų švietimas : privataus mokymų sektoriaus atvejis

Mokslo publikacijos / Scientific publications
Document Type:
Straipsnis / Article
Lietuvių kalba / Lithuanian
Neformalus suaugusiųjų švietimas: privataus mokymų sektoriaus atvejis
Alternative Title:
Informal adult education: the case study of a private sector
In the Journal:
Studijos šiuolaikinėje visuomenėje. 2011, Nr. 2(1), p. 17-22
Neformalus saugusiųjų švietimas; Neformalus suaugusiųjų švietimas; Privataus švietimo sektorius; Privatus švietimo sektoriu; Privatus švietimo sektorius; Švietimo lygmenys.
Education levels; Informal adult education; Informal adults education; Private education sector.
Summary / Abstract:

LTStraipsnyje analizuojama suaugusiųjų neformalaus švietimo situacija Lietuvoje privataus mokymų sektoriaus atvejo pagrindu. Tyrimo koncepcija remiasi atvejo studijos empirine strategija, taip pat ir mokymosi visą gyvenimą filosofiniu pagrindu. Konstatuojama, kad vieningos mokymų sistemos privačiame lygmenyje nebuvimas ir sąsajų su formaliuoju švietimu fragmentiškumas apsunkina palankios konkurencijos įgyvendinamumą šalies darbo rinkoje, užkirsdamas kelią būsimų mokymų dalyvių motyvacijos žadinimui ir siūlomų programų patrauklumui. [Iš leidinio]

ENLithuania, along with other Eastern European countries, has experienced great changes within the late decades (i.e. globalization in all spheres of social activities, liberalization of the labour market, pluralistic ideas in education curricula on the basis of cosmopolitism, the beginning of open intercultural communication and its different approaches to the individual experience, intercultural dialogue etc.). The most obvious changes have occurred in the education system in general, especially the curricula of informal education has experienced unprecedented changes, i.e. a large step from the broad subject teaching to the quite narrow analysing and learning of more specific fields. Furthermore, one of the main changes in the sphere of informal education was the legalization of the recognition process of self-based learning and skill forming outside the formal education institutions. The peculiarities of the informal adult education in Lithuanian private sector are analyzed in this paper with the emphasis on the manner of relations between making political decisions and public discourse. The methodology of this research is based on both philosophical and empirical approaches of the lifelong learning frame, and also on the case study research design (according to Yin's references).These main barriers were identified after the case study in one of the private informal education institutions – UAB "Lyderio Akademija": i) the lack of financing to the activities of informal education; ii) increasing unemployment and the lack of possible adult learners' motivation; iii) the absence of the mechanism for the acknowledgement of training that was gained informally; iv) the absence of the unified education system both in public and private sectors that undoubtedly affects negatively the principle of realization of the constructive competition within the state's labour. [From the publication]

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