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Čas a věk hraje roli: tři generace se učí v kurzech

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Title in English Time and Age Do Matter: Three Generations Learning in Courses


Year of publication 2010
Type Article in Periodical
Magazine / Source Studia paedagogica
MU Faculty or unit

Faculty of Arts

Field Pedagogy and education
Keywords learning; generations; intergenerational learning; intergenerational programmes; courses of non-formal education
Description The contribution continues an article briefly introducing the concept of intergenerational learning, published in the 2009/2 issue of Studia Paedagogica. The article reviewed the offer of the courses and programmes of informal education as opportunities for family members of various generations to learn among each other. The review became the starting point of further exploration of what motivates people to take up the courses, what they gain in them, how they judge the participation of people of various generations, and how they perceive intergenerational learning. A more detailed view like this is based on a questionnaire survey among the participants of the courses of informal education, of three different generations: parents, grandparents and children, though not of one an the same family. Their response is compared among each other and, in some case, confronted with the results of other surveys.
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