Community based adult learning: policy practice and progression

J. McIntyre

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Abstract

This paper reports on the first stage of analysis of data from a study of learners' perceptions of progression from community based adult learning in Scotland. The paper focuses on two case studies, and uses these to explore the learners' perceptions of progression in relation to descriptions of progression found in Scottish policy on lifelong learning. Commonalities and differences are highlighted. The paper discusses these, and explores the implications for policy makers and providers of non-formal and community based learning.
Original languageEnglish
Publication statusPublished - Jun 2009
EventLifelong learning revisited: what next? - University of Stirling, Scotland
Duration: 23 Jun 200926 Jun 2009

Conference

ConferenceLifelong learning revisited: what next?
CityUniversity of Stirling, Scotland
Period23/06/0926/06/09

Keywords

  • lifelong learning
  • learners
  • progression
  • community based adult learning
  • Scotland
  • policy
  • practice

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    McIntyre, J. (2009). Community based adult learning: policy practice and progression. Paper presented at Lifelong learning revisited: what next?, University of Stirling, Scotland, .