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June 9, 2018

LEARNING AND MOTIVATION
in Seminars at the Third Age University
Zsuzsa Kovács - Georgina Kasza - Attila Károly Molnár

Since aging has an impact on every aspect of life, it affects the social, economic, and cultural ways of the human. That's why we consider it necessary to study aging processes and development opportunities (Boulton-Lewis, 2010). In our time there are considerable demographic changes that, in the first half of this century, the elderly population is expected to increase dramatically. However, this process is not resulted in reducing in the activity of the elderly, which is because this age group has a wide range of interests (Zouba, N. et al., 2010). Along with the very successful lectures on the University of the Third Age, ELTE decided to develop a series of seminars that would provide more active and participatory learning opportunities for elderly people, who are mostly retired. Two benefits of this activity emerged within the pilot programme: (1) the continuous support of positive adult development through engaging older people in active learning, and (2) the professional learning processes of those doctoral students who led these seminars on various topics (family tree investigation, online learning tools for adult learners, EU and education, learning difficulties among children and adults). (Photo: ESREA)

 

 


 

 

 
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