Attila Károly Molnár









Apr 26, 2019

University of Dunaújváros

Attila Károly Molnár:
How Prisoners Learn: Andragogical Tools in the Hungarian Penitentiary

For prisoners, learning in prison can greatly support the planning of post-release life and the success of labor market integration. The prison systems support the learning of prisoners, education in prison is being developed worldwide. The successful reintegration into society requires all forms of lifelong learning in prisons. These forms are the formal, the non-formal and the informal learning.

Zsuzsa Kovács, Attila Károly Molnár, Georgina Kasza:
Beneficiaries of Third Age University: Participants and Lecturers

The learning of elderly is one of the important pillars of lifelong learning and the building of a learning society. In its implementation, universities must take a long term responsibility. Based on the experiences of the Third Age University lecture series of Eötvös Loránd University, the Institute of Research on Adult Education and Knowledge Management has launched a series of seminars that provide learning opportunities based on active participation for the elderly, mostly for the retired. This pilot program had two main advantages: (1) supporting the elderly in the learning process based on active participation, and (2) supporting the teaching work of some doctoral students. In two academic years (2016 to 2018), the doctoral students conducted seminars for 2 to 3 semesters in different subjects, primarily related to their research area. The preparation of the doctoral studies and the holding of the seminars was supported by a learning community, which delegated one of ELTE's instructors, who as a mentor, helped the work of the doctoral students.



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