trajectories in adult education related to globalization as "adult education does not occur in a vacuum" (p. ). She emphasized the need to consider research on lifelong learning that has been impacted by global education. Merriam’s work further highlighted the need for the sharing of knowledge among international educators in a global context. Feb 11, · Globalization enhances the ability of learners to access, assess, adopt, and apply knowledge, to think independently to exercise appropriate judgment and to collaborate with others to make sense of new situations. - Globalization produces an increased quantity of scientifically and technically trained persons.
Practice of adult education under globalization I have identified that globalization has several implications for adult education – there are varied social impacts; it impacts purpose of education; it tends to make education a commodity; and, challenges whose knowledge is used, valued, or taught as well as what language material is taught. The main thrust of the chapter deals with three main issues that relate adult education and globalization: first, the importance of contexts, systems and trends in changing adult education under the age of globalization; second, the relation between globalization and adult education and lifelong learning policies; and thirdly, the case of lifelong learning policies in the European Union is presented as an example of supra-national continental economic and political integration on national Author: Manuel Ahedo.
This article explores how notions of diaspora, migration, and globalization intersect to inform identities and social realities of those who leave their homeland and resettle in other nations. It calls for expanding the discourse of adult education to incorporate critical studies of the diaspora to make visible the inequality and imbalance of power inherent in the process of migration and . Publisher: R&L Education ISBN: Size: MB Format: PDF, Docs Category: Social Science Languages: en Pages: View: We offer in this book a collection of chapters that reflect a broad range of issues linking globalization to education in an accessible yet theoretically grounded and detailed form.
4 GLOBALIZATION AND ADULT EDUCATION Education has been proclaimed an integral part of human rights: It must be free and compulsory with regards to basic, elementary teaching. Vocational and technological teaching must be widely available and access to higher education available to all equally, on the basis of merit. This book looks at the impact of globalization on adult education and training generally, and on women more specifically. AET strategies, including towards women, workplace training and the recognition of experiential learning are explored, as are participatory approaches in diverse contexts and countries.