UNESCO

Lifelong Learning
The Relationship Between Formal
Education and Continuing Education

Prepared by:
MARK P. ARMENTA...
Lifelong Learning Defined
• education and learning, far from being
“denotes an overall scheme aimed

limited to a period o...
MILLENNIUM DEVELOPMENT GOALS
by United Nations, 2001

Goal 1: Eradicate extreme poverty and diseases
Goal 6: Combat HIV/AI...
Education for All Goals
Dakar World Education Forum , UNESCO 2000

2

ensuring that by 2015 all children,
particularly gir...
Continuing Education Defined

as the provision of
opportunity for
lifelong learning
after primary
schooling
The Three Subsets of
Continuing Education
Technical/Vocational

Higher Education

Doctorate
Diploma 2
Diploma 1
Certificate 3

Masters Degree
Equivalency
Pathways

...
POTENTIAL CLIENTELES OF NFE
Enroll in first
year high
school
Finish high
school
Pursue higher
education

EDUCATION
COHORT
...
Lifelong Learning Defined
No. Criterion

Formal Education

1. Objective

To acquire lifelong skills and To acquire skills ...
CONTINUING EDUCATION
Non-Formal
Education

National
Certificate

Informal
Education
Skills

Degree

Formal Education
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  1. 1. UNESCO Lifelong Learning The Relationship Between Formal Education and Continuing Education Prepared by: MARK P. ARMENTA MAEd-Ed.Mgt.Student
  2. 2. Lifelong Learning Defined • education and learning, far from being “denotes an overall scheme aimed limited to a period of attendance at both at restructuring the existing school, should extend throughout life, education system and at developing include all skills and branches of the entire educational potential knowledge, use all possible means, and outside the education system in such give opportunityandall people for full a scheme men to women are the development of the personality; the agents of their own education, educational and learning processes in through continual interaction between which thoughts and actions; and their children, young people adults of all ages are involved in the course of their lives, in whatever form, should be considered as a whole.” (From the Recommendation on the Development of Adult Education, UNESCO, 1976).
  3. 3. MILLENNIUM DEVELOPMENT GOALS by United Nations, 2001 Goal 1: Eradicate extreme poverty and diseases Goal 6: Combat HIV/AIDS, malaria and otherhunger Goal 2: Achieve environmental sustainability Goal 7: Ensure universal primary education Goal 3: Promote gender equality and empower women Goal 8: Develop a global partnership for development Goal 4: Reduce child mortality Goal 5: Improve maternal health
  4. 4. Education for All Goals Dakar World Education Forum , UNESCO 2000 2 ensuring that by 2015 all children, particularly girls, children in difficult circumstances and those belonging to ethnic minorities, have access to and complete, free and compulsory primary education of good quality achieving a 50 per cent improvement in levels of adult literacy by 2015, especially for women, and equitable access to basic and continuing education for all adults 4
  5. 5. Continuing Education Defined as the provision of opportunity for lifelong learning after primary schooling
  6. 6. The Three Subsets of Continuing Education
  7. 7. Technical/Vocational Higher Education Doctorate Diploma 2 Diploma 1 Certificate 3 Masters Degree Equivalency Pathways Post Graduate Diploma Certificate 2 Bachelors Degree Certificate 1 Associate Secondary Education Elementary Education Early Childhood Education
  8. 8. POTENTIAL CLIENTELES OF NFE Enroll in first year high school Finish high school Pursue higher education EDUCATION COHORT ESTIMATES 23 43 For every 100 grade 6 pupils 58 66 from the Philippine Technical Vocational Education and Training (TVET) System pp.3-4
  9. 9. Lifelong Learning Defined No. Criterion Formal Education 1. Objective To acquire lifelong skills and To acquire skills for immediate to obtain a certificate use. 2. Time-frame It takes a long time to obtain Short and intermittent. the certificates and it involves full-time concentration. 3. Curriculum Academic in approach Non-formal Education and Self Learning Unacademic but it suits the needs of the target groups/functional. 4.Methodology Institutional with authoritarian teacher/student relationship Flexible. Adult oriented. Stress on independent learning. 5. Control Top down relationship Flexible depending on situation, but largely self-initiated.
  10. 10. CONTINUING EDUCATION Non-Formal Education National Certificate Informal Education Skills Degree Formal Education
  11. 11. Thank You for listening!!! Get ready for the next reporter!
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