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Gelijktijdigheid vh ongelijktijdige


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Gelijktijdigheid vh ongelijktijdige

  1. 1. Het gelijktijdige van hetongelijktijdigeLearning in early, mid and later lifeJumbo Klercq
  2. 2. Volkshogeschool Ons Erf, 1978Driekant, Opleiding & Advies, 1990Odyssee, 1999- 2008THE ELEPHANT LEARNING INDIVERSITY, 2008Stavoor, 2008 -2011 Learn for Life, 2010Nieuwe BV, 2011Participatie inDiversiteit, 2011
  3. 3. 1993 European Year of the ElderlyE.E.N.1999 UN Year of Older Persons andIntergenerational SolidarityI.C.I.PPIONEERINGPHASEOvergeneratiesgesproken,1995
  4. 4. 2012 European Year of Active AgeingGrundtvig network ForAgeIMPLEMENTINGPHASECOLLECTING&CONNECTINGPHASE
  5. 5. the navigation competencence
  6. 6. We experience the space,but we are driving in the time
  7. 7. Iedereen realiseert een uniekverborgen programma,niet in ruimte, maar in tijdDe wereld van de mogelijkhedenbestaat ​​niet in de ruimte, maar inde dimensie van de tijd
  8. 8. Iedereen realiseert een uniekverborgen programma,niet in ruimte, maar in tijd
  9. 9. Ageing is a process in timeas well aslearning is a process in timeCommunicatieveZelfsturing
  10. 10. Progress over time tends to followlearning curves.Learning is not compulsory, it iscontextual.It does not happen all at once, butbuilds upon and is shaped by whatwe already know.
  11. 11. Ageing and Learning - GeragogiekNo more deficit thinking, no more dependancethinkingBut more activatingAnd later empowerment and competentUSE IT OR LOOSE IT - DO WHAT YOU CAN DO
  12. 12. Levensloop, generaties, innovatiesen nieuwe competenties
  13. 13. End of the tree boxes of lifeTo learn =for chlidrenTo work =for adultsTo leisure =For retiredpeopleLifelongLearningWorkingLeisuringLife goes up and down…….
  14. 14. Tijdlijn+-
  15. 15. Generaties & maatsch. ontwikkelingen1930-19401940-19551955-19701970-19851985-20002000 -2013
  16. 16. Levensloopmodel(Klercq, Penninx)
  17. 17. Each generation plays a key role inhistory,but some are more key than others
  18. 18. Part of a lost generation?
  19. 19. Innovations changing people19Mapreader Cardriver Knowledge workerTimewatcher TV-watcher NetworkerBookreader Internetsurfer User of social mediaNew types of men and women
  20. 20. Ground-breakinginnovations20PloughJet fighterMicroscopeSoundamplifierDamContraceptivepillFrom farmerinto pilotExperience ,tasting and feelingmoreFrom surrendered towardsinto managing of…Enlargementfysical powerand capabilityEnlargementwideness andsensitiveness ofthe sentencesConstruct the nature in away that she fits into ourneeds and desires
  21. 21. Map reading21Competence development:- To map the surrounding- To orient in space- To localise- To determine directions- To navigate- To drive and to direct
  22. 22. Generatietyperingen2220152000(Klercq,2011)Protestgeneration(1940-1955) - in 2015: 60-75 yrGeneration X(1955-1970) - in 2015: 45-60yrPragmatical generation(1970-1985) in 2015: 30-45 yrGeneration Y(1985-2000) in 2015: 15-30 Yr
  23. 23. mapwatchbookcartvinternethandyknowledgeNetworksocialmediaX x x x x x X x x xx x x x x x x x x xx x x x x x x x x xx x x x x x x x x xKey role van generaties bijevolutie van innovaties2320152000INNOVATIONEVOLUTION(Klercq,2011)EarlyadapterFollowersTelephoneCarTVNetworksInternetHandyInternetKnowledgesharingNetworksSocial mediaSmartphoneSmartphoneNetworksSocial mediaSocial mediaProtestgeneration(1940-1955)In 2010: 55-70 yrGeneration X(1955-1970)In 2010: 40-55yrPragmaticalgeneration (1970-1985)In 2010: 25-40yrGeneration Y(1985-2000)In 2010: 10-25 Yr
  24. 24. Television: the world changed into a villageand is simultaneously a far-from-my-bed-show24Competence development:- Getting involved, getting engaged- Coming closer- Taking distance- Zapping
  25. 25. Use of internet25Competencedevelopment:- To look for- To navigate- To surf- To scroll- To google
  26. 26. Networks26Competencedevelopment:•Presenting•Positioning•Showing•Profiling•Contacting•Connecting•Exchanging•Sharing
  27. 27. Sociale media27Competencedevelopment:•Make yourself visible•Make contact•Be interactive•Share•Connect•Show•Express
  29. 29. Different parameters More or less government More or less Europe1. Self-directive or tractable seniors2. More or less particpation in education3. More or less intergenerational contactDifferent tendencies
  30. 30. What happens with education?Self-directive seniorsMore governmentBACK TO THE STATE EDUMADELessgovernmentFLEXIBLE ALLIANCES BIG COMPETITIONTractable seniors
  31. 31. What will happen with participationin education?Inclining participation in educationMore governmentTOP GROWTHLessgovernmentHARD TO REACH RISKDeclining participation in edu.cation
  32. 32. What about intergenerationalcontact?More contact between generationsMore governmentOLD FASHIONEDSOLIDARITYNEW SOLIDARITYLessgovernmentLACK OF SUPPORT POVERTY &DESINTEGRATIONLess contact between generations
  33. 33. More or less EuropeMore EuropeMore governmentUNITED CROSSING BORDERSLessgovernmentNATIONALISM END OF EULess Europe
  34. 34. Finetuning – 3 possible scenario’sScenario1 Bigcompetition Scenario2Edumade Scenario3BacktothestateBigcompetitionGrowth/Risk Edumade Growth BacktothestateGrowth/RiskNewSolidarity CrossingbordersNewSolidarity CrossingbordersNewSolidarity Crossingborders
  35. 35. Leren veranderen,Veranderen leren