csm_Round_6baf64f74e.jpgAPPLICATIO is committed to lifelong learning and modern, contemporary principles and methods of adult education. APPLICATIO will use the Curriculum GlobALE as guiding principles and guidelines in the future and will apply the contents of the Curriculum GlobALE and its methods in all Adult Education measures carried out and offered and base all offers for training trainers and supporting Adult Educators on the Curriculum GlobALE. This is also visually indicated by the reference to Curriculum GlobALE. (Curriculum GlobALE is published under the Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0 IGO (CC-BY-SA 3.0 IGO) licence).

 

The Curriculum GlobALE (developed by the Institute for International Cooperation of the German Adult Education Association (DVV International) and the German Institute for Adult Education Leibniz Centre for Lifelong Learning e.V.) outlines an approach to Adult Education that uses these principles and methods.

 Curriculum globALE (CG) is a cross-cultural, output-orientated core curriculum for training adult educators worldwide. It was developed jointly by the German Institute for Adult Education, Leibniz-Center for Lifelong Learning (DIE) and DVV International, the Institute for International Cooperation of the German Adult Education Association. In five modules, it describes the relevant skills needed to lead successful courses and provides guidance on their practical implementation.
 
The Curriculum is initially aimed at institutions and organisations in Adult Learning and Education (ALE) that wish to ensure a qualification level of their educators satisfying professional standards. As a quality-assuring reference framework, Curriculum globALE provides an international standard that also addresses other interested specialist audiences and education policy decision-makers beyond the level of adult education institutions.
More information can be found here and here you can find the curriculum for download.

We use cookies
We use cookies to personalize content, provide social media features, and analyze traffic to our Web site.
If you do not agree, cookies will be blocked. There might then be restrictions on use.