Training of adult educators in East Germany.

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  • English
University of British Columbia, Dept. of University Extension , Vancouver
Adult education teachers -- Training of -- Germany (
SeriesOccasional papers in continuing education -- 4
LC ClassificationsLC 5256 G4 K96 1969
The Physical Object
Pagination18, 5 p.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL21189599M

This book presents the development of adult education in East Germany in four phases (after World War II, the early 's, the late 's, and to the present) and describes training programs of adult educators. The Law on the Unified Socialist Educational System, passed inintroduced a comprehensive reorganization and standardization of educational and vocational training at all Author: Jindra Kulich.

The purpose of this volume is to present information on the training of adult educators in East European countries.

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All but two of these countries, Albania and Bulgaria, are described. The first of nine articles provides an overview of the research and preparation of adult education staff in some East European countries. Factors cited as influencing the system development in these countries Author: Jindra Kulich.

Focusing on adult education in the German Democratic Republic (GDR), this book is part of the series on adult education in Europe. The first of three sections, The System of Adult Education in the GDR, describes (1) the historical background particularly since World War II and the development of the socialist state; (2) the social determinants (socio-economic, political, and intellectual and Author: Karl-Heinz Fleischhauer, Gerhard Pogodda.

EAEA Country Report on Adult Education in Germany: Helsinki, 4 Overview The system of adult education in Germany is difficult to summarise, due to the nature of the German system, and the way in which the country is organised.

The Republic of Germany is composed of 16 federal states, File Size: KB. In a study on the professionalization of adult education in Germany, the backgrounds of entrants to the profession and the need for training curricula appropriate to their working situations are examined.

It was concluded that special inservice training courses in adult education should be offered in addition to subject-related and other traditional inservice : G. Schlunder, H.

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book Rosalind M. Pritchard. pages, 17 tables, bibliog., index. ISBN $/£ Hb Published. Incentives for vocational and workplace training predominate however.

Basic information Comparing continuing education in Germany with other countries in Europe, one imme-diately notices a difference in how continuing education is defined. Adult and continu-ing education in Germany is defined more narrowly as “education following completion.

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16, No. 3, Educational Reform in West and East Germany in European Perspective [1] WOLFGANG MI'TTER As a result of the revolutionary change which has seized East Germany since the autumn of and in view of the prospects for a unified Germany, comparing. The IHK (Industrie- und Handelskammer; Association of Industry and Trade) offers courses for those seeking further training in any office-related skill including IT.

It is open to workers, recent. The institute’s research activities cover all areas of continuing education: adult learning processes, didactic design of programmes, staff, continuing education institutions, and financial, political and legal aspects of the continuing education system.

The DIE also picks up on current problems and issues. Education in the German Democratic Republic (East Germany) was a high priority for the communist government, and was compulsory for 10 years from age six onwards.

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The relevant statutory provisions include laws and regulations for teacher training, study regulations for teacher training courses, examination regulations for. Until unification in October East German scholars drafted new curricula, e.g.

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The tradition of adult education in Europe: Germany. The socialist education system in the East part focused a lot on vocational training and second chance education. And the VHS in the West tried to get back to what they were before the war.

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Following the establishment of the German Democratic Republic (GDR) the new state prohibited the wearing of all pre German decorations and created a new system of awards inspired in part by those of the USSR. After German reunification inthe wearing of East German decorations was not forbidden with the exception of those considered to be in breach of public order such as.

A rather antithetical strategy was used in East Germany just a quarter-century ago; there, officials used militant, communal potty training schemes.

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