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    International Winter School: Comparative Studies in Adult Education and Lifelong Learning

    Programme

    Venue: Z6 Building, Am Hubland, Campus Hubland Süd, 97074 Würzburg, Germany

    Winter School Office: Z6 Building, Second Floor, Room 2.010

    Pre-Workshop: Adult Education in Asia and Europe - Individual vs. Collective Approaches

    Monday/Tuesday, 1 and 2 February 2016
    Further Information

    Part 1. European Strategies in Adult and Lifelong Learning 

    Tuesday, 2 February 2016

    Arrival in Würzburg


    Wednesday, 3 February 2016

    9.00-10.00

    Arrival on Campus, Registration

    Z6, 2.010

    10.00-11.00

    Welcome adresses

    Prof. Dr. Phuoc Tran-Gia, Vice President, JMU Würzburg
    Dr. Barbara Lotz, India Center, JMU Würzburg
    Dr. Andreas Rauh, Human Dynamics Centre, Faculty of Human Sciences, JMU Würzburg
    Prof. Regina Egetenmeyer, Professorship for Adult and Continuing Education, JMU Würzburg

    Z6, 1.012

    11.00-12.00Get-to-know each other

    Z6, 1.012

    13.30-16.00

    Group A: Basic concepts: "Politics, Policies, Strategies in LLL & Social Policy Models" (L. Lima)

    Group B: Levels of analysis: "Mega, Meso, Macro and Micro" (P. Guimaraes)

    Group C: Introduction into AE in Germany and its providers (R. Egetenmeyer)

    Group A: Z6, 2.006
    Group B: Z6, 2.007
    Group C: Z6, 2.005

    17.00-18.00

    Guided Würzburg Tour in Groups
    Group A with S. Singh
    Group B with C. Klass
    Group C with M. Staab

    Meeting Point: 16.45 at Vierröhrenbrunnen (fountain) in front of City Hall (bus 10 from Z6 building until "Sanderring", from there two stations by tram downtown to "Rathaus")

    18.00Possibility for joint dinner at Bürgerspital Würzburg Weinstuben (on own expenses)

    The guided tour will end at 18.00 at Bürgerspital Weinstuben (Theaterstraße 19, Würzburg-Downtown)


    Thursday, 4 February 2016

    9.00-12.00

    Group A: Levels of analysis: "Mega, Meso, Macro and Micro" (P. Guimaraes)

    Group B: Introduction into AE in Germany and its providers (R. Egetenmeyer)

    Group C: Basic concepts: "Politics, Policies, Strategies in LLL & Social Policy Models" (L. Lima)

    Group A: Z6, 2.006
    Group B: Z6, 2.007
    Group C: Z6, 2.005

    13.30-16.00

    Group A: Introduction into AE in Germany and its providers (R. Egetenmeyer)

    Group B: Basic concepts: "Politics, Policies, Strategies in LLL & Social Policy Models" (L. Lima)

    Group C: Levels of analysis: "Mega, Meso, Macro and Micro" (P. Guimaraes)

    Group A: Z6, 2.006
    Group B: Z6, 2.007
    Group C: Z6, 2.005

    16.30-17.15

    Group A: Professional Online Network (R. Egetenmeyer)

    Group B: Preparation of Field Exploration (L. Lima)

    Group C: Preparation of Field Exploration (P. Guimaraes)

    Group A: Z6, 2.006
    Group B: Z6, 2.007
    Group C: Z6, 2.009

    17.05-18.00

    Group A: Preparation of Field Exploration (L. Lima)

    Group B: Professional Online Network (R. Egetenmeyer)

    Group C: Professional Online Network (M. Staab, S. Kröner)

    Group A: Z6, 2.006
    Group B: Z6, 2.007
    Group C: Z6, 2.005

     


    Friday, 5 February 2016

    7.45Departure in WürzburgSanderring
    Busstation, Würzburg

    10.00-12.00


    Field Visit: BildungsCampus Nürnberg

     

    12.00-13.45Free Time in Nuremberg City
    13.45Departure in Nuremberg

    Meeting Point: Gewerbemuseumsplatz, in front of BildungsCampus, Nürnberg

    16.00-18.00

    Field Visit: Frankenwarte

    Field Visit: Continuing education center of the chamber of industry and commerce

    Bus will let us off at Frankenwarte and IHK


    Saturday, 6 February 2016

    09.00-12.00

    Group A: Role Play (L. Lima)

    Group B: Role Play (P. Guimaraes)

    Group C: Role Play (R. Egetenmeyer)

    Group A: Z6, 2.006
    Group B: Z6, 2.007
    Group C: Z6, 2.005

    12.00

    Joint group photograph

    Base Floor of Z6

    12.15-13.45

    Guest Lecture: Continuing Education at DB Training

    Guest Lecture: Lifelong learning strategies of the European association for the education of adults (EAEA)

    Guest Lecture: European Union strategies to support adult learning/continuing training (CEDEFOP)

    Z6, 2.006

     

    Z6, 2.007

     

    Z6, 2.005

    13.45-15.00Lunch
    Lunch on Saturday can be purchased in the Cafeteria at Hubland Mensa (Mensa is closed)

    15.00-17.00

    Reflection of Field Visits: Intercultural Group Discussion (P. Guimaraes, R. Egetenmeyer)

    CGW 1-4: Z6, 1.012
    CGW 5-8: Z6, 2.006

     

    Sunday, 7 February 2016

    Cultural Time (Suggestions for self-organised Sightseeing or City Tours can be found in the printed programme that you receive at your registration after arrival)


    Monday, 8 February 2016

    10.00-12.30

    Würzburg Residence as place of lifelong learning (Reflection of intercultural group discussion)

    Please bring a 1 Euro coin for the lock boxes (for bags and jackets).

    Meeting Point 10.00: Franconia Fountain in front of Residence Palace

    14.15-15.30Education with and for Refugees in Germany

    Z6, 1.012

    16.00-16.45

    Evening Lecture I: Adult education in India: Field Practices and Professionalization (J.P. Dubey)

    Evening Lecture II: International and Comparative skills for educational practice: Who needs and how to form? (O. Fedotova, Russia)

    Z6, 2.006

     

    Z6, 2.007

    17.00-17.45

    Evening Lecture III: Development of Science Facilitators Core Competencies Framework in Nuturing Scientific Literacy in Non-formal Science Learning (L. Halim & K. Osman, Malaysia)

    Evening Lecture IV: An Exploration of African Indigenous Methods for Comparative Thoughts (B. Simeon Fayomi, Nigeria)

    Evening Lecture V: Study Needs of Adults (B. Al Noori & B. Al Hazam, Iraq)

    Z6, 2.006

     



     

    Z6, 2.007



    Z6, 2.011


    Part 2. Comparing Lifelong Learning


    Tuesday, 9 February 2016
    09.00-09.30International Studies in Adult Education: The ESRALE-Project (V. Boffo, G. Gioli)Z6, 1.012

    09.30-12.00

    Introduction into comparative studies in adult education (R. Egetenmeyer)

    Z6, 1.012

    12.00Joint group photograph

    Base Floor of Z6

    13.30-17.00

    Comparative Group Work: Introduction intro research-oriented comparative group work

    CGW 1: Z6, 2.002
    CGW 2: Z6, 2.003
    CGW 3: Z6, 2.004
    CGW 4: Z6, 2.005
    CGW 5: Z6, 2.007
    CGW 6: Z6, 2.009
    CGW 7: Z6, 2.011
    CGW 8: Z6, 2.014

    19.00-21.00

    Cultural activity in 8 comparative groups

    To be discussed in the Comparative Groups


    Wednesday, 10 February 2016

    9.30-12.00

    Comparative Group Work: Student Presentations

    CGW 1: Z6, 2.002
    CGW 2: Z6, 2.003
    CGW 3: Z6, 2.004
    CGW 4: Z6, 2.005
    CGW 5: Z6, 2.007
    CGW 6: Z6, 2.009
    CGW 7: Z6, 2.011
    CGW 8: Z6, 2.014

    13.30-15.00 

    Comparative Group Work: Development of categories

    15.30-17.00

    Comparative Group Work: Testing of Comparative Categories (only MA & PhD-students)


    Thursday, 11 February 2016

    9.30-12.00

    Comparative Group Work: Interpretation and Comparison (only MA & PhD-students)

    CGW 1: Z6, 2.002
    CGW 2: Z6, 2.003
    CGW 3: Z6, 2.004
    CGW 4: Z6, 2.005
    CGW 5: Z6, 2.007
    CGW 6: Z6, 2.009
    CGW 7: Z6, 2.011
    CGW 8: Z6, 2.014

    13.30-16.00 

    Comparative Group Work: Interpretation and Comparison (only MA & PhD-students)

    Posters you would like to have printed (DIN A0 84,1 x 118,9 cm) must be send as a PDF file to lifelong-learning@uni-wuerzburg.de until 13.30 on Thursday and be given to you at 8.45 on Friday

    19.00-20.30

    Franconia Evening at Staatlicher Hofkeller, Residence Palace

    Meeting Point: 18.45 Franconia Fountain in front of Residence Palace
    Friday, 12 February 2016
    9.00-9.15Introduction to the Presentation Method

    Z6, Second floor at the stairs

    9.15-10.45

    Presentation of the CGW Results 1st Round (open space)

    CGW 1: Z6, 2.002
    CGW 2: Z6, 2.003
    CGW 3: Z6, 2.004
    CGW 4: Z6, 2.005
    CGW 5: Z6, 2.007
    CGW 6: Z6, 2.009
    CGW 7: Z6, 2.011
    CGW 8: Z6, 2.014

    11.15-12.45

    2nd Round Presentation (open space)

    14.30-15.30

    Preparation of book papers

    15.45-16.30

    Evaluation in Comparative Groups with Moderators

    16.30-17.00

    Closing session (certificates)

    Z6, Second floor at the stairs


    Saturday, 13 February 2016
    Departure
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