Yıl 2008, Cilt 7 , Sayı 24, Sayfalar 369 - 382 2008-07-01

YAŞAM BOYU ÖĞRENME VE AVRUPA EĞİTİM POLİTİKALARI
YAŞAM BOYU ÖĞRENME VE AVRUPA EĞİTİM POLİTİKALARI

Kadir BEYCİOĞLU [1] , Necdet KONAN [2]


Yaşam boyu öğrenme sadece Avrupa Birliği’nin değil dünyanın da ilgi gösterdiği oldukça geniş kapsamlı bir eğitim yaklaşımıdır. 1970’li yıllardan itibaren eğitimcilerin gündeminde yer almaktadır.Çok çeşitli bağlamlarda kullanılmasına ve güncelliği olmasına rağmen anlamı ve içeriği açık olmayan yaşam boyu öğrenme kavramı, henüz yaygın biçimde uygulanmamakta ve sonuçları görülememektedir.Bir çok açıdan eleştirilse de, güncelliğinden pek bir şey kaybetmeyen kavram çoğunlukla formal eğitim süreçleri dışında sürdürülen eğitim etkinlikleriyle ilişkilendirilse de anlamı ve içeriği konusunda henüz tam bir fikir birliği olduğu söylenemez. Bu çalışmanın amacı, Avrupa Birliği ve üye ülkelerde yaşam boyu öğrenme kavramının eğitim politikalarına yansımasını ele almaktır. Bu doğrultuda, alan yazında çokta net olmayan bir kavram olarak değerlendirilen yaşam boyu öğrenme olgusu tarihsel gelişimi içinde ele alınmış, diğer benzer kavramlara ilişkisi tartışılmış, Avrupa’nın birliğe dönüşme süreci içinde, bu kavramı eğitim politikalarına işleyişine bakılmış ve Birlik üye ülkelerinden mevcut uygulama örneklerine yer verilmiştir. Bu kavrama dönük uygulamaların cesaretlendirilmesi, artırılması, çeşitlendirilmesi ve sonuçlarının net biçimde değerlendirilmesi, azalan nüfusuyla Avrupa Birliği için kaçınılmazdır. Birlik üyesi ülkelerdeki nüfus artış hızındaki azalma ve yetişkinlerin, formal eğitim süreçleri sonrasında, sürekli güncellenen bilgi, teknoloji ve bilgi teknolojilerini takip edebilmeleri bakımından, yaşam boyu öğrenme, eğitim politikalarına doğrudan yansıtılması, açık olarak tanımlanması, desteklenmesi ve uygulama örneklerinin artırılması gereken bir olgudur
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Yazar: Kadir BEYCİOĞLU

Yazar: Necdet KONAN

Tarihler

Başvuru Tarihi : 10 Eylül 2014
Kabul Tarihi : 5 Mayıs 2021
Yayımlanma Tarihi : 1 Temmuz 2008

APA Beycioğlu, K , Konan, N . (2008). YAŞAM BOYU ÖĞRENME VE AVRUPA EĞİTİM POLİTİKALARI . Elektronik Sosyal Bilimler Dergisi , 7 (24) , 369-382 . Retrieved from https://dergipark.org.tr/tr/pub/esosder/issue/6138/82359