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Teachers and Trainers in Adult and Lifelong Learning

Asian and European Perspectives

Edited By Regina Egetenmeyer and Ekkehard Nuissl

What competences are needed in future by people working within adult and lifelong learning? What pathways of professionalisation are available to them in Europe and Asia? What are the actual effects of teacher training? What are the specific responsibilities of adult and continuing education teachers and trainers? The book focuses on teachers and trainers in lifelong learning and their professional development. Therefore it gives an insight into the state of the art of professional development in Southeast Asia, Europe, China and India. Furthermore, professionalisation in adult and lifelong learning is explored under the headings of the effects of teacher training, role-professionals, competences profiles and the question of responsibility. It also gives an insight into initiatives to professionalise the people working in adult and lifelong learning.

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Ekkehard Nuissl, Regina Egetenmeyer Teachers and trainers in adult and lifelong learning: a preface ...................... 9 Professionalisation in adult and lifelong learning: PersPectives from southeast asia, euroPe, china and india ......................................... 19 Atanacio Panahon II Adult education in lifelong learning and the need to professionalise the ranks of stakeholders: the Asian perspective .................................................. 21 Regina Egetenmeyer Professionalisation in adult education: a European perspective ..................... 31 Shanan Zhu, Huaixin Zhu, Pingzhou Hu The professionalisation of personnel working in adult education in China ... 45 S.Y. Shah Mapping the field of training in adult and lifelong learning in India ............. 55 exPloring Professionalisation in adult and lifelong learning ........... 77 Lea Lund Larsen, Bjarne Wahlgren Effects of teacher training ............................................................................... 79 Marcella Milana, Oleksandra Skrypnyk Professionals vs. role-professionals: conceptualising professionalism among teachers of adults ................................................................................. 85 Susanne Lattke, Huaixin Zhu Competencies of teachers and trainers in adult education – Europe and China ................................................................................................................ 95 6Yang Ling Inquiry into the prospective competence of lifelong learning professionals in Macau SAR, China ...................................................................................... 105 Dirk Koob Professional ethics in adult education and the special issue of responsibility ................................................................................................... 125 Henning Pätzold Responsibility and accountability in adult education – the unequal siblings ............................................................................................................. 135 Professionalising teaching and training in adult and lifelong learning ......................................................................................... 145 P. Adinarayana Reddy, Uma Devi Professionalisation of Lifelong Learning in Indian universities ..................... 147 Ingeborg Schüßler, Stephan Wagenhals Professionalisation of adult educators in German universities – selected findings .............................................................................................. 155 Raluca Lupou Validation of adult educators’ competences: European need, solution and transfer of innovation to new contexts ............................................................ 167 Raymond Setiawan The effectiveness of teacher training in Indonesia: a...

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