informal education

informal education
neformalusis švietimas statusas T sritis švietimas apibrėžtis Švietimas pagal įvairias švietimo poreikių tenkinimo, kvalifikacijos tobulinimo, papildomos kompetencijos įgijimo programas. Neformalusis mokymas ar auklėjimas vyksta, kai mokinys mokosi savarankiškai. Neformalusis mokymas apima mokymąsi ne mokykloje, be jos pagalbos, šalia formaliojo ugdymo sistemos, už formaliosios ugdymo sistemos ribų moksleivių laisvu pasirinkimu. Tai įvairūs parengiamieji ir profesiniai kursai, nuotolinis mokymas, papildomo lavinimo institucijų veikla, pvz., jaunųjų technikų rūmų ir pan. atitikmenys: angl. informal education vok. informale Bildung rus. неформальное образование

Enciklopedinis edukologijos žodynas. 2007.

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