Czasopismo wydawane pod patronatem Komitetu Nauk Pedagogicznych PAN
Numer 2 / 2020

In Search of Forms of Support for Active Participation in the Community of Learners and Contact Networks. Study Report

Autor: Aleksandra Kulpa-Puczyńska ORCIDiD
Rok: 2020
Numer: 2
Strony: 160-172
DOI: 10.34767/PP.2020.02.11


The presented article raises issues related to the learning environment based on the engagement and constructive interaction of all its participants, which can also be supported by digital technologies. It draws attention to new opportunities and challenges related to meeting the various needs of young learners. It is also about building a sense of community and support networks, not only with regard to one’s professional future, but also to the exchange of knowledge, experience and ideas. The aforementioned issues have been analysed, among others, in connection with selected research results carried out as part of “The Unteachables” Erasmus+ project, which is the result of cooperation between the Faculty of Education, the Faculty of Biology and Environmental Sciences at the Cardinal Stefan Wyszynski University in Warsaw and partners from Denmark – project coordinator, Spain, Iceland, Slovenia and Italy.

Słowa kluczowe

contact network education learning pedagogy perspective of learners teaching


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