Hoskins Bryony & Deakin Crick Ruth (2010). Â« Competences for Learning to Learn and Active Citizenship : Different currencies or two sides of the same coin? Â». European Journal of Education, vol. 45, nÂ° 1, p. 121–137.
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BibTeX citation key: Hoskins2010
Keywords: Ã©ducation civique
Creators: Deakin Crick, Hoskins
Collection: European Journal of Education
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"In the context of the European Union Framework of Key Competences and the need to develop indicators for European Union member states to measure progress made towards the â€˜knowledge economyâ€™ and â€˜greater social cohesionâ€™ both the learning to learn and the active citizenship competences have been highlighted. However, what have yet to be discussed are the links and the overlaps between these two competences. Based on the development of research projects on these two fields, this article will compare the two sets of competences, both qualitatively and quantitatively. It will describe how the values and dispositions that motivate and inform active citizenship and learning to learn are related to each other, both empirically and theoretically. Both these competences are tools for empowering individuals and giving them the motivation and autonomy to control their own lives beyond the social circumstances in which they find themselves. In the case of active citizenship, the ability to be able to participate in society and voice their concerns, ensure their rights and the rights of others. In the case of learning to learn to be able to participate in work and everyday life by being empowered to learn and update the constantly changing competences required to successfully manage your life plans. When measuring both these competences then certain values relating positively towards democracy and human rights are common in their development."
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