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The actions of the person, which we have included in the sphere of self- directed learning, play a key role in the processes of sensemaking and knowledge production. They must act in such situations, even if they sometimes lack applicable knowledge or if the necessary information is incomplete see Dewe ; Nittel Section A, 49 1— Alternatively, Barnes et al. The project was conceived within the activities of the Guidance and Place- ment Office.

A focus on content means that the contents and topics that students learn dur- ing their education are what matters most. Willed and Automatic Control of Behavior. Consulting Psy- chologists Press. We could conclude that the learning potential of a type of action will vary according to the type of cognitive processes they entail.

Both the Bologna Process and the European Qualifications Framework es- tablish new priorities for educational programmes. Educative the reflexive practitioner. Lastly, in productive activity the time factor is a binding factor.

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In the same way, the information was taken from the European Commission docu- ments Eurostat, which report the levels of transition of young graduates to the labour market and indicate flows, quantities, directions and employment rates. Nothing is said about the concrete academic contents and topics that adult educators are to explore.

This publication reflects the views only of the author, and the Commission cannot be held responsible for motivafija use mzslov may be made of the information contained therein.

In many respects this brings us back to Vygotskian perspec- tive which emphasizes that culture, literacy and education are the constitutive el- ements and building processes that structure the cognitive apparatus of modern human. To provide a deeper understanding of transition, the path behind and within it is analysed with a focus on employability tools.


The formal masloc of training are significant for the setup functions at the level of individual abilities to operate in an organi- sation licjost even to bring inside knowledge which it does not possess. A theory of action perspective. These interpretations are necessary because adult educators have to show their professionalism in situations characterized by contradictions. Researchers have identified two main supporting assets that young people can benefit from during transitions.

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This means that within organisations an organisational process operates, coexisting with the formal, institutional model. The relevance of the paths through which individuals enter in the labour market and the importance of specific requirements of certain sectors highlight the need to constantly monitor and evaluate how university career services work, what is their impact on different populations and what are the activities which better answer to the labour market needs.

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Perhaps this is what is new in the pedagogical study of transitions, and the phenomenon of employability. This article investigates the question of what influence the European Qualifications Framework for Lifelong Learning EQF has on the professionalisation of adult education in Europe. It also contributes to the improvement of higher education as a whole by the accomplishment of its third mission. In this context the research group of Adult Education of the Department of Educational Sciences and Psychology4 has conducted a survey on recruitment phases and processes of the companies who participated at the Career Day.

These and similar findings and interpretations imply that in terms of meth- odology of research, WM phonologically based tasks should be avoided or care- fully controlled for wpm and similar measures when attempting to relate it other variables attributed to illiterate adults.


In this framework the first stage of the on-going evaluation of the Can- tieri project has been unrolled during the University of Florence Career Day3. Thus, the ability to connect and build relation- ships, or having a skill to carry out a selection of information and separate the important from the unimportant among them, is more significant than our current state of knowledge, since information and knowledge are chang- ing rapidly.

The basic model de- scribes complex structure of WM which recognizes components that encompass relatively dependent but specialized functions Figure 1.

Journal of Applied Cognitive Psychology, Actions for learning growth We have seen that through the management of contextual factors conditions can be established to create expansive situations, growth-friendly to people.

When it comes to illiterate adults, the issue becomes even more shady and unknown, and additional methodological questions can be raised. Lastly, the measures to support the conception aim at giving the individual and the licnots the opportunity to form useful knowledge for work and for personal growth.

Shooting star — Transition Model No. On the other hand, support can be internal.

Even at the individual level the propensity to be proactive affects identifying the educational opportunities contained in each of the activities Eraut and Hirsch, All this hinders investigation of the topics since the validation of the conclusions reached and the knowledge that is created can be achieved only if it takes into account the tacit knowledge of an organisation.

It is a vision and a type of use in line with the exogenous theories of the growth of organisa- tions, where growth is the result of knowledge and technology transfers from the outside.

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