ADULT EDUCATION AND CITIZENSHIP 3 2 THE CONCEPT OF CITIZENSHIP In light of the current political context active citizenship is pivotal for strengthening democratic values. However, one of the most controversial and challenging issues about citizenship education is the multifaceted concept of citizenship itself. Adult Education and Citizenship EAEA sees adult education as a central pillar to improving citizenship education within the European Union. In a newly published report on Adult Education and Citizenship, EAEA puts forward a number of recommendations on how to make citizenship a part of adult education provision.
Guide to the Adult Citizenship Education Content Standards and Foundation Skills: A Framework for Developing a Comprehensive Curriculum. Professional Development. This guide provides content and progress standards for the Pre-Interview, Interview and Test, and Post-Interview phases of the naturalization process. First, adult citizenship education courses involve three distinct types of content: civics knowledge, English as a Second Language (ESL) skills, and the naturalization process.
Current notions of the learning society are dominated by the notion of the learning market--lifelong learning for economic competitiveness. Learning for active citizenship and liberal democracy, once a major purpose of adult education, is being lost in the process. (SK)Cited by: 1. Adult Citizenship Education Sample Curriculum for a Low Beginning ESL Level Course. Curriculum. Instructional Material. This publication outlines the components, structure, and process involved with creating an adult citizenship education curriculum. Administrators. Teacher Trainers.