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Título: The contribution of an intergenerational program to build bridges between school and community and to promote old people’s well-being and mutual learning
Autor: Azevedo, Cláudia
Palmeirão, Cristina
Palavras-chave: Intergenerational Education
Lifelong Education
Solidarity
Mutual Learning
Data: 2012
Citação: AZEVEDO, Cláudia; PALMEIRÃO, Cristina - The contribution of an intergenerational program to build bridges between school and community and to promote old people’s well-being and mutual learning. In Conference of the ESREA Network on Education and Learning of Older Adults, 3rd , “Intergenerational solidarity and older adults’ education in community”. Ljubljana, Slovenia 19-21 September, 2012. KRASOVEC, Sabina Jelenc; RADOVAN, Marko (Ed.) - Intergenerational solidarity and older adults’ education in community The Third Conference of the ESREA Network on Education and Learning of Older Adults. Ljubljana: Faculty of Arts at the University of Ljubljana, 2012. ISBN 978-961-237-524-9. p. 254-265
Resumo: The intergenerational program presented here is a part of a major research, which includes several projects developed in the north of Portugal. The challenges of aging societies and the need to create strong and effective bonds of solidarity between generations lead us to develop an intergenerational program between a school (students (N=25 from seventh grade) and a nursing home (N=15). We wish to register on Lifelong Education issue, for the reason that school is the main field where the changes of attitudes can be reality, namely myths and stereotypes to old people. The aims of this study were: i) encourage the educational community to the practice a new (way) of citizenship; ii) Develop relationships between a group of students from the Matosinhos’ school grouping44, and old people living in the Sant’Ana’s nursing home45 enhancing thus the intergenerational networks and iii) Promote an active aging by sharing and valuing the generational knowledge. The encounters, twice a week, on Civic Education class embraced an encouragement to mutual learning based on the differents subjects. The elders refer the important of maintain contact and dialogue with the youth and the opportunity of learning. The students refer the occasion of teaching differents subjects to the elders and stimulation of solidarity bonds and great harmony. Teachers said that the greatest impact was in writing, with the development of various types of texts, in pairs or in groups. Seniors and juniors did their best so that their meetings were fruitful and fulfilled its main goal: mutual learning.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10400.14/13462
Versão do Editor: http://eloa2012.pedagogika-andragogika.com/
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