Some of the materials accessed through Antra Carlsens archieve, Riksarkivet in Götheborg and literature searches

Riksarkivet

Books & articles as products of the cooperation:

Urdze, Toms (ed.)(2000). The Rope. Stories of adult education.

Lønstrup, Brita (2002). Teaching adults – with openness.

Lonstrupa, Brita (1995). Mācīt pieagušos – ar atklātību. The Royal Danish School of Educational Studies.

Urdze, Toms (ed.) (2004). Искусство планировать. 2000-2004 Baltijas pieaugušo izglītības speciālistus sūtīja uz Krieviju lai dalītos pieredzei un iesāktu pašattīstības procesu, līdzīgu ka tas bija Baltijas valstīs. Baltijas un krievu ekspertiem ir bijusi ļoti laba sadarbība. Viss apstājies 2005 gada Maskavas birokrātijas dēļ.

Jääger, Tiina, John Ironas and Katalin Varga (eds.) (2006). Agade. Towards becoming a good adult educator. Resource book. a Socrates Grundtvig project. Baltijas pieredze tika testēta Europā

Urdze, Toms (ed.)(2003). KomPas. Rokasgrāmata pieaugušo izglītības pasniedzējiem.

Carlsen, Antra, J. Irons (Eds.) (2003). Learning for sharing. Manual for adult education practitioners. Vilnius.

Some of the material can be found here:  http://www.kansanopistot.fi/nvl/learning4sharing/contents.html

 

 

Balticsea Dialogue Themes:

 

New Nordic-Baltic initiatives in the fields of adult education and culture (1994)

Nordic-Baltic efforts in the fields of adult education and popular enlightenment (1994)

Adult Education in Lithuania, similarities and differences with the Nordic Countries (1994)

The development of adult education (1995)

Adult Education Research in the Baltic (1995)

Baltic Umbrella-organisations (1995)

Nordic Experiences within Baltic Co-operation (1996)

Teacher Training in the Baltic Countries (1996)

Environmental Education in Baltic Countries (1996)

Democracy (1997)

Labour Market Training in the Baltic Countries (1997)

NGOs in adult education & environmental education (1998-1999)

Openness in adult education (1999-2000)

Networking (2000)

Personal development – competence development (2001)

Partnerships (2001)

Roles of the Adult Educator (2002)

10 years of Nordic-Baltic Cooperation (2002)

 

Other literature used in the study:

Babajeva, L. (2013). Pieaugušo personības pilnveidošanās tautas skolā. Rīga: Latvijas Universitāte.

Babajeva, Ludmila, Tatjana Koke (2013). Learning for personal development in Folk High Schools. In: Problems of education in the 21th century, Vol. 55, p. 28-44.

Baranova, S. (2012). Augstskolu docētāju profesionāla pilnveide tālākizglītībā. Rīga: LU.

Birziņa, R. (2007). Humānistiskā pieeja pieaugušo datorzinības izpētē. Rīga: LU.

Bjerkaker, S. (2002). Experience from the Nordic-Baltic co-operation. In: Carlsen, Antra (red.). Balticsea Dialogue. Newsletter for Adult Learning in the Baltic Sea Area, No. 2, 2002, p. 6-7.

Blūma, D. (1997). The effect of educational joint projects on the development of pedagogical thought in Latvia. In Education in Latvia. Humanities and Social Sciences. Latvia.  Vol. 4 (17), University of Latvia, p. 112-124.

Blūma, D. (2000). A Qualitative Approach toward Evaluating School Development. In: Education Management in Latvia, 2 (27)/2000. University of Latvia, pp. 72-84.

Blūma, D. (2004). Skolotāji kā mūžizglītības veicinātāji. Zin.rakstu krāj. 670. sējums.- R.: LU, 2004.,19-28.lpp.

Blūma, D. (2012). Studenti kā pieaugušie un pieaugušie kā studenti. In: Mārtinsone, K. (Ed.). Pieaugušo izglītība, pp. 92-103.. Raka: Rīga.

Brigmane, B. (2014). Pieaugušo pašpieredzes veidošanās mācīšanās procesā. Rīga: LU.

Buligina, Ilze, Anita Jakobsone (1996). Latvia. In: Jelenc, Zoran: Adult Education Research in the Countries in Transition. Adult Education Research Trends in the Former Socialist Countries and Eastern Europe and the Baltic region. Research Project Report. Ljubljana: Slovene Adult Education Centre.

Carlsen, Antra (1997). Popular Adult Education – Way Towards Democratic Society. In: Baltic Sea Dialogue “Democracy”, No. 1, 1997, p. 8-10.

Carlsen, Antra, J. Irons (Eds.) (2003). Learning for sharing. Manual for adult education practitioners. Vilnius. CD.

Carlsen, Antra (2002). “Learning 4 Sharing”, a Nordic-Baltic Module-based Further Training for Adult Educators. In: Carlsen, Antra (red.). Balticsea Dialogue. Newsletter for Adult Learning in the Baltic Sea Area, No. 2, 2002, p. 17-19.

Carlsen, Arne and Antra Carlsen (Eds.) (1994). Dialogue – Baltic. Nordic-Baltic newsletter for Popular and Adult Education. No. 3, 1994.

Carlsen, Antra (2005). The professional and personal development of adult education practitioners in Northern Europe. Hamburg: UIE.

Carlsen, Antra (2015). “Growing together: development of Nordic-Baltic adult education cooperation”. Presentation held at the Nordic-Baltic civic society education meeting, 9. September 2015, Tallinn, Estonia.

Delors, J. (2013). The treasure within: Learning to know, learning to do, learning to live together and learning to be. What is the value of that treasure 15 years after its publication? In: International Review of Education, Vol. 59, Issue 3., pp. 319-330.

EAEA (2011). Country report on Adult Education in Latvia. (Helsinki). Retrieved June 2015 from http://www.eaea.org/media/resources/ae-in-europe/latvia_country-report-on-adult-education-in-latvia.pdf.

GHK in cooperation with Research voor Beleid (2011). Country Report on the Action Plan on Adult Learning: Latvia. Retrieved June 2015 from http://adultlearning-budapest2011.teamwork.fr/docs/Country-report_LV_final.pdf.

Helms, R. (2007). Cultural Co-operation around the Baltic Sea – Opportunities and obstacles. Speech held at the Nordic Cultural Assembly in Visby 16-18 May 2007.

Izglītības un Zinātnes Ministrija (2013). Izglītības Attīstības Pamatnostādnes 2014.-2020.gadam. Informatīvā daļa. Rīga. Retrieved June 2015 from http://www.izglitiba.daugavpils.lv/Media/Default/Dokumenti/Izglitibasattistibaspamatnostadnes.pdf.

Ivanova, I. (2009). A good adult educator as an important factor in the lifelong learning policy. in: Problems of education in the 21th century. Volume 12, pp. 61-67.

Ivanova, I. (2012). Pieaugušo izglītības īpatnības. In: Mārtinsone, K. (Ed.). Pieaugušo izglītība, pp. 65-76. Raka: Rīga.

Jakobsone, Anita (2003). From the 10 years of Nordic-Baltic cooperation experience to new intentions for the coming 10 years. Speech at the conference A Human Touch – Adults Learning with a Difference. Report. Nordic-Baltic Lifelong Learning Conference, May 11-13, 2003, Riga, Latvia, pp. 13-19.

Jääger, Tiina, John Irons and Katalin Varga (eds.) (2006). Agade. Towards becoming a good adult educator. Resource book. a Socrates Grundtvig project. Baltijas pieredze tika testēta Europā

Jõgi, Larissa, Katrin Karu and Kristiina Krabi (2008). Comprehensions of learning and learners – understanding experiences of adults and experts in adult education. Studies for the Learning Society, BARAE, No 1, p. 29-38.

Jõgi, Larissa and Marin Gross (2009). The Professionalisation of Adult Educators in the Baltic States. European Journal of Education, Vol. 44, No. 2, 2009, Part 1, pp. 221-242.

Jõgi, Larissa (2012). Understanding lifelong learning and adult education policy in Estonia: Tendencies and contradictions. Journal of Adult and Continuing Education – Volume 18, No. 2 Autumn 2012, Manchester University Press.

Kangro, Andris & David James (2008). Rapid Reform and Unfinished Business: the development of education in independent Latvia 1991-2007. In: European Journal of Education, Vol. 43, No. 4, pp. 547-561.

Knudsen, M. Ø. (1999). A decade of Baltic-Nordic cooperation. In: Knudsen, M. Ø. (Ed.) Golden Riches – Nordic Adult Learning. FOVU The steering group for ”folkeoplysning” and adult education. Nordic Council of Ministers.

Koķe, T. (1999). Pieaugušo izglītības attīstība: raksturīgākas iezīmes. (The Development of Adult Education: Most Characteristic Features.) Riga: Mācību Apgāds.

Koķe, T. (Red.) (2005). Pētījumi Pieaugušo Pedagoģijā. LU Akadēmiskais apgāds.

Koķe, T. and I. Norvele (2008). Incorporation of learning strategies into adult distance learning. In Studies for the learning society, No. 1, p. 39-47.

Kuļšs, D. (2014). The Learning Outcomes Approach in Formal Second Chance Education. Rīga: LU.

Kulich, Jindra (1984). Development of adult education in east European countries. The education of adults fourth international seminar. Department of Educational Studies, University of Surrey.

Kulich, Jindra (2002). Grundtvig’s Educational Ideas in Central and Eastern Europe and the Baltic States. Copenhagen: Forlaget Vartov.

Lonstrupa, Brita (1995). Mācīt pieagušos – ar atklātību. The Royal Danish School of Educational Studies.

Lønstrup, Brita (2002). Teaching adults – with openness. Riga.

Marquard, Maris & Sia Hovmand Sørensen. Den nordiske voksenlærer – en kortlægning af kompetencekrav til voksenlærere og uddannelsesmuligheder inden for det voksenpædagogiksen område i de nordiske lande.

Märja, Talvi and Larissa Jõgi (2000). Estonia in the Grip of Change: the role of education for adults in the transition period. In: In: Teame Mebrahtu, Michael Crossley and David Johnson: Globalisation, Educational Transformation and Societies in Transition. Symposium Books: Oxford, p. 99-105.

Mārtinsone, K. (Red.) 2012. Pieaugušo izglītība. Rīga: Raka.

McLeish, E. A. (1998). Introduction: processes of educational transition in countries moving from authoritarian rule to democratic government. In: E. A. McLeish and D. Phillips (Eds). Processes of Transition in Education Systems. Oxford: Symposium Books.

Mebrahtu, T., M. Crossley and D. Johnson (Eds.) (2000). Globalisation, Educational Transformation and Societies in Transition. Symposium Books: Oxford.

Muraškovska, I. (2013). Pieaugušā mūžmācīsanās izpēte. Rīga: Latvijas Univeristāte.

BARBAR: Becoming Adult Educators in the Baltic-Sea Region, Synthesis Report. Marcella Milana (Ed.), Per Andersson, Marin Gross, Larissa Jögi, Susanne Köpsén, Anne Larson. 2010

National programme The Development of the Adult Education System in the Republic Latvia.

Nordentoft, Agnethe, Tiina Jääger and Flemming Gjedde (2010). A survey on the EQF/NQF work in the Nordic and Baltic countries with special focus on non-formal learning. EAEA/NVL Conference 2010 „The integration of non-formal adult learning in National Qualification Frameworks (NQFs)”, 25.- 26. November 2010, Brussels.

Norvele, I. (2007). Pieaugušo mācīšanās stratēģījas tālmācības studijās. Rīga: LU.

Pedagoģijas terminu skaidrojošā vārdnīca (2000). Rīga: Zvaigzne ABC.

Refslund, Hanne Petersen (2007). Nordisk/Baltisk samarbejde – mellem bistandspolitik og jævnbyrdigt partnerskab? – En analyse af aktørernes implementeringsforventninger til et kursskifte. Bidrag til en teoretisk forståelse af et kursskifte i Nordisk Ministerråds politiske strategi for samarbejde mellem Norden og de tre baltiske lande, Estland, Letland og Litauen (Baltikum). MPP Master of public policy, Roskilde Universitetscenter.

Sprogøe, J. (2003a). A Human Touch – Adults Learning with a Difference. Report. Nordic-Baltic Lifelong Learning Conference, May 11-13, 2003, Riga, Latvia.

Sprogøe, J. (2003b). Comparative analysis of lifelong learning strategies and their implementation in Denmark, Estonia, Finland, Iceland, Latvia, Lithuania, Norway, Sweden. The report produced as a the background document for the Nordic-Baltic Lifelong Learning Conference “A Human Touch – Adults Learning with a Difference” taking place in May 11-13, 2003, Riga, Latvia. Nordic Council of Ministers.

Šiliņa, Brigita (2008). The Development and State of the Art of Adult Learning and Education (ALE). National Report of the Republic of Latvia. Riga.

Stašāne, J. (2007). Pieaugušo izglītības pārvaldība kā mūžizglītības veicināšanas nosacījums. Rīga: Latvijas Universitāte.

Urdze, Toms (ed.)(2000). The Rope. Stories of adult education.

Urdze, Toms (ed.)(2003). KomPas. Rokasgrāmata pieaugušo izglītības pasniedzējiem.

Urdze, Toms (Ed.) (2004). Искусство планировать. (The arts of planning). SIA Artekoms, Riga.

Vallgårda, Anna (1999). The meeting between two educational traditions. Interview with Arne Carlsen. In: Knudsen, M. Ø. (Ed.) Golden Riches – Nordic Adult Learning. FOVU The steering group for ”folkeoplysning” and adult education. Nordic Council of Ministers. p. 10-12.

Vallgårda, Anna (1999). The meeting between two educational traditions. Interview with Antra Carlsen. In: Knudsen, M. Ø. (Ed.) Golden Riches – Nordic Adult Learning. FOVU The steering group for ”folkeoplysning” and adult education. Nordic Council of Ministers. p. 5-9.

Vestergaard, Ebbe (1995). Philosophy of education. A basic introduction. Updating of teacher training and educational debate in Latvia.The Royal Danish School of Educational Studies.

Vestergaards, Ebbe and Jens Kristains (Ed.)(1995). Skolotāju skolotājiem. Pedagogu Izglītības Atbalsta Centrs: Rīga.

 

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