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A Study on the Architectural Planning for Lifelong Education in Elementary School (평생교육을 고려한 초등학교 건축계획에 관한 연구 - 국외의 복합화 사례를 중심으로 -)

  • Lee, Jae-Kook;Oh, Byeong-Uk
    • Journal of The Korean Digital Architecture Interior Association
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    • v.9 no.1
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    • pp.41-48
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    • 2009
  • Entering the 21st century, countries throughout the world are turning the direction of their education to be consumer-oriented and reinforcing lifelong education in preparation for the rapid advance of science and technology and the globalization, opening and informatization of the world. With the reinforcement of consumer-oriented education and lifelong education, the role of school is emphasized as a ground for lifelong education in community and efforts are being made to use schools and community facilities compositely so that schools may play the role of central facilities in community. Accordingly, the objective of this study is to analyze the relation between lifelong education and school facilities in the educational aspect, and to suggest a basic architectural direction so that schools may play central roles for social, cultural, educational, welfare, and sport activities in community.

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An Analysis of the AHP of the Lifelong Education Program based on the Six Classification Scheme (6진 분류에 따른 평생교육 프로그램의 AHP 분석)

  • Han, Sang-Hoon;Park, Myeung-Sin
    • Journal of the Korea Academia-Industrial cooperation Society
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    • v.16 no.2
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    • pp.995-1005
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    • 2015
  • This study is to analyze the AHP of the lifelong education program per each domain of six classifications. According to this study result, the relative importance of the lifelong education program per each domain is as following: Literacy education, Vocation and Workforce education, Citizen Participatory education in descending order of importance. As for the relative importance of the lifelong education program per each subcomponent is Expended literacy, Fundamental Life Skill, Workforce Continuing Education in descending order of importance. The results of this study can be used in lifelong educators of education and training and lifelong education, designed, theoretically realistic lifelong education programs development and management of educational practice field, provides many implications for the development of lifelong learning as practical implications.

Exploring the Validity of Convergence between Qualifications and the Support System for Lifelong Education for the Disabled (자격과 장애인평생교육 지원체제 간 융합 타당성 탐구)

  • Kim, Young-Jun;Kwon, Ryang-Hee;Do, Myung-Ae
    • The Journal of the Convergence on Culture Technology
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    • v.7 no.1
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    • pp.82-91
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    • 2021
  • The purpose of this study was to explore the prerequisites for securing the convergence validity of qualifications and the development of a lifelong education support system for the disabled. The research method consisted of the procedure of collecting and analyzing previous research literature and conducting expert meetings. The content of this study is based on the limitations and reflection of the current promotion of the qualification system for lifelong education professionals for the disabled, establishing the academic foundation and concept system for lifelong education for the disabled, designing a career development path for the professional competency of developing and operating the lifelong education curriculum for the disabled. Also, Restructuring of related institutions based on the curriculum for lifelong education for the disabled, and enhancement of qualification types for nurturing professionals for lifelong education for the disabled were suggested. As a result of the study, it was analyzed that the value and function of qualifications are very important in the comprehensive category of developing a lifelong education support system for persons with disabilities, and conclusively, the viewpoint of university foundation and the application model for nurturing professionals for lifelong education for persons with disabilities should be reviewed.

Characteristics of Lifelong Learning Policy and Developmental Tasks of South Korea (한국 평생교육 정책의 유형화와 발전과제)

  • Choi, Don Min;Kim, Hyunsoo
    • Korean Journal of Comparative Education
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    • v.28 no.5
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    • pp.47-69
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    • 2018
  • The purpose of this study is to classify the lifelong learning policy implementation process of lifelong learning in Korea according to the policy making decision models and to suggest developmental tasks. Korea's lifelong learning policy came to a full-fledged start with the enactment of the Lifelong Education Act in 2000. The Lifelong Education Act proposed the establishment of an open educational system as a strategy to realize the lifelong learning society. According to the Lifelong Education Act, the Korean government has developed several lifelong education policies such as providing learning opportunity for the underprivileged, facilitating lifelong learning city project, building lifelong learning culture, recognizing of experiential learning result, funding lifelong learning hub university, launching lifelong learning supporting administrative etc. The Korean lifelong system is characterized as Allison's (1971) governmental/bureaucratic, Ziegler and Johnson's (1972) legislative, Griffin's(1987) social control and Green's (2000) state-led models which make policy through the coordination between the government and the parliament and control bureaucratic power and educational qualifications. Lifelong learning policies should be managed in terms of supply and demand at the learning market. In addition, the state has to strengthen lifelong learning through supporting NGOs' activities and adult learners' tuition fee for the disadvantaged group of people.

The Effects of Lifelong Education for the Elderly People on Self-esteem and Self-integration -Mediating Effect of Empowerment- (노년기 평생교육이 자아존중감과 자아통합감에 미치는 영향 -임파워먼트의 매개효과-)

  • Kim, Mi Jung;Chae, Myungsin
    • The Journal of the Korea Contents Association
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    • v.19 no.9
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    • pp.601-613
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    • 2019
  • Today's elderly people is no longer dependent, but is being transformed into learning, serving, producing and contributing. Therefore, the importance of lifelong education for the elderly people to overcome the social and psychological anxiety of the elderly people and improve the quality of life is increasingly emphasized. In addition, the starting point of lifelong education for the elderly people is getting faster and faster to prepare for the post-aged society. The purpose of this study is to examine how lifelong education for the elderly people affects self-esteem and self-integration, and how empowerment mediates between lifelong education for the elderly people and self-esteem, lifelong education for the elderly people and self-integration. To this end, 220 members over 50 years of age who participated in lifelong education responded to the survey, and statistical analysis was conducted by SPSS and AMOS. The results of this study proved that lifelong education for the elderly people improves self-esteem, self-integration and empowerment, and empowerment plays a mediating role in the between lifelong education for the elderly people and self-esteem, and in the between lifelong education for the elderly people and self-integration. As a result of this study, the importance of lifelong education for the elderly people was confirmed and the practical plans were found. Finally, the direction of lifelong education for the elderly people and the limitations of this study were discussed.

An Exploratory Research of Structural Relationship between Importance, Satisfaction and Recommendation Intention for University Lifelong Education Perceived by Adult Learners (성인학습자의 대학평생교육 운영요인 만족도와 대학평생교육 만족도, 추천의도 간 관계 연구)

  • Ahn, Hyun-Yong
    • The Journal of the Korea Contents Association
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    • v.20 no.7
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    • pp.438-450
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    • 2020
  • This study examined the relationship between demographic characteristics, satisfaction of operating factors in college lifelong education, satisfaction of college lifelong education, and recommendation intention for 1,782 adult learners of college lifelong education (N=1782). As a result of Hypothesis 1, gender and age were found to have a significant effect in all areas of college lifelong education satisfaction (education content, pedagogy, instructor, educational environment, system, support), while education level did not. In addition, the learning time was verified to affect only the educational content, educational environment, and satisfaction with the system and support. As a result of Hypothesis 2, it was found that the satisfaction of the operating factors of the instructor, system, and support had a positive effect on the satisfaction of college lifelong education, and the environmental factors of education had a negative effect. As a result of verification of Hypothesis 3, it was found that the satisfaction of college lifelong education influenced the intention of recommendation. The purpose of this study is to determine the degree of satisfaction with the operational factors of college lifelong education, the satisfaction of college lifelong education, and the intention of recommendation for adult learners of a university that is operating a degree program dedicated to adult learners who are actually practicing the transition to a lifelong education system of university as an innovation in higher education. The relationship verification is expected to provide practical implications for constructing a new college lifelong education model in the future.

A Study on the Methods of Improving the Lifelong Learning City Project Based on the Community Development Theory (지역사회개발론에 근거한 평생학습도시 사업 개선 방안 탐색)

  • Yang, Heung-Kweun
    • The Korean Journal of Community Living Science
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    • v.19 no.2
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    • pp.245-265
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    • 2008
  • The Lifelong Learning City Project has made quantitative expansion as well as qualitative growth since 2001 but the project has been criticized by academic scholars and field practitioners. The Lifelong Learning City Project is a national policy project which has been promoted by the Ministry of Education and Human Resources Development and should be required to make production profits proportional to the amount of public finance. The Lifelong Learning City Project is a community development project intended to promote growth and progress by supporting the community in lifelong learning endeavors. Therefore, the community development theory could offer guidelines to the Lifelong Learning City Project. Based on this assumption, this study intends to investigate the Lifelong Learning City Project at the national, city, and county levels using the community development theory. The improvement methods of the Lifelong Learning City Project are role allotment between national and wide level projects supporting organizations, and the establishment of a system and a long term project policy. In addition, the project is to have a more systematic performance. It is to enhance opportunities for community members' participation, and practice in planning, performance of learning, and the proper performance in regard to the community conditions and specificity. The most important goal of the Lifelong Learning City Project is to support the empowerment of community members by making opportunity planning, practicing and sharing lifelong learning more accessible.

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A Study on the Activation Plan for the Participation in Citizen Participation Education by Types of Lifelong Education Participation : Focusing on Chungcheongnam-do (평생교육 참여유형별 시민참여교육 참여 활성화 방안에 관한 연구: 충청남도를 중심으로)

  • Jeong, Jae-Hun;Lim, Se-Young;Kang, Hyun-Jung
    • Journal of the Korea Convergence Society
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    • v.9 no.1
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    • pp.331-340
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    • 2018
  • This study used data from '2016 Chungnam Citizens' Lifelong Education Needs Survey'. This analyzed the basic situation of Citizen Participation Education. It also typifies the interest and participation intention of lifelong education by region, and compared the interest and participation intention of Citizen Participation Education. Through this, we intend to provide concrete basic data for activating the Citizen Participation Education in Chungnam. We analyzed data of 4,108 people in 2016 lifelong education needs survey. This was named enjoy learning type, bias earning type, and elderly learning type. Second, the enjoy learning type group is a group that enjoys participating throughout lifelong education area. bias earning type group is a group that perceives that lifelong education is limited to vocational ability education, culture art education, and liberal arts education. These are groups that are interested and participating only in three areas. The elderly learning type group is a group that shows typical characteristics of the elderly learners and is a group that is concentrated on participation in culture arts education. Third, enjoy learning type group is the second most experienced participant. They are the group with the highest participation interest and participation intention. bias earning type group is the group with the highest participation experience. They are also the second highest group of participating interests and willingness to participate. elderly learning type group is the group with lowest participation experience, participation interest, and participation intention. Finally, we suggest the ways to revitalize Citizen Participation Education in lifelong education.

Reorganization of the Baby-Boom Generation and the University Lifelong Education System (베이비붐 세대와 대학 평생교육 체제의 재구조화)

  • Hwang, Jae-Yeon;An, Kwan-Su
    • Journal of Digital Convergence
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    • v.17 no.11
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    • pp.509-515
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    • 2019
  • The purpose of this study is to analyze the learning needs for lifelong education of the baby boom generation, the role of higher education and to reorganization plan the lifelong learning system at higher education levels to realize the lifelong learning system. In order to do this, this study analyzes the present condition of lifelong learning for each age group in South Korea, especially the participation and learning needs of the baby boom generation. Based on this, present lifelong learning reorganization plans in universities examine for the realization of a lifelong learning system.

Analysis of Status and Demand of Participation in Lifelong Education of Low-Income Class (저소득층의 평생교육 참여 실태와 요구 분석)

  • Kim, Hyeon Seong;Kim, Jin Sook
    • The Journal of the Convergence on Culture Technology
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    • v.4 no.2
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    • pp.89-96
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    • 2018
  • This study analyzed status and demand of participation in lifelong education for 218 residents of low-income class according to National Basic Livelihood Security Act. The results of the study are as follows. First, among the statuses of participation in lifelong education, the abilities to study of the low-income class were reviewed. They showed 95.3% of foreign language ability, 66.1% of ICT utilization capacity and 75.7% of computer literacy ability. And the lifelong education participation rate of low-income people was 75.7% It was considered as passive participation in education. Voluntary participation was identified and analyzed. The the actual participation rate in lifelong education was very low at 22.9%. Social participation and awareness according to participation in lifelong education was 43.3% higher than that of respondents who had no participation experience. Especially, voluntary participants showed 73.3% higher than those who did not participate. Second, as a result of analyzing lifelong education of low income class, 74.8% of the respondents answered that there is wished education program. And 50.0% of them could not participate because they did not have enough time. The programs that they wanted to participate in were the programs that could help their real lives such as home life, health and medical courses, professional qualification obtaining process, etc. This indicates that the income level plays a significant role in participation in lifelong education. As a result of analyzing the results of this study above, Korean lifelong education is emphasized and the participation rate is increasing rapidly. However, participation of low-income class in lifelong education seems low.