OPINIONS OF ACADEMICIANS AND TEACHERS ON LIFELONG LEARNING

Abdulkadir SAĞLAM, Serkan ÇİFTÇİ, Ahmet YAYLA
2021 Journal History School  
The aim of the study is to identify the views of academicians and teachers on lifelong learning. The study data, conceived as a case study, was collected using a semi-structured interview module consisting of 6 questions developed by researchers for a total of 15 educators, 5 academics and 10 postgraduate teachers. The data obtained were analyzed by the method of content analysis. According to the results of the study, it was observed that the educators who participated in the study generally
more » ... splayed a positive attitude towards the sustainability of lifelong learning and they demonstrated that the social and individual effects of lifelong learning can be further increased with educational support, and they stated that steps should be taken to ensure the use of technological developments in educational environments. As teachers and academicians involved in the study 1 This study was presented as an oral presentation at the 8th International Education Programs and Teaching Congress (25-27 March 2021). Author impact rate for article writing: 1 st author: %35, 2nd: %35, 3rd %30. Ethics committee approval of this article was received at Yüzüncü Yıl University with meeting number 2021/05-01.
doi:10.29228/joh.51424 fatcat:vwr45qyhwfg55hcbh54nif6w7u