Lifelong learning is the, “Lifelong, voluntary and self-motivated: pursuit of knowledge for either personal or professional reasons. People learn in different ways at different times. There is many ways that people can learn and people they can learn from. Lifelong learning starts from the very day that a person is born until the day that a person dies. There is several established contexts for lifelong learning to include but definitely not limited to the following: schooling, continued education, work knowledge, and personal learning environments. Schooling involves learning to learn or the development of informal learning patterns. Work knowledge includes professional development and on the job trainings. Personal learning environments or self-directed learning using a range of success and tools including online applications.
School systems are very important. A person can learn so much just by going to school whether you are home schooled or go to a public or private school. I have only ever attended public schools and have learned everything that I have ever used in my life there. I learned how to work with people and get along with them. I met extraordinary friends when I was young and am still best friends now. I always have enjoyed going to school and developing a one on one learning and teaching environment. Being in a public or private school will give children the understanding of being around other children and working together on projects. While they are in school they learn to work together and start to get the feeling so when they are older and get a job they will know how to work with other people.
Adult education to me is where as an adult a person will continue to learn through life experiences and possibly more schooling. I received my first job when I was 14 years old at McDonald’s. I had to get a work permit and eventually resulted in me working full time ever since then. During the summer I kept the job...
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