EDUKACJA MIĘDZYPOKOLENIOWA WOBEC WYZWAŃ WSPÓŁCZESNOŚCI

Marlena Kilian

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W niniejszym artykule podjęto próbę pojęciowego określenia międzypokoleniowej edukacji stanowiącej nieodłączną część międzypokoleniowej praktyki, która jest odpowiedzią na zjawisko międzypokoleniowej segregacji nasilającej się wskutek postępującego procesu starzenia się społeczeństwa oraz towarzyszących temu zmian ogólnospołecznych i kulturowych. Celem edukacji międzypokoleniowej jest zawiązanie na drodze formalnych i intencjonalnych działań łączności między generacjami, najczęściej skrajnymi, z intencją czerpania obustronnych korzyści i wzajemnego ubogacania się, a w szerszym znaczeniu – wzmacniania rodzin i całych społeczności. Międzypokoleniowe uczenie się to w praktyce zjawisko stosunkowo młode, podobnie jak w nauce, w której dopiero tworzone są jej podwaliny teoretyczne i empiryczne. W niniejszym tekście zaprezentowano wciąż nowatorskie na gruncie polskim zagadnienie międzypokoleniowej edukacji w perspektywie koncepcyjnego dorobku praktyki międzypokoleniowej.

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