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Students in adult school can also graduate

June is a month for relaxation and calm.

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Students in adult school can also graduate

June is a month for relaxation and calm. The intensive work day is enjoyed by some people. Many students complete the course and go on to graduate. It is not uncommon for older people to be awarded the Compulsory Secondary Education title because they are unable to do their job or find fulfillment in it. It is knowing you can accomplish something you thought impossible that makes it super rewarding.

The Adult Education centers or also known as Permanent Education are where Basic Training is provided. This training is what we call literacy. It then leads to access to the university for adult learners, and the Graduate in Secondary Education title, which allows for entry to higher level training. Information and Communication Technologies, Cultural Heritage and the Environment and English for foreigners are all available.

Adult education targets a specific segment of the population. It is for people over 16 who have not completed their basic education and who do not have any qualifications. It is because, Ramon Ballesteros (a teacher at Churriana Adult Center), says that "we live in a highly competitive society. Unfortunately, before there was the figure the apprentice, and now you need to have a degree to be able to enter the world." labor". Ramon states that these centers are a place where older people come to learn. However, there are also those who are interested in obtaining a degree to allow them to work. Actually, some oppositions no longer require a degree.

Mercedes Martin, for example, says she took her ESO to help her daughter (16 years old) who had difficulties in high school. She says that "Having this title has allowed me to be able teach my daughter certain skills, as the Junta de Andalucia doesn't give enough help." Mercedes informs Mercedes that Mercedes has taken numerous courses in photography, cooking and dressmaking, and she now wants to continue her studies. "Studying has allowed me to grow personally and given me the confidence that I can help my daughter."

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There are over 100 students enrolled in the different municipalities within the Vega Sur (Amilla Churriana de la Vega Cullar Vega and Las Gabias). It increases in many cases. Alberto Valero is the delegate head for studies at Las Gabias. He says that students' needs vary depending on which Educational Plan they are enrolled in. A mixed ICT and Healthy Lifestyle Habits group, which is primarily made up of older students, includes people who have been coming to the center for many years and want activities that will help them keep mentally active and learn new technologies. There are two English groups, one for beginners and another for advanced learners. These groups allow students to learn the basics of English and to make contact with native speakers. They also offer three levels of TAE (Study Assistance Tutoring) to ESO students. This allows them to pursue the Graduate in Secondary Education. It is taught at two levels. The predominant student body here is younger, as a large portion of them have not completed secondary school. This profile is primarily interested in continuing studies in Middle Grade. There are also older students who require the degree to continue their studies or find work>>.

Maria Zambrano de Armilla (SEP teacher), Encarnacion Ianez also believes that educational needs are varied and that it is logical that these depend on the group they enroll in. Some students want to get a basic degree while others are able to use computers and others enjoy the history of art. However, they all learn with active learning methodologies, which is where the student actively participates in the process. in class development.

Isabel Rio claims that she had only the EGB, but has now taken the ESO. This has helped her self-confidence. "Now I can do everything," she said. Although math has been her passion, she now enjoys it and would love to study more. "I want to be a nurse or an administrative assistant." Isabel, 44, signed up for the adult school after her friend encouraged her. She is glad that she did so. She has provided many opportunities for me, and her self-esteem is very high. Isabel hears from her that she is able to help her children with high school and school subjects better and that it gives her immense joy.

These Centers for Adults are more popular with women than those for men. They do not get higher grades; they enroll more women. In Churriana, for example, there were 14 women and 1 man in basic training. 70% of those who enrolled in ESO were also women. In English, the majority of English speakers are women. This is because these women have the motivation to learn or have been forced by life to get a job.

Inmaculada Perez stated that she wanted to be able to access courses. She presented her EGB diploma, but they refused to accept it. She required the ESO. "Hence, the need to continue learning to take more courses." Inma quit studying to get a job, but 15 years later, she is back in the classroom. She claims that at 35 she has more chances to get a job and would love to continue her studies in the health sector.

The subject matter can be broken down into three types: scientific (where biology and geology are taught ...),), linguistic or communication (languages and English), and social (geography, history).

Alberto states that the work methodology must be adaptable to different contexts, situations and modalities teachers may encounter in teaching adults. However, it should be consistent with the educational plan or stage concerned. This allows the methodology to be active and participative in order to promote autonomous learning while not losing sight of the collaborative section.

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