A new publication from the University of the Third Age – Slovenia: Evolving Intergenerational Learning.
Article Summary: There is an on-going need to rethink both the definition and the concept of intergenerational learning. It is relatively easy to qualify intergenerational the type of learning drawing upon resources contributed by the generations involved in an intergenerational practice. The type of intergenerational practice where not only knowledge is exchanged but also new knowledge is constructed in common activities in shared time and space.
Recent experience from Slovenian U3A, however, makes us rethink the definition and the concept of intergenerational learning.