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Life-wide Learning Frequently Asked Questions

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What is life-wide learning?
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How does life-wide learning enhance learning effectiveness?
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What resources are available for schools to promote life-wide learning?
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Will the EDB disseminate good practices of organising life-wide learning?
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Are life-wide learning activities and extra-curricular activities the same?
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Is it necessary for schools to include all the five essential learning experiences when planning life-wide learning activities?
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Who is the most suitable person to co-ordinate life-wide learning activities in schools?
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How to assess students’ learning effectiveness in life-wide learning activities?
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Some of the life-wide learning activities are often conducted by non-teaching personnel (e.g. docents of museums and other professionals). How could schools ensure the quality of student learning in these activities?
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Is it necessary for schools to provide students with a certain quantity of life-wide learning activities every year?
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What are the strategies conducive to promotion of life-wide learning?