The Need for New Reformed Education as an Important Factor for Easier EU Integration

Jankova Alagjozovska, Natka (2014) The Need for New Reformed Education as an Important Factor for Easier EU Integration. In: The Old and the New World Order – between European integration and the historical burdens: Prospects and challenges for Europe of 21st century, 29-30 May, Belgrade.

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At the beginning of the 21th century, the countries of the West Balkan are challenged to follow the contemporary societies where education is fundamental for creating a quality professional staff that would be the basis of
the society. Educators and policy makers in West Europe fail to follow the contemporary trends of education and this makes the adverse circumstance.
The need for changing the type of education within the countries of the Western Balkans in order to follow the dynamic change of the society leaves the challenges they need to face in order to succeed within the European Union and on the global level as well. In order to achieve that, what is needed before is resolving the problems that limit the development of these countries. This process is delayed because of the conflicts of priorities in the political and skilled structures of the governments that decide about the priorities of the
taken activities, the slow economic growth, the lack of resources and the limited capacity of personal staff and their skilled experience.
This paper deals with all the above mentioned problems in the countries of the Western Balkans and gives a possible solution of them including the projects for lifelong learning, changes and innovations in secondary and university education curricula and of course, studying languages and intercultural communication in order to avoid stereotyping, coming out of common
classrooms and getting closer to more sophisticated tools and approach towards successful integration in the modern society.

Item Type: Conference or Workshop Item (Paper)
Subjects: Humanities > Languages and literature
Divisions: Faculty of Philology
Depositing User: Natka Alagozovska
Date Deposited: 03 Dec 2019 12:38
Last Modified: 03 Dec 2019 12:38

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