Nguyen Tien Hung hungnt@vnies.edu.vn The Vietnam National Institute of Educational Sciences 101 Tran Hưng Dao, Hoan Kiem, Hanoi, Vietnam
Firstly, learning society includes lifelong education system that providing lifelong learning opportunities for citizens anywhere and anytime to update and develop competencies (knowledge, skills, and attitudes) needed. However, to make good use of these opportunities, it also needs a framework of policies/regulations to create motivation for citizen’s lifelong learning. In addition, for successful lifelong learning, self-learning/studying competencies should also be developed by the lifelong education system as well as through experimental activities by the own citizen. Next, for learning at any places and any time, it also needs to develop a positive educational/ lifelong learning environment as well as learning communities. Finally, a process for reviewing, revising, adding the policies/regulation was proposed for developing the learning society.
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