My fun-based learning – Part 1

My fun-based learning – Part 1

How I became a writer, researcher, and publisher in one… by Anna Ochmann “Your grandfather doesn’t want to tell us anything, once again we drove half a day from Lublin to Silesia in vain,” a tall, grizzled man, a prosecutor at the Institute of...
Second L2C Partnership meeting in Bratislava

Second L2C Partnership meeting in Bratislava

The second transnational partnership meeting of the ‘Learn to Create – promoting Work-based Learning in Europe’s Cultural and Creative Industries’ took place in Bratislava (October 10th-11th, 2019), and Rozvojova Agentura Senec-Pezinok was our host....
Work – based learning in Poland

Work – based learning in Poland

by Izabela Piotrowska-Grosse The term ‘work –based learning’ in Poland is practically non-existent. It does not exist in a formal record, it has not been defined, so it does not appear, for example, in the Polish version of Wikipedia. However, WBL should...
My first work-based learning…

My first work-based learning…

by Anna Ochmann Posters filled the entire wall over desk like a giant colourful wallpaper promoting everything that could help in reaching eternal bliss in the 1990s. From a toothpaste that would ‘whiten your teeth even more’, through ‘paradise’ vacation in exotic...
The potential of the cultural sector

The potential of the cultural sector

According to Eurostat, in 2017, around 8.7 million of European citizens were working in a cultural sector or occupation. This group of workers represents 3.8 % of the total number of people in employment. Key words: cultural sector, economic impact, creativity What do...