Definition: Organised learning

Education

Organised learning is defined as "planned in a pattern or sequence with explicit or implicit aims. It involves a providing agency (person or persons or body) which sets up the learning environment and a method of teaching through which the communication is organised. The method is typically someone who is engaged in communicating or releasing knowledge and skills with a view to bringing about learning, but it can also be indirect/inanimate e.g. a piece of computer software, a film, or a tape, etc" (ISCED 1997, § 10, page 4).
Source:
Eurostat, "Classification of learning activities - Manual", Luxembourg, 2006
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