Topic 2 Identification of Intergenerational Pedagogies and Intergenerational work

Schools often take field trips to parks, elderly care homes, where two generations often interact with each other. For some cultures it is normal for different generations to live together, cook together which gives ample opportunities for intergenerational learning.

There are often many programs in schools that often nurtures intergenerational pedagogies.

For example:


Intergenerational learning can deliver meaningful and transformative learning environments for both young and old and is now widely promoted at research, policy, and practice levels.

Video: Seniors homes bring young and adults together