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Slide 1 - ADULT EDUCATION REVIEW AND PREVIEW
Slide 2 - OVERVIEW The Meaning of “Adult” Adult Learning Adult Education Components of Adult Education Providers of Adult Education Professional Associations Resources in Adult Education
Slide 3 - The Meaning of “Adult” 1. Social and cultural basis 2. Biologically defined 3. Psychological maturity or social roles 4. Maturity
Slide 4 - ADULT LEARNING Adult learning is a cognitive process internal to the learner; it is what the learner does in a teaching-learning transaction, as opposed to what the educators does. Merriam & Brockett, 1997
Slide 5 - DEFINITION OF ADULT EDUCATION Adult education is a process whereby persons whose major social roles are characteristic of adult status undertake systematic and sustained learning activities for the purpose of bringing about changes in knowledge, attitudes, values, or skills. Darkenwald & Merriam (1982)
Slide 6 - COMPONENTS OF ADULT EDUCATION Foundations of Adult Education Organization and Delivery of Adult Ed. Planning Educational Programs for Adults Administering Adult Education Program Designing the Learning Environment The Adult Learner Adult Development & Learning Characteristics of the Adult Learner The Learning Process The Learning Transaction with Adults
Slide 7 - Foundations of Adult Education Terminology, key terms, definitions, etc. Historical evolution of adult education Purposes of adult education Philosophical perspectives Providers of adult education Key resources: journals, web sites, associations, centers, etc. Issues in adult education Global view of adult education
Slide 8 - Philosophical Perspectives Why we do what we do! Awareness of underlying values and assumptions Relates to theories of learning and teaching techniques Facilitates communication Aids in ethical and moral issues
Slide 9 - Philosophical Approaches Not philosophies but drawn from them Liberal and Progressive Perspectives Behaviorist-Humanist Critical Theory
Slide 10 - PROVIDERS OF ADULT ED. I. Fully or partially tax-supported agencies and institutions II. Non-profit, self-supporting agencies and institutions. III. For-profit providers IV. Nonorganized learning opportunities
Slide 11 - Fully or Partially Tax-Supported Agencies and Institutions Public school adult education Four-year colleges and universities Community and technical colleges Cooperative Extension Armed forces Correctional institutions Libraries and museums State and federal public adult ed. programs
Slide 12 - Non-Profit Self-Supporting Agencies and Institutions Religious institutions Health Institutions Community-based agencies Service clubs Voluntary organizations Professional organizations Worker education programs National adult education clearinghouses and conference providers
Slide 13 - For-Profit Providers Correspondence school Proprietary schools Private tutors For-profit, degree granting colleges Consultant and workshop providers On-line data base services Publishers of how-to-books, videotapes, and audio tapes
Slide 14 - For-Profit Providers (cont.) Computer and software publishers Business and industry sponsored programs Business and industry human resource development programs Conference centers
Slide 15 - Non-Organized Learning Opportunities Television viewing and other mass media Work setting Family Travel Recreational and leisure-time activities
Slide 16 - Where Learning Occurs FORMAL INSTITUTIONAL SETTINGS Serve the educational needs of adults and serve the educational needs of youth but also serve adults as a secondary function NONFORMAL SETTINGS Serve the educational needs of adults outside formal educational institutions. Includes community-based and indigenous learning INFORMAL OR SELF-DIRECTED CONTEXTS Self--directed learning which usually occurs in learner’s natural setting and is primarily carried out by learners themselves.
Slide 17 - Formal Institutional Settings Independent adult education organizations Laubach Literacy International, Highlander Center for Research and Education Educational institutions NC community colleges, Cooperative Extension Service, British Open University Quasi-educational organizations Libraries, museums, mass media, community organizations, religious and civic organization (education of the public is an integral part of their function) Noneducational organizations Government agencies, armed forces, unions, correctional institutions (education is not primary function but a means to some end)
Slide 18 - Professional Associations NATIONAL American Association of Adult & Continuing Education American Society for Training & Development STATE or REGIONAL North Carolina Adult Education Association Piedmont Chapter American Society for Training & Dev. INTERNATIONAL International Council for Adult Education
Slide 19 - Related Professional Associations American Association of Community & Junior Colleges National University Continuing Education Association International Association for Experiential Learning
Slide 20 - Resources on Adult Education Journals, Periodicals, Newsletters Adult Education Quarterly Adult Learning Adult & Continuing Ed. Today Adult Learning Adult Basic Education International Journal of Lifelong Education Journal of Continuing Higher Education New Horizons in Adult Education (Electronic journal) Studies in the Education of Adults Training and Development Journal Training/HRD