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ERIC Number: ED023954
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1967
Pages: 67
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Syllabus for Education 672 - Introduction to Adult Education.
Ohliger, John
The syllabus for Education 672, an introductory course on adult education at Ohio State University, opens by listing the five basic courses and describing course objectives (knowledge, skill in thinking, and development of interests and social attitudes). Subsequent sections explain the use of term papers and field visits and outline textbook and related readings on the history of adult education, definitions of its scope, sponsoring agencies and the mass media, program areas, educational methods (largely group discussion), psychology, sociology (the place of adult education in society), financial support, coordination of adult education, the marginality of adult education in the educational establishment, and additional areas of study (including comparative education, general education, adult educator training, evaluation, participation, counseling, and promotion). Also included are an outline for studying adult education programs in greater Columbus, Ohio, a list of agencies, and an extensive bibliography. (ly)
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Identifiers: Columbus; Ohio