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ERIC Number: ED051453
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1970-Oct-29
Pages: 19
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Building a Model Doctoral Degree Program in Adult Education.
Veri, Clive C.
Following an historical discussion of graduate study in adult education, four models designed for a graduate study program, since 1960, are discussed and illustrated. The models are: (1) the Essert Model, comprised of three concentric circles consisting of core, augmentation, and specialization courses; (2) the Knowles Model, comprised of two concentric circles consisting of core characteristics and optional characteristics; (3) the Nu Model, comprised of three overlapping circles consisting of administration, teaching, and research; and (4) a theoretical model, A Model for the Education of Professional Adult Educators, proposed by the author, comprised of a flowchart consisting of the student and an advisory committee. (CK)
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Note: Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Professional Training and Development Section of the Adult Education Association of the U.S.A. (Atlanta, Georgia, October 29, 1970)