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ERIC Number: ED078270
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Adult Education Research Conference Papers (14th, Montreal, Quebec, April 5-6, 1973).
Boyd, Robert; And Others
The following papers were presented at the Adult Education Research Conference in Saskatchewan: (1) Three Channel Theory of Communication in Small Groups; (2) Communicating with Low Income People: CSCS Research; (3) Focus on the Future: Futurology for Correctional Education; (4) Using Experimental Design in Educational Research in a Volunteer, Informal Adult Education Program; (5) A Study of Central Personality and Skill Characteristics of the Expanded Food and Nutrition Educational Program Aides and Homemakers; (6) Testing Knowledge about Adult Education; (7) Implications of Learning Models for Adult Instruction: A Comparative Analysis; (8) A New Dimension in Program Development Theory; (9) Motivational Factors of Adult Learners in a Directed Self-Study Bachelor's Degree Program; (10) A Methodology for the Development of an Ideal Hierarchical Position-Centric Role Model; (11) An Analysis of the Need and Form for Comprehensive Adult Education Associations; (12) Cognitive Structure and Concept Formation; (13) An Evaluation of the Expanded Food and Nutrition Education Program in Missouri; (14) The Relationship between Group Process Training and Group Problem Solving; (15) Measuring Role Acquisition by Teacher Aides in Head Start Centers; (16) Institutional Change and The Ghost of the Past; (17) Analysis of University Service in Adult Education; (18) Role Theory used in West Pakistan; (19) Supervisory Effectiveness; (20) Theory and Research; (21) Heuristic Models of Organization Development. (CK)
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Authoring Institution: Saskatchewan Univ., Saskatoon.