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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)
Descriptors: Adult Education, Communication (Thought Transfer), Concept Formation, Correctional Education, Educational History, Educational Research, Group Dynamics, Learning Theories, Low Income Groups, Models, Nutrition Instruction, Organization, Personality Studies, Problem Solving, Professional Associations, Program Development, Student Motivation, Teacher Role, Testing
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Authoring Institution: Saskatchewan Univ., Saskatoon.