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ERIC Number: ED120526
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1970-Aug
Pages: 126
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Learning How to Learn: Know-Why and Know-How Seminar on the Process of Continuing Education. (Laramie, Wyoming, February 12-14, 1970).
Erickson, Donald L., Ed.; Nichols, Martha M., Ed.
The 1970 seminar of the Mountain States Regional Medical Program, Wyoming Division, focused on the development of continuing education programs for health workers in Wyoming, a sparsely populated State. Specific seminar objectives were to: stimulate interdisciplinary planning for continuing education, develop continuing education planning groups in community hospitals, and examine educational implications drawn from a previous State continuing education survey. The document contains presentations of seminar speakers and related general discussion: Arthur Burman, Professor of adult Education, University of Wyoming on "How Adults Learn"; Glenn Jensen, Professor of Adult Education, University of Wyoming on "Similarities and Contrasts of Adult Learning"; Alexander Anderson, M.D., University of illinois Medical Center, Chicago on "How Adults Learn in Groups"; and Donald L. Erickson, Mountain States Regional Medical Program, Educational Research and Development on "Program Planning for Continuing Education". Transcripts of the small work groups (critique of educational plans, analysis of plan with highest score, and video taping for learning and evaluation) and the closing session also are included. The seminar evaluation form and its analysis, the pre-post test and its analysis, seminar program, seminar objectives, a personal inventory, checklist and outlines for program planning, and budgeting information are appended. (EA)
Publication Type: Collected Works - Proceedings
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Authoring Institution: Mountain States Regional Medical Program, Cheyenne, WY. Wyoming Div.
Identifiers - Location: Wyoming