ERIC Number: ED269554
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1984
Reference Count: 0
Proceedings of the Annual Adult Education Research Conference (25th, Raleigh, North Carolina, April 5-7, 1984).
North Carolina State Univ., Raleigh. Dept. of Adult and Community Coll. Education.
These proceedings contain 50 papers. Selected brief titles include: "A Comparative Analysis of Costs and Perceived Effectiveness of Postgraduate Continuing Education for Mississippi Pharmacists" (Bellande); "A Conceptual and Empirical Perspective on Adult Education Program Planning Theory" (Boshier); "Self-Directed Adult Learning" (Brookfield); "Program Planning as Technology in Three Adult Education Units" (Burnham); "The Learning Contract as a Tool for Developing Readiness and Competencies in Self-Directed Learning" (Caffarella, Caffarella); "Analyzing the Short-Term and Long-Term Effectiveness of Continuing Professional Education" (Cervero); "Does Teaching Style Make a Difference in Adult Education?" (Conti); "A Longitudinal Ethnographic Study of Selected Developmentally Disabled Adults" (Ebert); "Achieving Career Continuity through Continuing Education--Experiences of a Thousand Canadian Women in a Non-Traditional Field" (Ellis); "Incidental Learning in the Intentional and Structured Learning Experiences of Adult Students" (Fodor); "The Meliorist Position as a Philosophic Base for Adult Education" (Godbey); "Workers' Education and the Labor College Movement" (Hellyer, Schied); "Assessment of Adult Learning Styles" (James); "Aims and Instructional Variables as Interactive Predictors of Adult Education Methods" (Little); "The Psychosocial Development of Adult High School Non-Completers" (Martin); "Epistemological Foundations" (Mezirow); "The Intrapersonal Role Conflicts of Adult Women Undergraduate Students" (Mikolaj); "The 'Mixed' College Classroom" (Mishler); "Planning Successful Continuing Education Programs" (Murk); "Neglected Themes in Adult Education Historical Research in Canada" (Omolewa); "Andragogical Assumptions" (Pratt); "Eduard C. Lindeman: Self-Directed Learner for the Eighties" (Rielly); "Liberalism and the Eclipsing of Conflict in the Framing of Adult Education" (Rockhill); "Participation in and Attitudes towards Adult Education in the Irish Republic" (Rogers); "A Study of Career Patterns, Professional Mobility, and Job Satisfaction Levels among Public School Adult Education Administrators in Indiana" (Roudebush, Fallon); "Examining the Learning Styles of Returning Adult Students" (Schmidt); "Functions of Research" (Schumacher); "The Early Adult Life Structure of Women Following Traditional Homemaker, Career-Committed, and Integrated Life Patterns" (Scott, Hickey); "Assuming Responsibility for Self-Directed Learning in Professional Practice" (Sexton-Hesse); "Evaluation in Adult Education" (Sork); "Intellectual and Experiential Origins of Paul Bergevin's 'A Philosophy for Adult Education'" (Stubblefield); "Growth and Renewal in Adult Education" (Takemoto); "Locus of Control and Course Completion of Adult Basic Education Literacy Program Participants" (Taylor); "Successful Self-Directed Learners' Learning Styles" (Theil); "The Admissions Decision Process of Students Accepted into Graduate Study in Adult Education" (Tyler, Carter); "Adults' Lifelong Issues" (Williams, Stockton); and "Instructional Behaviors Valued by Adult Continuing Education Students Related to Student Personality Type" (Zerges). (YLB)
Descriptors: Adult Development, Adult Education, Adult Learning, Adult Literacy, Adult Programs, Competency Based Education, Continuing Education, Educational Research, Foreign Countries, Independent Study, Job Training, Literacy Education, Nontraditional Education, Professional Continuing Education, Program Development, Program Evaluation, Teacher Characteristics, Teaching Styles
Publication Type: Collected Works - Proceedings; Reports - Research
Education Level: N/A
Authoring Institution: North Carolina State Univ., Raleigh. Dept. of Adult and Community Coll. Education.