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ERIC Number: ED269554
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1984
Pages: 315
Abstractor: N/A
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)
Publication Type: Collected Works - Proceedings; Reports - Research
Education Level: N/A
Audience: N/A
Language: English
Sponsor: N/A
Authoring Institution: North Carolina State Univ., Raleigh. Dept. of Adult and Community Coll. Education.