ERIC Number: ED349467
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1992-May
Reference Count: N/A
Canadian Association for the Study of Adult Education. Proceedings of the Annual Conference (11th, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada, May 1992).
Taylor, Maurice, Ed.; Bedard, Rene, Ed.
Among 8 French and 54 English papers in this report are the following: "Marks on Paper" (Andruske); "A Multifaceted Approach to Program Evaluation" (Barabash-Pope et al.); "Marine Incidents and their Prevention through Education" (Boshier); "Exploring Needs of Adult Students in Postsecondary Institutions" (Bradley, Cleveland-Innes); "Emancipation through Acquisition of Basic Skills" (Briton et al.); "RoboEd: Re-Imaging Adult Education (AE)" (Briton, Plumb); "On Working without a Net" (Brookfield); "Study in Change" (Butschler); "Collaborative Planning as Community Learning and Empowerment" (Carriere); "Dutch Andragogy Goes to the Art Museum" (Van Gent); "Education for Social Transformation" (Dykstra); "Stress in the Farm Family" (Gordon, Pain); "Peace, Political Alternatives, and Social Action" (Dyson et al.); "Dreaming Reality" (Harris); "Demographics of Adult Learners in Urban Night School Centers" (Harwood et al.); "Entrepreneurial Ways of Learning for Success" (Hian); "Starting with Evaluation" (Holmes et al.); "Meaning and Social Integration among Adult Distance Education Students" (Hotchkis); "Toward Relevant AE with First Nations People" (Inkster, Sanderson); "Nurse Education and Women's Health Movements" (Jefferson-Lenskyj); "Workplace Learning" (Kops); "Adult Learners in Legal Education" (MacFarlane); "A Comparative Study of Continuing Competence among Male Members of Selected Professions" (Matthias); "State Sponsored Adult Literacy Programs in Malta" (Mayo); "Development of Urban Agriculture through Unethical Agricultural Extension Services" (Mlozi);"Developing a Conceptual Framework to Analyze Application of Learning from Continuing Professional Education" (Ottoson); "Towards Liberatory AE" (Ritchie et al.); "Transformative Learning in Context of Social Action" (Scott); "Early AE Associations in Canada" (Selman); "Reframing Program Planners' Practice" (Sloane-Seale); "Criteria for Resource Allocation in AE" (Sork); "Beyond Workplace Learning" (Spencer et al.); "Issues in Adult Literacy" (Taylor); "AE and the Law" (Thomas et al.); "Exploring the Boundaries of AE" (Thomson); "Giving through Grandparenting" (Whiteley); "AE in the Marketplace" (Keddie); "Literacy and Return-to-Learning Programs for Women" (Lesirge, Mace); and "Privatisation of Public Service" (Miller). (YLB)
Descriptors: Adult Education, Adult Learning, Adult Literacy, Adult Students, Basic Skills, Community Development, Distance Education, Educational Research, Extension Education, Foreign Countries, Labor Education, Learning Theories, Legal Education (Professions), Literacy Education, Needs Assessment, On the Job Training, Research Methodology, Resource Allocation, Rural Extension, Social Action, Womens Education, Workplace Literacy
Sylvie Lefrancois, 132 Victoria Ave., Greenfield Park, Quebec J4V 1L8, Canada ($30 Canadian).
Publication Type: Collected Works - Proceedings
Education Level: N/A
Authoring Institution: Canadian Association for the Study of Adult Education, Guelph (Ontario).
Identifiers - Location: Canada; Malta; Tanzania