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ERIC Number: ED399452
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1995-May
Reference Count: N/A
The Canmore Proceedings. International Conference on Educating the Adult Educator: Role of the University (Canmore, Alberta, Canada, May 14-17, 1995).
Collins, Michael, Ed.
The following are among the papers included in these proceedings: "Challenging the Exclusionary Effects of the Inclusive Mask of Adult Education" (Rockhill); "Organic Intellectuals of the State and Political Struggle in the University" (Cunningham); "Adult Education's Prospects in a Post-University World" (Smith); "Universities and the Community" (Thomas); "University on the Line" (Rooney); "The Disintegration of Andragogy, the Emergence of the Social Learning Paradigm" (Welton); "The Competence of Worker Bees" (Janice Malcolm); "Historical Perspectives on Workers and Workplace Learning" (Schied); "Investigation by Eventalisation" (Davidson); "Prostitutes as Adult Educators" (Hanson); "Epistemology and the Politics of Self-Education" (Baer-Doyle); "Postmodernity and the Educating of Educators" (Edwards, Usher); "Ways of Talking about Knowledge in NIU (Northern Illinois University) ACE (Adult and Continuing Education) Doctoral Dissertations Epistemology and the Future of Adult Education" (Woll); "The 'Why' Factors in the Training of Adult Educators" (Benn, Fieldhouse); "Analysis, Imagination and Commitment in the Education of Adult Educator" (Williamson); "Formal Courses of Professional Education for Australian Adult Educators" (Morris, Gonczi, Tennent); "Adult Education in Anti-Nuclear Advocacy" (Regnier, Penna); "Educating the Adult Educator in an Information Society" (Jarvis); "Economic Globalization" (Cruikshank); "Globalising University Adult Education?" (Holford); "Innovation in the University Context for Educating Adult Educators" (Henschke); "Research into Adult Self-Directed Learning in Britain and Its Implications for Educating the Adult Educator" (Percy); "Using Quality Circles in University Education for Adult Educators" (Willis); "Training Professionals to Moonlight as Educators of Adults" (Lawrence); "Humour in Adult Education" (Cathro); "Getting Off the Perch--Strengthening Ties between Adult Education and K-12 Education Faculty" (Day); "Adult Learning Models in Post Secondary Settings" (Ambury); "A Quality-Learning Organization as a Model for Vocational Learning Centers in Finland" (Sarala, Sarala); "Applications and Implications of 'Learning to Learn'" (Rose); "Good Question! Collaborative Learning and the Intentional Stance" (Peters); "Corner Men Out of the Ring--Will Adult Education Survive the Punches of Pedagogical Education?" (Tuomisto); "Social Purpose, Cultural Identity, or Competence?" (Cooke); "Critical Analysis of the History of the Social Construction of Gender from a 'Feminist' Prospective" (Bornheutter); and "Organic Intellectuals" (Holtslander). (MN)
Descriptors: Adult Education, Adult Educators, Adult Learning, Advocacy, Andragogy, College Role, Competency Based Education, Cooperative Learning, Correctional Education, Educational Objectives, Educational Practices, Educational Research, Educational Trends, Elementary Secondary Education, Foreign Countries, Futures (of Society), Global Approach, Graduate Study, Higher Education, Humor, Independent Study, Innovation, Instruction, International Educational Exchange, Labor Education, Models, Postmodernism, Problem Solving, Professional Continuing Education, Professional Development, Quality Circles, Socialization, Student College Relationship, Teacher Education, Teacher Improvement
College of Education, 28 Campus Drive, University of Saskatchewan, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan S7N 0X1, Canada ($17 Canadian plus $5 postage).
Publication Type: Collected Works - Proceedings; Reports - Research
Education Level: N/A
Authoring Institution: Saskatchewan Univ., Saskatoon. Coll. of Education.
Identifiers - Location: Asia; Australia; Canada; Denmark; Finland; France; Guyana; New Zealand; United Kingdom (Belfast); United Kingdom (Great Britain); United Kingdom (Scotland)