ERIC Number: ED431901
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1999-May
Reference Count: N/A
Annual Adult Education Research Conference Proceedings (40th, DeKalb, Illinois, May 21-23, 1999).
Rose, Amy, Comp.
Among 59 papers are the following:"Women's Transitions from Welfare to Paid Work and Education" (Andruske); "Sustaining Commitment to Social Responsibility" (Armstrong); "Investigation of How Faculty Learn to Teach at a Distance with Technology" (Armstrong); "Examined Life" (Baird); "Dynamics of Adult Basic Education Instruction" (Beder, Medina); "Perspectives on Adult Learning" (Caffarella, Merriam); "Shaping Self-Disciplined Workers" (Carter et al.); "Relationship of Learning Strategy Preference and Personality Type" (Conti, Kolody); "Perspective Transformation Over Time" (Courtenay et al.); "Teacher Beliefs and Subject Matter Boundaries" (Dirkx et al.); "Grassroots Dissemination of Adult Education Research in Africa" (Easton, Capacci); "Reflection Plus 4" (Fenwick);"Homeplace--Not the Marketplace" (Gouthro); "Strategies of Successful American Indian and Native Learners in the Adult Higher Educational Environment" (Guerrero); "Why Adult Educators Should Be Concerned with Civil Society" (Hall et al.); "Adult Graduate Students' Perceptions of Gender and Race" (Hansman et al.); "Metaphors in Practice" (Hill, Moore); "Irreconcilable Differences" (Howell et al.); "Feminist Life Stories" (Jones-Ilsley); "Adult Meaning Making in the Undergraduate Classroom" (Kasworm); "Changing Languages, Cultures, and Self" (King); "Sense of Place and the Rural Adult Learner" (Kittredge); "Collaborative Ways of Knowing" (Lawrence, Mealman); "Role of Cultural Values in the Interpretation of Significant Life Experiences" (Lee); "Transformation Theory--Postmodern Issues" (Mezirow); "Educating Labor's Professionals" (Nesbit); "Informal Learning of Homeless Women" (Pearce); "Themes of Adult Learning and Development in Human Resource Development" (Peterson, Cooper); "Role of Adult Education and English Language Education in Nation-Building" (Pierson, Orem); "Analytical Framework for Cross-Cultural Studies of Teaching" (Pratt); "Missing the Beat" (Rowland); "Politics of Consumer Education Materials Used in Adult Literacy Classrooms" (Sandlin); "Living Outside the Circle" (Sessions); "Does Basic Skills Education Work?" (Smith, Sheehan-Holt); "Empowerment of Rural Zulu Women Through Popular Adult Education in South Africa" (Sosibo); "Poor Women's Education Under Welfare Reform" (Sparks); "Role of Language in the Preservation of a Culture" (Smoking); "Parents as People" (Tett); "Women Teaching for Social Change in Adult Education" (Tisdell); and "Recreated Selves" (Wilson Mott). (YLB)
Descriptors: Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome, Adult Development, Adult Education, Adult Learning, Adult Literacy, American Indians, Consumer Education, Cross Cultural Studies, Developing Nations, Distance Education, Educational Quality, Educational Research, English (Second Language), Faculty Development, Females, Feminism, Foreign Countries, Higher Education, Homosexuality, Informal Education, Instructional Materials, Labor Force Development, Learning Strategies, Literacy Education, Personality, Prisoners, Retirement, Welfare Recipients, Welfare Reform, Womens Education
LEPS Press, Northern Illinois University, DeKalb, IL 60115.
Publication Type: Collected Works - Proceedings; Reports - Research
Education Level: N/A
Authoring Institution: Northern Illinois Univ., De Kalb.
Identifiers - Location: Romania; South Africa