ERIC Number: ED438447
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1999-Jul
The Final Frontier: Exploring Spaces in the Education of Adults. SCUTREA Annual Conference (29th, Warwick, England, July 5-7, 1999).
Merrill, Barbara, Ed.
This document contains 51 papers from a conference devoted to the theme of exploring spaces in adult education. The following are among the papers included: "Exploring Everyday Spaces: Women's Transitions from Welfare to Paid Work and Education" (Cynthia Lee Andruske); "Lost in Space? Re-valuing the Impact of Education Research" (Paul Armstrong); "Reclaiming and Problematising Self-Directed Learning as a Space for Critical Adult Education" (Stephen Brookfield); "Imposing Spaces in the Curriculum of Adult Learners: Models of the Same Players in Different Situations" (Darol M. Cavanagh); "Identity, Location and the Making of Adult Educators" (Clive Chappell); "Universities and Regional Partnerships for Learning: Reinterpreting the 'Local' in the Education of Adults" (Janet Coles and David Smith); "Space, Place and Subversion in University Adult Education and Continuing Education" (Ian Davidson); "Maintaining Spaces for Adult Learners in Science" (Jane de Rennes); "Back to the Land? Service and Self-Interest in Adult Education in Rural England 1920-1945" (Bernard Deacon and Lynne Thompson); "Adult Education and Social Movements: The Significance and Workings of Social Movements as a Part of the Civil Society, an Approach from the Angle of Adult and Continuing Education" (Luc Dekeyser); "Skills and Employability in the Spotlight: Exploring Official Discourses of Training" (John Field); "English, Afrikaans, Xhosa and Swetswana: Contested Language Space in a South African Adult Education Programme" (Jonathan Geidt); "Dis-stanced Learning: Adult Learners, Heidegger and Spatiality (Peter Gray); "Shaping Learning through Space: The Case of Outdoor Management Training" (Roger Hall and Caroline Rowland); "Doing the Right Thing: Positioning the Adult Learner through Discourses of Guidance and Counselling" (Roger Harrison); "Different Theatres, Different Audiences: The Arts and the Education of Adults" (David J. Jones); "Casual Literacy and Campaign Zeal: Environment and Conflict" (Jane Mace); "Sustaining Critical Communities: Stretching the Academy" (Ian Martin and Mae Shaw); "Orientation in Time: Leisure, Learning and the Life Course" (Jane McKie); "Troubling Spaces in the Analysis of Adult Education Policy" (Katherine Nicoll); "Accommodation for Adult Education" (Gerald Normie); "Going Back to Our Roots: The Role of Transformatory Education in the Battle against Social Exclusion" (Martin Notley and Helen M F Jones); and "Men on the Margins: Towards an Account of Men's Experience of Adult Education" (Rebecca O'Rourke). (Each paper contains references.) (MN)
Descriptors: Adult Education, Adult Educators, Adult Learning, Adult Students, Art Education, Career Guidance, Community Education, Continuing Education, Corporations, Curriculum Development, Distance Education, Education Work Relationship, Educational Needs, Educational Objectives, Educational Policy, Educational Research, Educational Technology, Employment Qualifications, Experiential Learning, Feminism, Foreign Countries, Global Approach, Higher Education, Independent Study, Information Technology, Job Skills, Job Training, Language of Instruction, Lifelong Learning, Literacy Education, Models, Nontraditional Students, Partnerships in Education, Refugees, Regional Planning, Rural Education, Science Instruction, Self Concept, Sex Differences, Social Change, Student Characteristics, Teacher Role, Teacher Student Relationship, Theory Practice Relationship, Womens Education, Work Experience Programs
For full text: http://brs.leeds.ac.uk/~beiwww/BEIA/scut99.htlm.
Publication Type: Collected Works - Proceedings
Education Level: N/A
Authoring Institution: Standing Conference on Univ. Teaching and Research in the Education of Adults.
Identifiers - Location: Australia; Belgium; Canada; South Africa; United Kingdom; United States