ERIC Number: ED452417
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 2000-Jun
AERC 2000: An International Conference. Proceedings of the Annual Adult Education Research Conference (41st, Vancouver, Canada, June 2-4, 2000).
Sork, Thomas J., Ed.; Chapman, Valerie-Lee, Ed.; St. Clair, Ralf, Ed.
These proceedings contain 102 papers, 32 roundtables, and 5 symposia. Among the papers are "Weathered by Their Experiences" (Aiken); "Politics of Knowledge and Theory Construction in Adult Education (AE)" (Alfred); "Self-Directed Learning as a Political Act" (Andruske); "All Things Bold and Beautiful" (Armstrong); "Violence Against Women" (Baird); "Learning to Unlearn White Supremacist Consciousness" (Barlas et al.); "Ontology at Work" (Beckett, Morris); "Adult Literacy Classroom as a Social System" (Beder et al.); "Action Research on Documenting Learner Outcomes" (Bingman); "Voices from the Deep" (Boshier); "Contesting Criticality" (Brookfield); "Making Mathematics Come Alive" (Brown, Uhde); "Telling Stories and Creating Participatory Audience" (Butterwick, Selman); "Motivation in AE" (Carre); "Researchers as Co-Learners" (Castleden, Kurszewski); "Women's Development at the Margins" (Clark); "Road Map or Mosaic" (Daley); "One Year After Enrollment in Literacy Programs" (Ebert, Bingman); "Lifelong Learning" (Edwards, Usher); "Interdictions & Benedictions--AIDS Prevention Discourses in Vancouver, Canada" (Egan); "Is the Learning Organization for Real?" (Ellinger et al.); "Women Crafting New Work" (Fenwick, Hutton); "Leadership for Adult and Continuing Education (ACE)" (Fleming, Caffarella); "AE in the End of the Century" (Fragoso, Lucio-Villegas); "Research That Hurts or Research That Helps?" (Gorman); "Feminine Pedagogies and Graduate Adult and Higher Education for Women Students" (Gouthro, Grace); "Modern Practice of Canadian and US Academic AE During the Brief American Century (1945-73)" (Grace); "Extension and Grassroots Educators' Approaches to Participatory Education" (Grudens-Schuck); "Factors Influencing Active Learning in Small Enterprises" (Hawke); "Low-Income African American Women's Cultural Models of Work" (Hayes, Way); "Rethinking Violence and Learning" (Heald, Horsman); "Unpaid Piper Calls the Tune" (Heaney); "Global Consciousness of Human Resource Development and Organization Development Practitioners" (Hill); "Menacing Feminism, Educating Students" (Hill); "Life Situations and Institutional Supports of Women University Students with Family and Job Responsibilities" (Home, Hinds); "Wyrd Questions" (Hunt); "Edge of Empire" (Hunt); "Researching Adult Learners' Reading Histories and Practices" (Jarvis); "Race and AE" (Johnson-Bailey, Cervero); "Towards a Generic Approach to Assessment in ACE" (Jones); "Educational Technology That Transforms" (King); "Mediating Meaning-Making" (Kritskaya, Dirkx); "Comparison of National Education and Training Cultures" (Kuhn); "Critical Autobiography of Moral Learning Across Four Generations of the Woman's Christian Temperance Union" (Lander); "Beyond Transformative Learning" (Lange); "Training and the New Industrial Relations" (Law, Piercy); "Refocusing Faculty Development" (Lawler, King); "Constructing Pedagogic Identities" (Malcolm, Zukas); "Adult Learner-Centered Institutions" (Mancuso); "Reconstituting the Agora" (Martin); "Questioning Research as a Contextual Practice" (McIntyre, Solomon); "Lifelong Learning Goes to the Movies" (Miller); "Ever Widening Gyre" (Milton et al.);"Models of Community Development Practice" (Moore, Hill); "Promise--and Peril--of Web-Based Course Delivery in ACE" (Mott); "Aging and Learning in a Non-Western Culture" (Muhamad, Merriam); "Transformation Toward What End?" (Narushima); "Cultures of Teaching" (Nesbit); "Control, Learning, and Resistance" (Newman); "Lifelong Learning as Metaphor" (Nicoll); "Lessons from Central America" (Nolan); "Cultivating Imagination in AE" (Norman); "Botswana Rural Women's Transition to Urban Small Business Success" (Ntseane); "Role of AE and Skills Training in Promoting Planned Change and Localization" (Odoch); "Postmodern Morality in AE" (Plumb); "'When You Act Like an Adult, I'll Treat You Like One...'" (Pomerantz, Benjamin); "Teaching Perspectives Inventory" (Pratt, Collins); "Making the Curriculum Culturally Relevant" (Preece); "La Tertulia" (Puigvert et al.); "Introducing the Community Development Concept in the Ukraine" (Pyrch); "Beyond Participation and Stereotypes" (Quigley); "Researching the Implementation of Work-Based Learning Within Higher Education" (Reeve, Gallacher); "Research Neoliberal Reforms in Child Protection Agencies" (Reich); "Literacy and Attitudes" (Ribeiro); and "Making Assumptions" (Rocco). (YLB)
Descriptors: Action Research, Adult Education, Adult Learning, Afrocentrism, Basic Skills, Blacks, Canada Natives, Classroom Techniques, Community Development, Educational Change, Educational Research, Educational Technology, English (Second Language), Females, Feminism, Foreign Countries, Global Approach, Graduate Study, Higher Education, Immigrants, Informal Education, Job Training, Labor Force Development, Latin Americans, Learner Controlled Instruction, Lifelong Learning, Literacy Education, Mathematics Education, Nurses, Nursing Education, Older Adults, Popular Education, Professional Continuing Education, Professional Development, Research and Development, Sustainable Development, Teacher Attitudes, Teacher Student Relationship, Teaching Methods, Theory Practice Relationship, Whites, Workplace Literacy
Department of Educational Studies, The University of British Columbia, 2125 Main Mall, Vancouver, BC V6T 1Z4, Canada ($50 Canadian). For full text: http://www.edst.educ.ubc.ca/aerc/2000/ab2000.htm.
Publication Type: Collected Works - Proceedings
Education Level: N/A
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Note: For 1997, 1998, and 1999 AERC proceedings, see ED 409 460, ED 426 247, and ED 431 901.