ERIC Number: ED471200
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1999-Jun
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Passion and Politics: 99 Years of Adult Education. Proceedings of the Annual Conference of the Canadian Association for the Study of Adult Education (18th, Montreal, Canada, June 10-12, 1999) = Passion et Politique: 99 Ans d'Education des Adultes. Actes Annuel de L'Association Canadienne pour L'Etude de L'Education des Adultes (18e, Montreal, Canada, 10-12 Juin, 1999).
Hrimech, Mohamed, Ed.
This document contains 35 papers and 4 symposia/poster sessions presented at a Canadian conference on the study of adult education. The following papers are among those included: "Adult Education on the Internet: New Dawn Breaking or Sky Falling?" (Archer); "'Shapeshifting': Negotiating Identity in First Nations Adult Education" (Atleo, Atleo); "Beginning to Unravel Our Conceptions of Reflective Practice: Reflecting On A Definition of Reflective Practice" (Benjamin et al.); "A Critical History of National Adult Literacy Policy in Tanzania and Recent Canadian Project Experience" (Blunt); "The Impossible Issue of Professionalization for Adult Educators in Quebec" (Bouchard); "Identities and The Changing Community College Landscape" (Brewer); "The Sound of Clashing Cultures: Coordinating External Training In An Academic Department" (Church, Foth); "Lost in Space: Reinventing Ourselves as Learners on The New Frontier" (Conrad); "Spiritual Possibilities of Informal Learning" (English); "Experiential Learning Revisited" (Brillinger); "Good Work! Redefining Academic Values From a Critical Feminist Perspective" (Gouthro); "Canadian and US Academic Adult Education (1917-1970)" (Grace); "Experiential Learning: Who Benefits Who Loses?" (Grosjean); "Social Movements and Professional Cadre: The Formation Of An Aboriginal Teacher Education Program" (Hesch); "'But I'm Not A Therapist': The Challenge of Creating Effective Literarcy Learning For Survivors of Trauma" (Horsman); "Knowledge Construction In The Virtual Classroom" (Kanuka, Kreber); "Response-ability For Writing Research That Honors Practitioners' Ways of Knowing" (Lander); "Can We Design Culturally Sensitive Interactive Distance Education? Maybe" (Lauzon); "Reducing Communicative Distortion in the Cyber-Learning Paradigm" (Petlock); "Mapping the Fault Line: The Rise of Professionalization and the Fall of Social Policy in North American Adult Education" (Quigley); "A Framework for a Cultural Materialist Approach to Adult Learning" (Sawchuk); "Public and Private Relationships for Adult Educators" (Scott); "From Learning to Credential: PLAR (Prior Learning Assessment and Recognition)" (Spencer et al.); "It Takes Two to Tango: Defining the Century as a Discourse Between Learning and Education" (Thomas); "A New Initiative for Continuing Professional Development" (Wright, Einsiedel, Jr.). Most papers contain author abstracts in both English and French. (AJ)
Descriptors: Academic Education, Action Research, Adult Education, Adult Educators, Adult Learning, Adult Programs, Canada Natives, Classroom Environment, Community Colleges, Community Education, Comprehension, Computer Networks, Computer Uses in Education, Continuing Education, Daily Living Skills, Diversity (Student), Economic Factors, Educational Practices, Educational Research, Females, Feminist Criticism, Foreign Countries, Health, Higher Education, Informal Education, Internet, Literacy Education, Mentors, Noncredit Courses, Nonschool Educational Programs, Nursing Education, Political Socialization, Professional Development, Professional Recognition, Reflective Teaching, Research Methodology, Retraining, Self Concept, Social Environment, Spirituality, Teacher Education, Theory Practice Relationship, Time Sharing, Universities
CASAE/ACEEA Secretariate, Universite Concordia, 1455 de Maisonneuve Ouest, LB-579, Montreal, Quebec H3G 1M8, Canada ($30 Canadian). E-mail: email@example.com. For full text of some papers: http://www.oise.utoronto.ca/CASAE/cnf99/procee99.html.
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Identifiers - Location: Canada; North America; Tanzania; United States