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ERIC Number: ED445203
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 2000-Sep-27
Pages: 259
Abstractor: N/A
Honoring Our Roots and Branches...Our History and Future. Proceedings of the Annual Midwest Research to Practice Conference in Adult, Continuing, and Community Education (19th, Madison, Wisconsin, September 27-29, 2000).
Glowacki-Dudka, Michelle, Ed.
These proceedings consist of 44 presentations in these categories: distance education and evaluation; community issues and research; multicultural issues and research; teaching and learning; research methods; and organizational development. The papers are "Philosophical Foundations of Andragogy and Self-Directed Learning" (Alfred); "Adult Learners' Perception of Their Life Development in Relation to Their Perception to Their Current Experience in an Educational Program" (Alsanat); "Stories We Should Tell: Strengthening the Epistemology of Adult Education" (Austin); "Power Equity for the Under-Represented" (Aman, Bangura); "Midwest Adult Education Research Methodologies" (Barrett, Ahmed); "Insights on Technology Adoption in Higher Education" (Bielema, Bechtoldt); "Toward an Analysis of Adult Experience" (Bohn); "Connecting Trails: Collaborative Inquiry as Research Methodology" (Charaniya, Walsh); "Adult Learning and Play" (Cooper); "Invitation to a Conversation: Process and Promise of Phenomenology" (Cooper, Gibson, Hanes, Sundre); "Training Young Adults in International Settings" (Crave); "Embracing Outreach and Scholarship as a Valued Part of Faculty Work" (Pickrell, Greunewald, Kniep, Maier, Olson, Winnett); "Debunking the Burning Bush Myth: Recovering Everyday Experience in Transformative Learning" (Dirkx); "Self-Guided Action Science Inquiry Among a Small Group of Adult Learners" (Folkman); "Participatory Self-Assessment Strategy for Milwaukee's 21st Century Community Learning Centers Initiative" (Folkman, Stuckert, Bryonkala, Thorshein, Protz, Cayan);"Identifying the Needs of Adult Women in Distance Learning Programs" (Furst-Bowe, Dittmann); "Strategies for Interorganizational Collaboration Between Public, Private, and Nonprofit Sectors" (Glowacki-Dudka); "Good, the Bad, and the Struggling: Beliefs About Student Preparedness Among Teachers in an Adult Learner College" (Gray, Dirkx); "When Do Traditional Undergraduate Students Become Adults?" (Halbrader, Glowacki-Dudka); "Democracy for All? Listening to Haiti's Voices" (Hansman, Graf); "How a Study of Hispanic Women's Perceptions of Their Academic Experiences in Wisconsin Helps Women's Learning in Nicaragua" (Harvey); "Toward an Inventory and Assessment of Higher Education's Engagement with the Communities It Serves" (Hatala, Sandmann); and "Identifying Cultural Models as a Way to Link Theory and Practice in Adult Education" (Hayes, Way). Other presentations are "Affect and Emancipation" (Huber, Cale);"For the Common Good: Learning and Collaboration" (Imel, Zengler); "Sustaining Passion in the Nonprofit Sector" (Kovan); "Baby Boomers Second Half of Life" (Kreitlow); "Open and Distance Education in Asia" (Latchem); "Qualitative Study of Adult Participants Engaged in Third Age Learning Programs" (Murk, Garofolo, Skinner, Barrett); "Research Study to Discover Temperament Types, Communication Styles, and Learning Styles of Adult Learners in Nontraditional and Online Learning Environments" (Moeller); "Interconnection Between Poverty and Adult Literacy in Botswana" (Raditloaneng); "Promoting Popular Education and Community Development in Milwaukee's Community-Based Agencies" (Rai, Auncion, Vang); "Volunteer Mentors as Aids in Transitions to Success for Adolescents at Risk" (Robinson); "Age and Human Resource Development Policy Development" (Rocco, Stein, Lee); "Learning-to-Learn-to-Live Through Struggle" (Rogers, Cunningham); "Web-Based Instruction for Adult Educators--Hi-Touch Versus Hi-Tech" (Skulk); "Applied Research in the Context of Community Partnerships" (Statham, Mason, Letven); "M[at]ryoshki in Two Worlds" (Sundre); "Community College Outreach Division in Transition" (Sykes, Wasielewski); "Review of All Publication Activity of the Adult Education Quarterly from 1989-99" (Taylor); "Addressing the Adult Education Needs of the Latino Community" (Tisdell, Sanabria); "Role of Culture and Spirituality in Teaching for Social Change in Adult Higher Education Classes" (Tisdell, Tolliver); "Re-establishing a Sense of Place" (Woodhouse); and "Evaluation of Service Quality for the University of Wisconsin Milwaukee Testing Center" (Westfall, Zahn). (YLB)
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Publication Type: Collected Works - Proceedings; Opinion Papers; Reports - Research
Education Level: N/A
Audience: Practitioners; Researchers
Language: English
Sponsor: N/A
Authoring Institution: N/A
Identifiers - Location: Asia; Botswana; Haiti; Nicaragua; Wisconsin (Milwaukee)