Adult learning principles and their application to program planning

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Author: Brundage, Donald H.; MacKeracher, Dorothy

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Ontario. Ministry of Education; Ontario Institute for Studies in Education. Department of Adult Education

Abstract:

This report deals with adult learning principles which were developed through an analysis of the literature in adult education and related fields. These learning principles were then applied to the planning of adult learning programs in general and to the retraining and ongoing professional development of teachers in particular.

Subjects: Adult and community education; Workforce development; Teaching and learning; Providers of education and training

Keywords: Adult education; Professional development; Adult learning; Retraining; Teacher training; Teachers

Published: Toronto, Ontario: Minister of Education, 1980

Physical description: viii, 126 p.

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Statement of responsibility: Donald H. Brundage, Dorothy MacKeracher

Resource type: Report

Document number: TD/TNC 87.1143

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