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OVERVIEW The Meaning of "Grown-up" Adult Learning Adult Education Components of Adult Education Providers of Adult Education Professional Associations Resources in Adult Education

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The Meaning of "Grown-up" 1. Social and social premise 2. Naturally characterized 3. Mental development or social parts 4. Development

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ADULT LEARNING Adult learning is a psychological procedure inside to the learner; it is the thing that the learner does in an instructing learning exchange, instead of what the teachers does. Merriam & Brockett, 1997

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DEFINITION OF ADULT EDUCATION Adult instruction is a procedure whereby people whose significant social parts are normal for grown-up status embrace orderly and supported learning exercises with the end goal of achieving changes in information, demeanors, qualities, or abilities. Darkenwald & Merriam (1982)

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COMPONENTS OF ADULT EDUCATION Foundations of Adult Education Organization and Delivery of Adult Ed. Arranging Educational Programs for Adults Administering Adult Education Program Designing the Learning Environment The Adult Learner Adult Development & Learning Characteristics of the Adult Learner The Learning Process The Learning Transaction with Adults

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Foundations of Adult Education Terminology, key terms, definitions, and so forth. Verifiable development of grown-up instruction Purposes of grown-up training Philosophical points of view Providers of grown-up training Key assets: diaries, sites, affiliations, focuses, and so forth. Issues in grown-up instruction Global perspective of grown-up training

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Philosophical Perspectives Why we do what we do! Familiarity with hidden qualities and presumptions Relates to hypotheses of learning and showing strategies Facilitates correspondence Aids in moral and good issues

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Philosophical Approaches Not methods of insight however drawn from them Liberal and Progressive Perspectives Behaviorist-Humanist Critical Theory

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PROVIDERS OF ADULT ED. I. Completely or mostly assess bolstered organizations and foundations II. Non-benefit, self-supporting organizations and establishments. III. Revenue driven suppliers IV. Nonorganized learning open doors

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Fully or Partially Tax-Supported Agencies and Institutions Public school grown-up instruction Four-year schools and colleges Community and specialized universities Cooperative Extension Armed powers Correctional organizations Libraries and galleries State and government open grown-up ed. programs

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Non-Profit Self-Supporting Agencies and Institutions Religious foundations Health Institutions Community-based offices Service clubs Voluntary associations Professional associations Worker instruction programs National grown-up training clearinghouses and meeting suppliers

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For-Profit Providers Correspondence school Proprietary schools Private coaches For-benefit, degree giving universities Consultant and workshop suppliers On-line information base administrations Publishers of how-to-books, tapes, and sound tapes

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For-Profit Providers (cont.) Computer and programming distributers Business and industry supported projects Business and industry human asset improvement programs Conference focuses

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Non-Organized Learning Opportunities Television seeing and different broad communications Work setting Family Travel Recreational and relaxation time exercises

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Where Learning Occurs FORMAL INSTITUTIONAL SETTINGS Serve the instructive needs of grown-ups and serve the instructive needs of youth additionally serve grown-ups as an optional capacity NONFORMAL SETTINGS Serve the instructive needs of grown-ups outside formal instructive organizations. Incorporates people group based and indigenous learning INFORMAL OR SELF-DIRECTED CONTEXTS Self- - coordinated realizing which for the most part happens in learner\'s common setting and is essentially completed by learners themselves.

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Formal Institutional Settings Independent grown-up instruction associations Laubach Literacy International, Highlander Center for Research and Education Educational establishments NC junior colleges, Cooperative Extension Service, British Open University Quasi-instructive associations Libraries, galleries, broad communications, group associations, religious and municipal association (training of general society is a necessary piece of their capacity) Noneducational associations Government offices, military, unions, restorative foundations (training is not essential capacity but rather a way to some end)

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Professional Associations NATIONAL American Association of Adult & Continuing Education American Society for Training & Development STATE or REGIONAL North Carolina Adult Education Association Piedmont Chapter American Society for Training & Dev. Worldwide International Council for Adult Education

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Related Professional Associations American Association of Community & Junior Colleges National University Continuing Education Association International Association for Experiential Learning

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Resources on Adult Education Journals, Periodicals, Newsletters Adult Education Quarterly Adult Learning Adult & Continuing Ed. Today Adult Learning Adult Basic Education International Journal of Lifelong Education Journal of Continuing Higher Education New Horizons in Adult Education (Electronic diary) Studies in the Education of Adults Training and Development Journal Training/HRD

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