Adult Learning : A Comprehensive International Survey
By: Hall, B. L.
Contributor(s): Kidd, J. R.Material type: TextSeries: eBooks on Demand.Publisher: Burlington : Elsevier Science, 2014Description: 1 online resource (347 p.).ISBN: 9781483149738.Subject(s): Adult education -- CongressesGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Adult Learning: A Design for ActionDDC classification: 374 Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
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Front Cover; Adult Learning: A Design for Action: A Comprehenswe International Survey; Copyright Page; Table of Contents; Preface and Acknowledgements; Chapter 1. An Urgency: Adult Education in and for Development; Part I: Restructuring Adult Education; Chaper 2. INTRODUCTION; Chapter 3. ""Development is for Man, by Man, and of Man"": The Declaration of Dar es Salaam; Changes and Adult Education; The Scope of Adult Education; The Methods of Adult Education; The Organization of Adult Education; Chapter 4. Expanded Concepts of Development for Action; Search for New Development Models
Sovereignty and Self-relianceEducational Reconstruction; Women as Agents of Development; Chapter 5. Implications of a New International Economic Order; Facts to be Recognized by Industrialized Countries; Facts Developing Countries Must Recognize; Simultaneous and Parallel Process; Identifying the New Economic Order; Questions to be Answered; Science and Technology: A Service of All; Chapter 6. The People's Involvement in Development; Chapter 7. Education and Equality: A Vision Unfulfilled; THE EDUCATION CRISIS: THREE MAJOR TRENDS; EDUCATIONAL REFORM AND SOCIAL CHANGE
LIBERATION EDUCATION: ITS ROLE AND LIMITATIONSSTRATEGIES FOR EDUCATIONAL REFORM; IMPLICATIONS FOR EDUCATIONAL PLANNING; Chapter 8. Structures and Development; INTERNATIONAL STRUCTURES; NATIONAL STRUCTURES; REFERENCES; Part II: Case Studies; Chapter 9. INTRODUCTION; Chapter 10. Member States of the Arab League; Battle Against Illiteracy; Three Types of Experiments; Adult Education Activities; International Organizations; Arab Organizations; Chapter 11. Guinea Bissau; The Colonial System; Basic Education; Preliminary Education; Secondary Education; Technical Education
The Actual Education System at the Time of LiberationWhere to Begin?; What Has Been Done; Achievements; Chapter 12. Hungary; Workers' Schools; Recent Developments in Further Training; Extra-Curricular Education; Active Role of Trade Unions; Future Directions; Chapter 13. Indonesia; ADULT EDUCATION BY THE DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION AND CULTURE; ADULT EDUCATION BY OTHER DEPARTMENTS; ADULT EDUCATION AND NATION BUILDING; Chapter 14. Mozambique; Education in Mozambique; Pre-Independence Literacy Activities; Transitional Phase; Administration of Literacy Activities; Present Tasks
Literacy and Adult Education in Communal VillagesChapter 15. Vietnam; LITERACY TRAINING AND REVOLUTION: THE VIETNAMESE EXPERIENCE; Part III: Issues for Development; Chapter 16. INTRODUCTION; Chapter 17. Agricultural Extension and Development; Conclusion; References; Chapter 18. Breaking the Monopoly of Knowledge: Research Methods, Participation and Development; Background; What are the Weaknesses of the Most Commonly Used Research Methods?; Alternative Strategies; Participatory Research; Conclusion; REFERENCES; Chapter 19. Adult Learners within their Cultural Setting:Research for Development
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Adult Learning: A Design for Action: A Comprehensive International Survey contains the proceedings of the International Conference on Adult Education and Development held in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania, in June 1976, under the auspices of the International Council for Adult Education. The papers explore ideas and actions for carrying out a design for development that recognizes the centrality of adult education and of the participation of the people in development decisions. This book consists of 29 chapters and begins with a discussion on the role of adult education in development as well as exp
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