Adult Learning

Articles from Vol. 29, No. 1, February

Facilitating International Chinese Students' Transformation in an Online Course
Differences in culture and educational format present challenges in teaching international students. The technology in online courses often further increases these challenges. I am an international faculty member at a regional university in the southern...
Mindfulness and Transformation in a College Classroom
Abstract: Community college classrooms afford students from a variety of backgrounds the possibility to engage and inform one another with respect to their unique perspectives and life experiences. Unfortunately, in many of these situations, students...
President's Address: AAACE 2017
I believe that adult educators are needed now more than ever. Why? We live in rapidly changing times. My Macbook Pro laptop has a solid-state drive and 250 gigs of memory. It is fast, portable, and state of the art! But ... My iPhone 7 actually...
Ross-Gordon, J., Rose, A. D., & Kasworm, C. E. (2017). Foundations of Adult and Continuing Education
Ross-Gordon, J., Rose, A. D., & Kasworm, C. E. (2017). Foundations of Adult and Continuing Education. San Francisco, CA: Jossey-Bass. 432 pp. ISBN 978-1118955093 (hardcover) Foundations of Adult and Continuing Education is written by three well-known...
Schmidt, S. W., & Yelich Biniecki, S. M. (2016). Organization and Administration of Adult Education Programs: A Guide for Practitioners
Schmidt, S. W., & Yelich Biniecki, S. M. (2016). Organization and Administration of Adult Education Programs: A Guide for Practitioners. Charlotte, NC: Information Age Publishing. 263 pp. $45.99, ISBN 978-1681236353 (paperback) There are major...
Universal Design for Learning: Guidelines for Accessible Online Instruction
Abstract: Universal Design for Learning (UDL) is a framework for the teaching-learning transaction that conceptualizes knowledge through learner-centered foci emphasizing accessibility, collaboration, and community. Given the importance of access to...
Using Biographical Prompts to Build Community in an Online Graduate Course: An Adult Learning Perspective
Abstract: Adult learners are taking advantage of the availability and convenience of online education. Mature learners in online higher education classrooms bring a wealth of experience filtered through cultural, generational, and socioeconomical differences....
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