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The End of Adult Education? The Formalization of Nonformal University Extension and Union Education.
(Simon Fraser University, Harbour Centre, 1994)
Abstract: This paper examines the circumstances that precipitated a shift from liberal, social purpose to vocational adult education in the UK. To the voices of those in the UK who warn of the potentially dire social ...
How a FIRM (Flexibility, Innovation, Robustness, and Maturity)Argument for FOSS (Free and Open Source Software) Can Displace FUD (Fear, Uncertainty, and Doubt)
(In the Proceedings of the Open Source Software for Europe Conference, 2005)
The Teaching Imaginary: Collective Identity in a Post-Prefixed Age
(Greenwood Publishing Group, 2002)
Every society up to now has attempted to give an answer to a few fundamental questions: Who are we as a collectivity? What are we for one another? Where and in what are we? What do we want; what do we desire; what are ...
From Learning to Credential
(Annual Conference of the Canadian Association for the Study of Adult Education, 1999)
Emancipation Through the Acquisition of Basic Skills: A Curriculum-Planning Process for Marginalized Adults
(University of Saskatchewan, 1992)
Abstract: This paper discusses the development of a curriculum planningprocess that can be employed with marginalized adult-learners. The model incorporates a range of basic "skills" identified by marginalized adults ...
Computer Networks and Labour Education
(Canadian Association for the Study of Adult Education, Learned Societies, 1997)
Born of Different Visions: Labour Education in Canada and the US
(learned societies, 1995)
Decentring the "Self" in Adult Education Practice
(University of South Florida, 1996)
The Modern Practice of Adult Education: A Postmodern Critique
(Albany State University of New York Press, 1996)
Teaching & Research: Learning's Twin Poles
(2nd Canadian Summit on the Integration of Research, Teaching and Learning, 2006)
One reason I wanted to be here today is because I have a nagging concern about the drive to incorporate research more explicitly into teaching. It’s reminiscent of the drive for "quality" education in schools, which ...