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Educational Methods

1989

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Designing Learning For Adults, John A. Henschke Edd Apr 1989

Designing Learning For Adults, John A. Henschke Edd

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Use Of Appropriate Learning Techniques For Teaching Adult Residents In A Correctional Setting, John A. Henschke Edd Jan 1989

Use Of Appropriate Learning Techniques For Teaching Adult Residents In A Correctional Setting, John A. Henschke Edd

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There is a high degree of educational need in a correctional setting. In one states, 60% of the total number incarcerated are unable to read and write. The increase of that population is of some concern. In 1925, state and federal prisons held 79 people per one-hundred thousand inmates, and in 1985 the number had risen to 201 per one-hundred thousand. If adult education has as one of its goals a contribution toward enhancing the quality of individual lives and society in general, then the way in which correctional residents are taught is important. During the 1989 winter semester, a ...


Evaluation Of The In-Service Education Ordinance And Programs For Industrial Vocational Teacher In The Republic Of China, John A. Henschke Edd Jan 1989

Evaluation Of The In-Service Education Ordinance And Programs For Industrial Vocational Teacher In The Republic Of China, John A. Henschke Edd

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This study inquires the attitude of administrators and teachers in the republic of China industrial vocational school toward Inservice Education Ordinance enacted in 1985. It also recommended that adult learning theories and strategies be adapted for implementing inservice education for industrial vocational teachers.


Identifying Appropriate Adult Educator Practice: Beliefs, Feelings And Behaviors, John A. Henschke Edd Jan 1989

Identifying Appropriate Adult Educator Practice: Beliefs, Feelings And Behaviors, John A. Henschke Edd

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The literature of adult education provides a broad spectrum of characteristics necessary for adult educators to practice in this emerging field. It was the purpose of this study to take some major steps toward developing an assessment instrument indicating the beliefs, feelings and behaviors adult educators need to possess. The instrument emphasizes the teacher's personal and contextual identification, actions and competencies in the classroom, and philosophical beliefs for guiding practice. Two major groups totaling six hundred adult educators were used to test and refine the instrument: faculty in an Adult Basic Education/General Education Development/English as a Second ...