Adult Learners, Adult Education and the Community
Open University Press, 1983 - 229 pages
Adults are continually learning outside of conventional education frameworks, acquiring new skills and knowledge in a range of community settings, Stephen Brookfield explores the extent and quality of this informal independent learning and the ways in which adult educators can work with independent adult learners to support and enhance their learning.
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The Adult Learning Iceberg
The concept of community the neighbourhood community
munity schools and village colleges contemporary community
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