Understanding and Promoting Transformative Learning: A Guide for Educators of Adults

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Wiley, Oct 4, 1994 - Education - 272 pages
4 Reviews
Perceptive, provocative, and lucid...Patricia Cranton's clear and careful analysis and her down-to-earth examples of transformative learning concepts move my work significantly closer to the practitioner. Highly recommAnded!
--Jack Mezirow, professor emeritus of adult education, Teachers College, Columbia University

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I think this book inspired me more than anything has in a long time. It made me think and made me change the way I teach. The book is interesting and informative, and still it contains great depth and ... Read full review

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User Review  - Penny - Goodreads

A required reading for an unfortunate choice of courses on my part. This is a long repetitive book that I will endeavor to forget as soon as this blasted course is over. Read full review

Contents

The Many Dimensions of Adult Learning
3
Understanding Transformative Learning
22
The Theoretical Context of Transformative
43
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About the author (1994)

PATRICIA CRANTON is professor of education and director of instructional development at Brock University in Ontario, Canada. She is the author of Planning Instruction for Adult Learners and Working with Adult Learners.

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