Five Perspectives on Teaching in Adult and Higher Education
This work is derived from several years studying the teaching of adults in Asia and North America. It presents five different perspectives on teaching adults. Each perspective is described as a set of actions, intentions and beliefs, and then illustrated within contexts of adult education practice.
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A General Model of Teaching
Actions Intentions and Beliefs
Introduction to Five
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actions activities adult education andragogy answers Apprenticeship Perspective approach to learning asked aspects of teaching assessment assignments belief structures bridging knowledge challenge Chapter cognitive Cognitive apprenticeship commitment community of practice complex concepts content area course cultural curriculum deep approach develop Developmental Perspective discussion dominant relationship effective teaching epistemology Ethnomathematics evaluating teaching example experience expertise extrinsic motivation focus Frankenstein goals helping learners higher education ideal important individual innumeracy instructor intentions knowl learner autonomy lecture math mathematics education means ment Model of Teaching novices nurturing educators Nurturing Perspective objectives objectivism observations one's perspectives on teaching practice Pratt presented Principle prior knowledge problems questions radical educators reflect relationship responsibility schemas self-efficacy sense situated learning situations skills spective surface approach taught teachers teaching and learning techniques thinking tion tive Transmission Perspective transmission teaching understanding values view of teaching