Learning in Adulthood: A Comprehensive Guide
An essential volume in adult education.
Bringing together the seminal works of Malcolm Knowles, K. Patricia Cross, J. Roby Kidd, and others--as well as the most recent adult learning theories and research--this book provides a comprehensive overview of all that is known about adult learning.
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Review: Learning in Adulthood: A Comprehensive GuideUser Review - Queen - Goodreads
It's a dense read and nonfiction is a slower pace for me. Lots of information on theories in adult education with relevancy to modern society and culture. I appreciated it more when I was able to apply it to the interviews and essays that I wrote for my graduate class at ECU. Read full review
Review: Learning in Adulthood: A Comprehensive GuideUser Review - Roxi Kringle - Goodreads
I keep this book on my desk and refer it frequently. I like the summaries of the different learning theories and the critique of each theory. Read full review
Social and Cultural Influences
Learning in Formal Settings
Learning as a SelfDirected Activity
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