Learning at the Back Door Reflections on Non-Traditional Learning in the Lifespan

Front Cover
IAP, 2009 - Education - 290 pages
0 Reviews
Wedemeyer stresses that learning is a natural idiosyncratic, and continually renewable human trait and survival resource. It is not dependent upon teaching, schooling, or special environments, although-properly used-these resources enhance learning. There is a powerful subculture of independent learners who are responsible for much of the real progress that has been made in most areas on endeavor. This book attempts to explain this kind of learning and relate it to schooling, suggesting ways in which all learning-whether traditional or non-traditional-can be encouraged and improved through new kinds of educational institutions and processes.
 

What people are saying - Write a review

We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.

Contents

VII
3
VIII
18
IX
32
X
45
XI
47
XII
60
XIII
74
XIV
93
XVII
132
XVIII
159
XIX
161
XX
180
XXI
199
XXII
223
XXIII
243
XXIV
251

XV
95
XVI
116

Other editions - View all

Common terms and phrases

Bibliographic information