Understanding and Promoting Transformative Learning: A Guide for Educators of Adults
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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The Many Dimensions of Adult Learning
Understanding Transformative Learning
The Theoretical Context of Transformative
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